Thank you for taking the time to visit my web site! I’m delighted to share some recent events which I helped to bring to Brock University:

The 33rd Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Visual Methods and Visual Ethnographies was held at Brock University, May 11-13, 2016.

Stay tuned for CFPs for papers and for more updates on the conference.

October 15-16, 2015: I recently co-hosted (with postdoctoral fellows Robyn Lee, Lindsey McKay, and Alana Cattapan), the Consuming Intimacies Symposium at Brock University. Funded by the Brock Social Justice Research Institute.

For information on symposium follow-up, forthcoming publications, and related events and CFPS, check out the project web site.


welcome page Painting by Christine Martell (When Science and Art Dance).

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Jacqui GingrasNo Gravatar January 30, 2016 at 6:49 pm

Dear Dr. Doucet,
I wanted to thank you for your recent talk in Toronto on Friday. I found it most inspiring. For my PhD ten years ago, I wrote a story (an auto ethnographic fiction) about dietitians and their professional becoming. I did borrow from Butler when I believed that if we were to shift the discourse around becoming a food and nutrition professional, we would shift the doing. I am eager to consider how this story was agentive and how Code’s work and your own can propel me towards a renewed inquiry. My deepest thanks to you.
With warm regards,


Daniel MatiasNo Gravatar March 7, 2016 at 9:47 am

Dear Professor Andrea Doucet,

I am contacting regarding your research on fatherhood. I was wondering if there is a set date for the publication of the second edition of ‘Do Men Mother?’?
I have just finished my PhD and am interested in working on fatherfood as a topic for a possible post-doc. Your book captivated my attention, as an aspect that I wish to develop in my research is this notion of concepts: is mothering something only mothers can do, is fathering something only fathers can do. Since my background is in psychodynamic clinical theory, I am interested in exploring these notions and how the growing fatherhood movement is reappraising many of these concepts.
Thank you for your time.
With best regards,
Daniel Matias


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