Zoe Druick, Simon Fraser University

Associate Professor Communication Vancouver, British Columbia druick@sfu.ca Office: (778) 782-5398

Bio/Research

Zoë Druick is an associate professor in the School of Communication whose main area of teaching and research is media studies. Her research considers histories and theories of of documentary and reality-based media. Currently, she is PI on a SSHRC-funded project investigating reality TV shows abo...

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Bio/Research

Zoë Druick is an associate professor in the School of Communication whose main area of teaching and research is media studies. Her research considers histories and theories of of documentary and reality-based media. Currently, she is PI on a SSHRC-funded project investigating reality TV shows about women and property. She has edited volumes forthcoming on the global legacies of John Grierson and on the rethinking of cinema history in Canada in the face of the transition to digital. Her books include Allan King’s A Married Couple (UTP 2010), Programming Reality: Perspectives on English-Canadian Television (WLU Press, 2008) and Projecting Canada: Government Policy and Documentary Film at the National Film Board (McGill-Queen’s, 2007).

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