Dr. Kamilla Petrick
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
Scholarship, Research & Creative Activities
Dr. Kamilla Petrick is a Professor of Politics in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. She holds a doctorate in Political Science from York University and two prior degrees in Media Studies from the University of Western Ontario. Kamilla's research interests include critical political economy, social movements and collective action, time and temporality, collective memory, and the role of technology in social transformation. Her work has been published in Fast Capitalism, Time & Society, Studies in Social Justice, Globalizations, and Convergence: The International Journal of Research Into New Media Technologies, among others. As an educator, Kamilla aims to empower her students to respond creatively to challenges both in the workplace as well as the world-at-large.
Petrick, K., Jeppesen, S. (2018). Toward an Intersectional Political Economy of Autonomous Media Resources.Interface: A Journal For and About Social Movements, 10(1-2), 8-37.
Petrick, K. (2017). Occupy and the Temporal Politics of Prefigurative Democracy.Triple C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique , 15(2), 490-504.
Petrick, K., Jeppesen, S., Khan, S., Hounslow, T. (2017). Media Action Research Group: Toward an Antiauthoritarian, Pro-Feminist Media Research Methodology.Feminist Media Studies, 17(6), 1056-1072.
Petrick, K. (2016). Strategic Planning in the ‘Empire of Speed'.Globalizations, 13(3), 345-359.