I was interviewed earlier in October for the History Forward podcast by host Dr Rachel Kulick,.
The online journal of Nico Mara-McKay.
Journalist Mel Woods recent published an article with Xtra that looks at the disparities in trans healthcare across Canada.
There are a number of great lists of queer books and articles that focus on the Middle Ages, but I couldn’t find anything that specifically centred medieval trans and translike figures, so I decided to create one.
This fall I’ve begun my PhD in History at the University of Toronto, where I specialize in Medieval history. I learned so much during my master’s, and I’m excited to continue and extend that as I advance my study of nonnormative genders in western Medieval Europe. I’m particularly interested in humoural theory and the medicalization of gendered
Yesterday, I defended my paper, “Questions of Categorization,” at the University of Guelph.
The University of Guelph is playing host to a nine of medieval manuscripts and texts on loan from Les Enluminures, a rare book firm out of Chicago as a part of Manuscripts in the Curricula. There are several classes involved with the project, including several undergraduate classes, and a group of graduate students, which is how I’m