Sandra Huber is a writer and PhD candidate in Interdisciplinary Humanities at Concordia University. She combines English / Media Studies, Anthropology, and Fine Arts to look at communication with the dead within contemporary witchcraft.

Through categories of glass, fluid, and inscription, Sandra examines how mediumship destabilizes a post-psychoanalytic focus on the “self,” the fixity of signs, and biases around who and what can and cannot communicate, as well as in what ways this communication materializes.

In her work in general, Sandra is interested in approaching questions concerning the secretive or the occulted through embodied research.

She is the author of Assembling the Morrow: A Poetics of Sleep (Talonbooks, 2014).

She currently lives in Montreal / Tio’tia:ke.

Contact: sandra.j.huber [at] gmail [dot] com