Faculty: Liane Tanguay
Assistant Professor of English
Ph.D. (2006), M.A. (2002), University of Manchester
B.A. (1999), University of Toronto
Liane Tanguay writes about post-Cold War American popular culture and ideology in the context of globalization, 9/11, the “War on Terror,” and neoliberal capitalism. She has taught literary theory, contemporary fiction, American and British literature and composition at Lakehead University and Acadia University.
[Forthcoming] “Sovereign Is He, Who Knocks: The Neoliberal Structure of Feeling in American Television.” Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism 12 (October 2014).
Hijacking History: American Culture and the War on Terror. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012.