Corinne L. Mason

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Dr. Mason is the Program Coordinator for Gender & Women’s Studies (2021-22).

She is the recipient of the 2020 Brandon University Senate Award for Excellence in Teaching and is the 2019 recipient of the Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes Outstanding Scholarship Award for their first book Manufacturing Urgency: The Development Industry and Violence Against Women.

Their second book Reproduction in Crisis: Queer Parenting at the End of the World is under contract with Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Dr. Mason received her PhD from the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa (2013), a Master’s from the Women’s and Gender Studies Institute (2009), and holds a Bachelor of Honours from Queen’s University (2008).

Current research grants: 

“Queering COVID: The Impacts of Social Distancing Practices on 2SLGBTQ Communities in Manitoba,” SSHRC IDG

“#MeTooAcademia: Knowledge (Im)mobilization of Sexualized Violence Expertise at Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions,” SSHRC IDG 

“Equity, Justice, and Transformation: Campus Climate Study at Brandon University,” BURC


Feminist theory, queer studies, reproductive justice, popular and consumer culture, body studies, critical race and anti-carceral studies.

She has supervised undergraduate theses in the area of sexualized violence and can lead directed reading courses in their areas of teaching and research expertise.