Holly Morgan

Contract Academic Instructor





Holly Morgan teaches English and Gender and Women’s Studies at a variety of institutions across Canada. Much of her work focuses on postcolonial and world literatures, but she has taught Canadian and Indigenous literature, world literature, women’s literature, popular fiction, African literature, and general introductory classes, as well as writing and composition. In gender studies, Holly has taught courses on gender and food, gender and health, feminist ecocriticism, fat studies, and general introductory and theory classes.

She is currently working on papers addressing transnational surrogacy and sexual violence in contemporary South Asian women’ writing, and has an on ongoing interest in food in world literatures. These projects expand on theories and concepts brought forward by her dissertation on transnational adoption in diasporic Indian women’s writing.