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RANSOM, AMY

FACULTY
  • Richard Matheson's I Am Legend and Its Film Adaptations: Race and Masculinity in an American Myth. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018.
  • Hockey, P.Q.: Canada’s Game in Québec Popular Culture. Toronto: U of Toronto Press. 2014.
  • Science Fiction from Québec: A Postcolonial Study. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009.
    The Feminine as Fantastic in the Conte fantastique: Visions of the Other. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.
  • Ph. D. in French, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, June 1993
  • M. A. in French, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, March 1988
  • B. A. in French and History, University of Montana, Missoula, magna cum laude, June 1986
  • Additional Graduate course work in Spanish, University of Alabama-Birmingham, Spring 1997

Quebec Popular Culture,‚Äč including film; Francophone Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror; Feminist Theory; Postcolonial Theory; 19th c. French literature; French film; Dystopia/Utopia/Apocalyptic narratives.

Research areas:

  • 19th c. French Science Fiction
  • Quebec Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
  • Haitian-Quebecois Writers
  • Quebec Film since 2000