Editorial: The Intersectionality of Hate


  • Sara Matthews Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Nathan Rambukkana Wilfrid Laurier University


Editorial for Atlantis 39.1 Special Section on the Intersectionality of Hate


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Author Biographies

Sara Matthews, Wilfrid Laurier University

Sara Matthews is Associate Professor in the Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University. Her research and teaching are interdisciplinary and consider the dynamics of violence, war, and social conflict in relation to nation building. In addition to her academic work, Sara curates aesthetic projects that archive visual encounters with legacies of war and social trauma. Her critical writing has appeared in PUBLIC, Fuse Magazine, and in exhibition essays for the Ottawa Art Gallery, YYZ, the Robert Langen Gallery, and as a blog for Gallery TPW.

Nathan Rambukkana, Wilfrid Laurier University

Dr. Nathan Rambukkana is an Assistant Professor in Communication Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, in Waterloo Canada. His work centres the study of discourse, politics, and identities, and his research addresses topics such as the “alt-right;” hashtag publics; digital, haptic, and robotic intimacies; intimate privilege; and non/monogamy in the public sphere. He is the author of Fraught Intimacies: Non/Monogamy in the Public Sphere (UBC Press, 2015), and the editor of Hashtag Publics: The Power and Politics of Discursive Networks (Peter Lang, 2015) and of Intersectional Automations: Robots, AI, Algorithms, and Equity (2021). Web: http://complexsingularities.net


Rembert Browne, November 9, 2016, “How Trump Made Hate Intersectional,” Daily Intelligencer, http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/11/how-trump-made-hate-intersectional.html

Puar, J.K. 2012. “'I would rather by a cyborg than a goddess”: Becoming-intersectional in assemblage theory.'” philoSOPHIA 2(1):49-66.






39.1 Special Section: The Intersectionality of Hate