Human and Social Development
University of Victoria
Pamela Moss (BA, MA, PhD) is a Professor in Human and Social Development, University of Victoria, Canada. She teaches in the Social Justice Studies. In her scholarship, she is most interested in the way bodies, power and knowledge production are expressed in everyday acts of living life. She locates her interdisciplinary work in disability studies, social and cultural geography, feminist methodology, and autobiographical writing. She uses feminist and posthuman theories to explore the social and cultural dimensions of the practice of power across a set of diverse sites: women with chronic fatigue, soldiers with post-traumatic stress, intimacy and joy, veterans’ rights, and Bruce Springsteen’s lyrics.