Anna Shah Hoque holds a B.A. Combined Honours in Canadian Studies and Communication Studies with a Minor in Sexuality Studies from Carleton University. While her research interests cover a wide-range of topics related to communication and identity, she is particularly intrigued in examining hierarchies and normative discourses. Currently, she is preoccupied in deconstructing narratives around representations of race, class, gender, and sexuality that emerge from everyday artifacts such as monuments in the capital landscape, and daily magazine publications.
Interests: Banal Artifacts, Deconstructing Myths, Absent Narratives