Randal Rogers

Associate Professor
PhD (Concordia University); MA (Concordia University); BA (University of British Columbia)

E-mail: randal.rogers@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4746

Current classes
Spring 2024 - WGST 100-020 / Fall 2024 WGST 280AP-001, WGST 380AZ-001 / Winter 2025 WGST 100-001, WGST 320-001

Research interests

  • Currently exploring relationship of queer subjectivities to espionage in film and television


  • PhD (Art History, Concordia) 2004
  • MA (Art History, Concordia) 1999
  • BA (Art History, UBC) 1992


  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Histories, Adaptations, Legacies (Routledge, 2022)
  • Wilderness of Mirrors: Spies and Other Queer Subjects in Visual Culture (Lexington Press, under contract [2023])

WORKS OF NOTE           

  • “Altered States: Drugs, Bipolarity, Affect, and the ‘Killjoy’ in Homeland,Capacious: Journal of Emerging Affect Inquiry (Vol. 2, No. 3: July 2021)
  • "Into a Wilderness of Mirrors: 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy's Queer Nostalgia," Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture(UK) (Vol. 2, No. 2: June 2017).
  • "A Monster We Love: Dexter's Reproductive Futures," Journal of Literature and Art, vol. 9, no. 6 (Sept. 2016):1027-37.
  • Overlooking Saskatchewan: Minding the Gap, Editor (with Christine Ramsay), University of Regina Press (October 2014)
  • “Thinking Through Blood in Post-9/11 Visual Culture: The Passion of the Christ and Bobby”, Outspoken: Perspectives on Queer Identities,Wes Pearce and Jean Hillabold, eds. University of Regina Press, 2013: 181-99.
  • “Sanguine Disavowals or Impossible Invisible Blood”, Blood, Meredith Jones and Suzanne Boccalatte, eds. with introduction by Jeff Lindsay, Trunk Books: Sydney, Australia, 2012: 181-91.
  • “Everyday Violence and Violence, Everyday”, Diabolique, Dunlop Art Gallery Regina, Canada, July-September 2009: 52-61.
  • “Colonial Imitation and Racial Insubordination: Photography from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904” History of Photography32, 4 (2008): 354-74.
  • “The Racial Drape,” Visio: The Journal of the International Association for Visual Semiotics, Special Issue: The State of the Image, vol. 5, no. 4 (Winter 2000-01 (out in 2004)): 41-50.