Emilie St-Hilaire

Emilie St-Hilaire
Doctoral candidate in the Humanities

Emilie is currently a doctoral candidate in the Humanities PhD program at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Her FRQSC-funded research examines the sub-cultural phenomenon of reborn dolls from a feminist perspective. Being one of few researchers studying this topic Emilie is regularly interviewed by journalists on the topic of reborn dolls. Her research has been cited in The Guardian (US), Le Temps (Switzerland), and Gehirn and Geist (Germany) and on NPR (US). Emilie's academic writing has been published in peer-reviewed journals including RACAR, and Le Journal International de Bioéthique. She is the author of a chapter in the book The Creation of iGiselle: Classical Ballet Meets Contemporary Video Games, edited by Nora Foster Stovel, published by the University of Alberta Press (2019).

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