Caleb Bailey is a PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham. His research focuses on North American borders and aims to develop a comparative framework in which the U.S. does not maintain ideological privilege in theoretical approaches to and cultural depictions of its borders with both Canada and Mexico. He holds a BA in Film and Television Studies and an MA in Humanities by Research.

Review of Culture and the Canada-U.S. Border 2014 Conference

Convening on a sun-drenched weekend amid the wonderful surroundings of University Park Campus, the third Culture and the Canada-U.S. Border conference met to discuss the broad theme of ‘Cultural Crossings’, interrogating production, consumption, and reception across the 49th parallel; that real-and-imagined international boundary that lies between the United States and Canada. Continue reading