PhD Student, Community Health & Humanities, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Valerie Webber is a doctoral student investigating the framing of pornography as a 'public health crisis'. She holds a Masters of Public Health from Memorial University and a Masters in Medical Anthropology from McGill University. Her undergraduate degree from Concordia University was in Anthropology and Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality.

Experience

  • 2016–present
    PhD Student, Community Health & Humanities, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Publications

  • 2015
    Stigmatizing Surveillance: Blood-borne Pathogen Protocol and the Dangerous Doctor, Critical Public Health, 26(4): 359-367
  • 2015
    Public Health versus Performer Privates: Measure B’s Failure to Fix Subjects, Porn Studies, 2(4): 299-313
  • 2013
    Shades of Gay: Performance of Girl-on-Girl Pornography and Mobile Authenticities, Sexualities, 16(1/2): 217-235