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Publications:  Prof. Susan Rudy

Hemmings C, Rudy S(2019). 'I don't know what gender is, but I do, and I can, and we all do': An interview with Clare Hemmings. European Journal of Women's Studies vol. 26, (2)
Rudy S(2019). Gender’s ontoformativity, or refusing to be spat out of reality: reclaiming queer women’s solidarity through experimental writing. Feminist Theory
Rudy S(2019). Reading for Queer Openings: Moving. Archives of the Self. Fred Wah. Moving Archives., Editors: Morra, L, Wilfrid Laurier University Press (Waterloo, Canada),
Rudy S(2019). Strange Passage(s): On ardently reading Caroline Bergvall. Reading Experimental Writing, Editors: Colby, G,
Rudy S(2015). The Rhodes Project: Celebrating many versions of what women can be. Global Perspectives on Human Rights, Editors: Hilly, L, Martin, R, Edition. 2nd, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Hunter L, Rudy S(2014). Labour Notes for 'Bodies in Trouble'. McGill University Press (Montreal),
Rudy S(2014). Women who invite collaboration: Caroline Bergvall, Erín Moure et al. Regenerations: Canadian Women’s Writing / Régénérations: écritures des femmes du Canada, Editors: Carrière, M, Demers, P, University of Alberta Press (Edmonton, Canada),
Fitzpatrick R, Rudy S(2013). ‘If everything is moving where is here?’: Lisa Robertson's Occasional Work on cities, space and impermanence. British Journal of Canadian Studies vol. 26, (2) 173-189.
Rudy S(2010). Women, Reading, Kroetsch Telling the Difference. Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Rudy S(2010). Why Postmodernism Now? Toward a Poetry of Enactment. Re: Reading the Postmodern: Canadian Literature and Criticism after Modernism, Editors: Stacey, RD, University of Ottawa Press (Ottawa),
Butling P, Rudy S(2009). Writing in Our Time Canada’s Radical Poetries in English (1957-2003). Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Brossard N(2005). Fluid Arguments Essays Written in French and English. Mercury Press (Canada)
Butling P, Rudy S(2005). Poets Talk Conversations with Robert Kroetsch, Daphne Marlatt, Erin Mouré, Dionne Brand, Marie Annharte Baker, Jeff Derksen and Fred Wah. University of Alberta
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