Mylène Gamache

Assistant Professor, Native Studies & Women's and Gender Studies

Ph.D - School of English (University of Kent, Canterbury UK)
MA - Women and Gender Studies Institute (University of Toronto)
BA - Double Honours in Philosophy & Women's and Gender Studies (University of Manitoba)

 

Mylène Yannick Gamache is a Franco-Métis Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba, cross-appointed in both Indigenous Studies and Women's and Gender Studies, and based in the heart of her ancestral home in the Red River Valley. Mylène prioritizes in her teaching and research the need to nourish attentive textual relations. Her current research explores sites of politicized convergences and place-based relations across contemporary Indigenous and non-Indigenous works of fiction, poetry, and lyrical prose.   

 

 

Teaching
WOMN 1500 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies in the Humanities
WOMN 2640 Issues in Gender and the Body
WOMN 2630 Indigenous Feminisms
NATV 2430 Indigenous Women's Stories

Mylène Gamache