Bio

 

Amélie Lemieux, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Literacies at Mount Saint Vincent University. Her research interests revolve around visual and written literacies, aesthetics in art and literacy education, and literacy practices in the 21st century. Her original contributions to literacy and aesthetic reception were recognized by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), especially with the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Scholarships both at the Master’s and PhD levels. She completed a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Centre for Research in Multiliteracies, Brock University. She now works towards shaping debates on the relevance of investigating and valuing subjectivity as a main denominator of meaning-making in multimodal literacies, and intends on further informing pedagogical practices in the literature classroom, specifically in light of fulfilling the competency of “exploring diverse texts of literature”, both at the college and high school levels.

2018- Assistant Professor of Literacies, Mount Saint Vincent University

2018 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Research in Multiliteracies, Brock University

Advisor: Jennifer Rowsell (Brock, Multimodality)

2017. Ph.D., Curriculum and Literacy, Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University         

Title: Re/defining reading engagement: Using Aesthetigrams to map adolescents’ responses to literature and film

Advisors: Boyd White (McGill supervisor, Aesthetics)
Ralf St. Clair (University of Victoria, Literacies)
Nathalie Lacelle (UQÀM, Multimodality)
Christian Ehret (McGill, Affect Theory)
Bronwen Low (McGill, Literacies)
Giuliana Cuccinelli (Concordia, Multimodality)
External Kate Pahl (Manchester Metropolitan, Literacies)

2013 M.A., Education and Society, Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University

Advisor: Boyd White (McGill, Aesthetics)
External Anthony Paré (UBC, Literacies)

2011 B.A. Hons., French Literature and Translation, Department of French Literature and Translation, McGill University