|Degrees:||Honours BA (Carleton '14), MA (UVic '16), PhD Candidate (Queen's)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 2538|
|Office:||1221 Dunton Tower|
Geraldine King is Anishinaabe and a member of Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek located in the Robinson Superior Treaty area, northwestern Ontario.
Geraldine’s research interests include: Anishinaabe erotics, ethics of intimacy, kinship studies, theories of Anishinaabe phenomenologies, eco-erotics and Indigenous pedagogical transformation. Geraldine is a poet, author, writer and mother.
Geraldine is not undertaking graduate supervision at this time.
Courses taught at Carleton:
INDG 1010: Introduction to Indigenous Peoplehood Studies
INDG 2020: Decolonizing Gender, Sex and Sexuality
INDG 3011: Indigenous Rights, Resistance and Resurgence
INDG 3015: Indigenous Ecological Ways of Knowing
ANTH 2610: Studies in Indigenous Peoples of North America
WGST 4800: Decolonizing Feminisms