Diasporic Solidarities CFP Out Now

The upcoming Diasporic Solidarities: Islands, Intimacies, and Imagining Otherwise conference is now accepting proposals for the 2022 John Douglas Taylor Conference in June 2022. As a co-organizer,…

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Ingat Ka Ha?

My most recent mixed media piece has been published in decomp journal’s latest e-zine (#3) Translate Me Not: New Filipin/x Writing and Art. My art practice lately…

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Reflections on Canada Day

On July 1st, I was asked to join several other McMaster scholars and university leaders to share a reflection on so-called Canada Day. Read my reflection here.

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Commitments to Community

In May 2021, Aisha Wilks, Dr. Rodrigo Narro Perez, and I co-organized a public panel called “Commitments to Community” featuring Dr. Shawn Hercules, Dr. Eugenia Zuroski, Dr.…

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FICARS

At the beginning of 2021, I joined four other Filipino Canadian researchers in co-founding and co-steering Filipinos in Canada – Academics, Researchers, and Scholars (FICARS). Find out…

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Thinking Asexually

My latest publication, “Thinking Asexually: Sapin-Sapin, Asexual Assemblages, and the Queer Possibilities of Platonic Relationalities” is now out in the winter 2020 issue of Feminist Formations. Read…

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RESIST: BIPOC Working Group

In 2019, Aisha Wilks and I co-created RESIST: BIPOC Working Group. This two-year SPICES funded project is a monthly working group for students of colour to discuss…

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Asexuality at Congress 2018

Ela Przybylo and I collaborated on bringing two panels to Congress 2018: Panel 1: “Thinking Lordean Erotics In Conversation with Asexuality, Black Feminist Science, and Sovereign Erotics,”…

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