* more potions less prisons *

I am an educator, researcher, and writer based on unceded Indigenous land in Tio’tia:ke / Mooniyang (currently called Monteal, Quebec).

I hold a PhD in Interdisciplinary Humanities from Concordia University and am Assistant Professor (LTA) and Area Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Studies and Practices in Fine Arts at Concordia.

My PhD work combined English / Media Studies, Anthropology, and Fine Arts to look at communication with spirits and uncanny kin within contemporary, historical, and fabulated witchcrafts. 

In my work, I approach questions concerning secretive, occulted, or underrepresented ways of knowing and being through embodied research in the areas of pedagogy, interdisciplinary arts, history, cinema, performance, and folklore.

Book: Assembling the Morrow: A Poetics of Sleep (Talonbooks, 2014).
Contact: sandra.j.huber [at] gmail [dot] com