Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
Charlotte Henay is a Bahamian diasporic storyteller, scholar and Assistant Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She works with poetry, lyric and visual essays in writing about Black and Indigenous women’s voices as witness, in making Afro-Indigenous futurities. Her writing has appeared in The Offing’s Enumerate, ROOM Magazine’s special edition Turtle Island Talks Back, The League of Canadian Poets’ These Lands: A Collections of Voices by Black Poets in Canada chapbook, and various journals and anthologies. Forthcoming pieces are in the edited collection, Remembering and Memorializing Violence: Transnational Feminist Dialogues, and salt. For the preservation of Black diasporic visual histories – a special issue of RACAR | The Journal of the Universities Art Association of Canada. Charlotte’s visual work has been shown at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas’ biennials NE8 and NE9.