Since January 2020, I am an assistant professor at the Faculty of theology and religious studies at the Université Laval, in Quebec City. My research focuses on the intersection of religions and spiritualities with women’s history, gender, embodiment, ritual, media, technology, and material culture. Through interdisciplinary perspectives, I have explored traditional and emerging ritualizations of pregnancy and childbirth or on the spiritual dimensions associated with fertility awareness practices and their digital modernization. My recent publications delve into diverse aspects of motherhood within religious contexts. My areas of specialization also comprise the religious traditions of South Asia, and especially Hinduism and more particularly devotional movements. In addition to this, I engage in the theoretical and methodological aspects of religious studies and actively participate in scholarship related to teaching and learning about religions in dialogue with other disciplines.
Here is a link to a list of my publications, including articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Numen, Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses, Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft and Open Theology.
At Université Laval, I offer courses on various traditions of South Asia, along with topics related to women, constructions of gender, and their historical and contemporary religious contexts, incorporating a comparative approach.