My current research considers how re-centering relationality may help us to theorize intimate platonic relationalities as alternative political alliances, or other avenues to resist white coloniality and imagine queer possibilities.
Critical Asexualities and Sexualities Studies · Critical Intimacies Studies · Feminist and Queer Theory · Asian North American Studies · Pilipinx Studies · Critical Race Studies · Anti-Oppression Pedagogies · Cultural Studies · Digital Media Studies · Digital Humanities · Networked Studies · Digital Ethics ·
Kenney, Theresa N. “Ingat Ka Ha?” in E-Zine 3: Translate Me Not: New Filipin/x Writing and Art, decomp Journal, no. 3, UBC, 2021, decompjournal.com/t-kenney-ingat
Kenney, Theresa N. “Thinking Asexually: Sapin-Sapin, Asexual Assemblages, and the Queer Possibilities of Platonic Relationalities.” Feminist Formations, vol. 32 no. 3, 2020, p. 1-23. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/ff.2020.0038.
Graduate Resident in Digital Scholarship, Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship, McMaster University, Oct 2020 – May 2021.
Web Assistant and Research Assistant, Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University, Jan 2020 – Sept 2021.
Project Manager, Augmented Criticism Lab (ACL), Department of English, University of Calgary, Jun 2015 – April 2016. Funded by a SSHRCInsight Development Grant.
Research Assistant, Arts Interdisciplinary Programs, University of Calgary, Sept 2014 – Jan 2016.
Research Assistant, Augmented Criticism Lab (ACL), Department of English, University of Calgary, May 2014 – June 2015 (funded by a SSHRC Insight Development Grant)