Grace Pollock has a doctoral degree in English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University and a professional graduate degree in social work from Wilfrid Laurier University. As a consulting researcher and community practitioner, she currently co-directs The Public Intellectuals Project at McMaster University. Her interests focus on interdisciplinary studies, university-community collaboration, and building individual and institutional capacities for broad participation in public life. She co-authored, with Henry A. Giroux, The Mouse That Roared: Disney and the End of Innocence (Rowman & Littlefield, 2010).
- What does it mean to welcome Omar Khadr? University students and the lesson of hospitality
- “Dissociated Consciousness[es]”: The Rising Voice of the Administrator and the Falling Voice of the Academic in the Winter 2015 Labour Disruption at the University of Toronto
- Orwell, Huxley and America’s Plunge into Authoritarianism
- Pedagogy of the Precariat
- Flipping the Script: Rethinking Working-Class Resistance