Reclaiming Breast


  • Anique Ellis University of Alberta
  • Josephine Baker



patriarchy, femininity, breasts

Author Biographies

Anique Ellis, University of Alberta

Anique Ellis is a Jamaican-born Canadian and an internationally trained educator. She is currently pursuing further studies at the University of Alberta, with special interest in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies. Anique is a lifestyle blogger, and a mother of one son.

Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker is a Cree-Métis woman living in Treaty 6 territory and her ancestral Métis homeland. She is completing her Master of Arts in anthropology at the University of Alberta. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in anthropology from the University of Alberta. Her research interests include language and communication, gender, performativity, and subversive practices. Her current research focuses on the role of humor as a communicative practice.




How to Cite

Ellis, A., & Baker, J. (2020). Reclaiming Breast. Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies, 11(1), 37.