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 Macleod_Janine

Macleod, Janine

  • B.A. Humanistic Studies (McGill University)
  • M.E.S. Faculty of Environmental Studies (York University)


Program

Towards Memory and Affect in the Hydrocommons: The Ecocultural Politics of Canadian Waters

Year Entered: 2008

Comprehensive Areas

  • Critical theory and environmental media studies
  • Ecocritical methodologies
  • The (hydro)commons and the common world

Advisory Comittee

  • Cate Sandilands (Chair)
  • Peter van Wyck (Concordia)
  • Stefan Kipfer

Publications

  • MacLeod, J. 2007. "Las culturas en solucion" ("Culture in Solution"), trans. Dr. Saul Cano, in Hydros. Mexico City: Landucci S.A. de C.V., 14 pages
  • MacLeod, J. 2007. "Escrito en al agua o breve historia de la persistenica quimica" ("Writing on Water, or, A Brief History of Chemical Persistence"), trans. Dr. Saul Cano, in Hydros. Mexico City: Landucci S.A. de C.V., 12 pages
  • MacLeod, J. 2007. "Forgotten, But Not Gone: Can the Conservatives' new plan solve the long-neglected problem of chemical pollution?" The Walrus. 4 (3), April: 34-37
  • MacLeod, J. 2001. "Natural Gas, Global Warming and the Georgia Strait Crossing Project," The Columbia Journal, 6(1), March: 5

Teaching Experience

  • 2008-2009 Teaching Assistant, ENVS 1200 – Taking Action: Engaging People and the Environment, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University
  • 2004-2005 Teaching Assistant, ENVS 1000 – Perspectives in Environmental Studies, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University

Paper Presentations

  • 2009 Water, Memory, Chemical Persistence: Walter Benjamin and the Aqueo-Temporalities of Advanced Capitalism, Environmental Studies Association of Canada, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa
  • 2005 Culture in Solution: Mythical and Contemporary Interpenetrations of Water and Mind, 4th International Water History Association Conference - Water and Civilization, Paris, France# 2008-2009 Teaching Assistant, ENVS 1200 – Taking Action: Engaging People and the Environment, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University