Instructor, Undergraduate Advisor
|Degrees:||PhD in History (York University), M.A. in Social Sciences (University of Chicago), B.A. Honours (University of Toronto)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 8562|
|Office:||1408 Dunton Tower|
*For undergraduate advising, please start by contacting Lana Keon via email at LanaKeon@cunet.carleton.ca
Katie Bausch is trained as a feminist historian and interdisciplinary scholar whose early research examined the intersections of masculinity, whiteness, and anti-black racism in US popular culture. Currently, Katie is working on researching and developing pedagogical tools that can be used to educate and empower students to learn and unlearn the patriarchal, colonial, and white supremacist structures in our world. Katie hopes to eventually make these tools available for in-person and online classrooms.
Courses taught:WGST1808; WGST2812 (Gender, Sexuality, & Popular Culture); WGST2814 (Masculinity and Popular Culture); WGST2814 (Masculinities); WGST3812 (Gender & Social Media Culture); WGST5906
Research areas of interest: Gender, Whiteness, and Popular Culture
- “Police Violence in Film from Blaxploitation to New Black Realism.” Routledge Handbook of Police Brutality in America. Edited by Thomas Aiello. Forthcoming.
- He Thinks He’s Down: White Appropriations of Black Masculinities in the Civil Rights Era. Under Contract With the University of British Columbia Press. June 2019.
- Bausch, Katharine and Francesca D’Amico. “Rap is Something We Do; Hip Hop is Something We Are: Gender and Authenticity in Rap Culture.” Oxford University Press: The Hip Hop Handbook, Winter 2017.