Pauline Fu is a Ph.D. Candidate in Gender, Feminist, and Women’s Studies at York University where she teaches in the Department of Politics.  Previously, she was trained in History, Critical Theory, Social and Political Thought, Political Economy, and East Asian Studies, at the University of Chicago, University of California at Santa Cruz, and University of Toronto.  Her work has been generously funded by each of the research institutes cited herein all from which she holds Graduate degrees.  She is, furthermore, a former member of the Ontario College of Teachers and Teaching Fellow with Breakthrough Collaborative, an advocacy programme that intervenes against social reproduction.  Pauline Fu’s research work is grounded in an unrelenting commitment to the project of Critical Theory as necessarily adequate to the present historical moment of crisis in and of the world.

Research Interests

Critical Theory,
Capitalism and Its Overcoming,
Feminism and Colonial Modernity,
Political Theology and Legal Philosophy,
History and Historiography,
Colonialism and Postcolonial Theory,
Critical Finance Theory and Insurgent Political Practice


Selected Presentations

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