Amy Fung is a writer, critic, and organizer working across intersections of histories and identities. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton University and received her Masters in English and Film Studies from the University of Alberta in 2009 with a specialization in criticism, poetics, and the moving image. With almost twenty years of freelance newspaper and magazine writing experience, her texts have been commissioned and published by festivals, museums, and publications nationally and internationally. She often guest lectures and facilitates writing workshops across the country. Her first book, Before I was a Critic, I was a Human Being addresses Canada’s mythologies of multiculturalism and settler colonialism through the lens of a national art critic (Artspeak and Book*hug 2019).

Many thanks to the following agencies for supporting the momentum of the work






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