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OmiSoore H. Dryden is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in the Department of Sociology and Equity Studies at OISE and the Collaborative Program in Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. Her dissertation employs queer diasporic analysis to interrogate Canadian homonationalism through the sites of blood and blood donation. Her work has appeared in Women & Environments International Magazine (2009) and Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal (2010) and she has a forthcoming chapter in the book, Ruptures: Anti-Colonial & Anti-Racist Feminist Theorizing (2012). Prior to her PhD studies, OmiSoore worked in the areas of anti]racism and sexual diversity as a private consultant and as a senior staff administrator at York University (93-04) and the University of British Columbia (04-06).
Suzanne Lenon is Assistant Professor in the Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Lethbridge. Her research and teaching interests focus on critical race feminisms; law, gender and sexuality; and politics of nationalism, multiculturalism and queer rights. Her work has appeared in Canadian Journal of Women & the Law (2005), darkmatter (2008), and Social Identities (2011); she has articles forthcoming (2012) in the Journal of Intercultural Studies as well as Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal. Suzanne was a guest editorial board member for the issue 'Women and Canadian Multiculturalism' published by Canadian Woman Studies (2009).
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