Kate Krug practices Interpretive Political Sociology with a particular focus on genders, identities, sexualities, Queer theory and critical pedagogy. She is currently engaged in an autoethnographic adventure with the working title of “The Stone Prince Project: Reflections of a Renaissance Butch”. When she is not plying her trade as a teaching academic and social justice activist, Kate can be found hanging around the beaches of Cape Breton photographing assorted waders and/or the moon in daylight.
Sociology of Education, Sociological Theory, Queer Theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Critical Pedagogy, Sociology of the Family
Unama’ki espi-kina’matno’kuom etek Mi’kma’ki, wla na no’kamanaq aq maqamikewminu mena’qiknmuetuk.
Cape Breton University is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw People.