Pamela Fillion holds a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology and English(Cultural Studies) from McGill University. She is currently completing her Masters in Anthropology at Concordia. Pamela is a disabled queer settler, artist, survivor, writer, crafter, and keen fermenter. She has been engaged in grassroots organizing and advocacy work in Montreal for over a dozen years. Since 2016, she has been running a project within which she regularly facilitates radical home economics workshops in the city. The kitchen and working with and around food is what she considers her hearth. Her research interests include critical ethnography, feminist anthropology, environmental anthropology, sustainability, food, and the anthropology of violence.