I am currently working on contract for the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto.

An award-winning filmmaker, author and also translator, I have worked at Athabasca University (as Visiting Professor), HEC Montréal, McGill University, the State University of New York and the Université de Sherbrooke. Here is a list, periodically updated, of guest lectures (as an independent scholar) and presentations at institutions in the Americas and Europe: the American-Scandinavian Foundation, Berkeley (University of California), Bishop’s University, the British Association for Canadian Studies, Cambridge University (the Scott Polar Research Institute), the Centre culturel canadien (Paris), Columbia University, the Cinémathèque Québécoise (Montreal), Concordia University, the Institut Jean-Vigo (Perpignan, France), the Montpellier Business School (Montpellier, France), the Muséum de Grenoble (the Natural History Museum of Grenoble, France), the Norwegian Film Institute, Ohio State University (the Byrd Polar Research Center), Oxford University (the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine & the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies), the Pan American Health Organization, Princeton University, Queen’s University (Belfast), the Sons of Norway (Minneapolis), the Sorbonne, the Toulouse Business School (Toulouse, France), the Université de Perpignan, the Université Grenoble-Alpes, the Université du Québec à Rimouski, the Université Paris Cité, the University of London (the School of Advanced Study), the University of Vermont, international conferences in Argentina, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Sweden and Uruguay, as well as many associations, public libraries, festivals etc.

I am taking The Blinding Sea on tour around the world, and also streaming it as a virtual event to a range of organizations, from universities to foundations, companies, associations and public libraries, giving an accompanying interview, lecture or Zoom conference, for a fee.

Radcliffe Camera, Oxford