Professor | Author | Yoga Instructor
A professor at University of Toronto, Eva-Lynn Jagoe teaches in the Spanish and Portuguese department, and the Centre for Comparative Literature. Her areas of research include critical and cultural theory, environmental humanities, Latin American studies, film, and literature. Eva-Lynn writes academic prose, creative nonfiction, and fiction. As well as teaching university students, she also offers workshops on public-facing writing for academics. She is also a certified Iyengar yoga teacher at Studio Po.
Latest Published Work
Take Her, She’s Yours
Take Her, She’s Yours merges memoir with critical theory as she recounts the unraveling of everything she thought she knew about selfhood, relationships, and desire.Take Her, She’s Yours
The Tangled Roots of Family, Forest, and Farm
Abstract: When my family started stewarding eight acres in British Columbia, Canada, we encountered a pervasive pioneer species or “weed”—quackgrass—that […]
How Will We Farm?
It begins with the story of a young boy, in England, some four decades ago, helping his grandfather till a […]
Published in The New Quarterly 160, Fall 2021 Soon after our offer is accepted, Imre and I go for a […]