In 2021-2022, Cameron Clark will be a fifth-year, joint-Ph.D. candidate in Vanderbilt's Departments of English and Comparative Media Analysis & Practice (CMAP).
His article, "Grief, Ecocritical Negativity, and the Queer Anti-Pastoral," was awarded the 2019 Chris Holmlund Society for Cinema and Media Studies Queer and Trans Caucus Graduate Student Writing Prize. It was subsequently published in the peer-reviewed journal, New Review of Film and Television Studies. He is currently co-editing a special journal issue of Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities with E.L. McCallum on negativity in queer and trans ecologies and environmentalisms.
In addition to SCMS, Cameron has presented conference papers at the American Studies Association, the National Women's Studies Association, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, and the ICI Biennial Symposium on the Environment, the Anthropocene, and the African Diaspora.