Sarah Stang is a PhD candidate in the Communication & Culture program at York University in Toronto, Canada. She is the editor-in-chief of the student-run journal Press Start and the former essays editor for the academic middle-state publication First Person Scholar.
Her published work has focused primarily on gender representation in digital games and has been featured in journals such as Games & Culture, Game Studies, Nordlit, Human Technology, and Loading. Her current research explores the ways that marginalized and minoritized identities are symbolically incorporated into science fiction and fantasy media through the figure of the monstrous other. Her doctoral work specifically analyses female monstrosity in digital and tabletop science fiction and fantasy games, focusing on the ways that sexuality, reproduction, and old age, as well as non-normative bodies and transgressive behaviours, are framed as monstrous and horrific.