National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women: MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN
Please join us for a lecture by ARDATH WHYNACHT, Department of Sociology at Mount Allison University.
Melinda Gough and her colleague Peter Cockett, an assistant professor in the School of the Arts, have embarked on Engendering the Stage, an international project examining issues around the portrayal of gender in early modern theatre.
The deadline to apply for Fall entry is January 14th!
An evening with Tarana Burke, Founder of the #metoo Movement
Wednesday October 31, 2018, please join us for an Information Session.
Qwo-Li Driskill is a (non-citizen) Cherokee Two-Spirit and Queer writer, activist, and performer also of African, Irish, Lenape, Lumbee, and Osage ascent.
“Engendering the Stage in the Age of Shakespeare and Beyond” is an international research project dedicated to exploring resonances between the history of gendered performance on the early modern stage and our contemporary drive to achieve gender equity in today’s professional theatre industry.
On Friday Sept 21, the Stratford Festival is presenting a staged reading of Swetnam the Woman Hater Arraigned by Women, edited by Dr. Melinda Gough.
Queer to Care is an exhibition of “Careworks” created by McMaster Studio Art programme graduate, Sookie Bardwell, in response to the insights about personally nourishing care practices