Jill Didur

Dr. Jill Didur is a Graduate Program Director and Professor in the department of English at Concordia. She is the author of Unsettling Partition: Literature, Gender, Memory , and co-editor of Global Ecologies and the Environmental Humanities: Postcolonial Approaches. Her current SSHRC funded research (2014-2021) focuses on locative media, globalization, and environmental storytelling, and she is completing a book manuscript about imperialism, gardening, and the environment in postcolonial literature. In spring 2015 she launched a locative media application, the Alpine Garden MisGuide, at the Jardin Botanique de Montreal, and she has another project underway for installation in Mile End’s Champ des Possibles in 2018.