Annika Rosanowski is a PhD student in the department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. She is interested in North American genre fiction of the 20th and 21st century. More specifically, her doctoral work examines post-millennial dystopian fiction from a feminist perspective.

Review: ‘Homeland Insecurities’, the Canadian Association for American Studies Annual Conference

Thinking of the Patriot Act, the extrajudicial killing of Black people by American police, or Donald Trump’s demand for a border wall, anxiety appears to permeate American society. With this in mind, the annual Canadian Association of American Studies conference could not have come together under a better heading than ‘Homeland Insecurities’. Continue reading