breast cancer and pregnancy. Sarah-Jean also works in the women's media group at the Ma tern Women's Studies Program at the University of Alberta, where she coaches and mentors women who want to write about and talk about their experiences. Kristina Spivak is a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender and Sexuality Studies (CIGSS) at the University of Toronto, where she has recently completed her internship at the National Film Board of Canada. Her research interests include the intersection of gender, sexuality, and sport, as well as performance theory. Currently, she is working on a project on sexuality and sport in contemporary Canadian culture. She is also completing a dissertation on social transformations of women's sport in Canada. Meghan Smith is an associate professor in the department of kinesiology at the University of Toronto. Her current research is on the relationship between embodiment, gender, and health in children's media images, as well as on the health implications of food and body image in young women. She has published several articles and book chapters, and her most recent book is the coedited (with M.A. Jacobs) Youth,Thin, and Fit: Embodi ment and a Healthy Weight (Routledge, 2009). A.J. Smith is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. She teaches courses on health and gender, the sociology of food and body culture, and the sociolog y of transformation and the political economy of health and food. Her research interests include the sociology of food and body culture, and the political economy of health and the food system. Notes on Contributors 310 Thomas W. Stroh is a professor of sociology and the director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the coauthor of Sex, Celebrity, and Society: Celebrity Culture in the United States (with Michael Emerson) and The Production of Deviancy: Sexuality and Social Control from Oedipus to LSD (with David Green) and the editor of Entertaining the Eye: A Queer Global Tour of the Visual Arts (with Jonathan L. Freedman). His current research interests include queer theory, gay men's culture, gender, and film, and the visual arts. He teaches seminars on queer cultural studies, gender and visual culture, and media studies, and his classes include Queer Theory, Artful Interfaces, and The Art of Motion Pictures.
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