AboutAshley Caranto Morford (she/her) is a Pilipina-British scholar-activist. She is currently completing SSHRC-funded doctoral studies in English Literature and Book History at the University of Toronto. Her research and pedagogy is in relationship with and accountable to Indigenous studies, Pilipinx studies, Indigenous-Pilipinx solidarity and coalition building, anti-colonial pedagogies and methods, and digital humanities.
EducationPhD (2015 to present): English Literature and Book History, University of Toronto (Canada)
MA (2014): English Literature, Simon Fraser University (Canada)
BA with Distinction (2013): English Literature and First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University (Canada)
Projects2018 to present
Twitter Collaboratory Project Lead (with PI Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos), Indigenous Life Promotion and Social Action Network labs, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto
2017 to present
Collaborator and Co-Instructor, Pedagogy of the Digitally Oppressed, Anti-Colonial DH Praxis (with Dr. Kush Patel and Arun Jacob)