It is our pleasure to recognize Karen Balcom in receiving this fellowship opportunity.
Please join us in congratulating Amber, who is the recipient of the Faculty of Humanities Donald Shepherd Book Prize for her book Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance (University of Toronto Press, 2015).
The Early Modern Reading Group is happy to invite you to “Women’s Performance and the Dramatic Canon: New Directions in Early Modern Studies” which will include informal talks by Dr. Clare McManus (Department of English, University of Roehampton), Dr. Peter Cockett (SOTA, McMaster), and Dr. Melinda Gough (Department of English and Cultural Studies/Gender Studies and Feminist Research).
The City of Hamilton’s Audit Finance & Administration Committee will be voting on the Protocol for Gender Identity and Gender Expression on Monday, March 6th, 2017 at 9:30 am at Hamilton City Hall, Council Chambers (2nd floor). f you are available on Monday to attend the meeting, in show of support, please feel welcome to attend.
Presented by The Departments of History and Gender Studies & Feminist Research
Dr. Mary Jo Leddy is the Founder of Romero House Community for Refugees. She is an Adjunct Professor at Regis College, University of Toronto and Senior Fellow at Massey College, University of Toronto.
Three international research projects for GSFR affiliated faculty members, Melinda Gough, Nadine Attewell, and Melanie Heath, have received funding to kick-start international partnerships and joint international research activities.
McMaster joins with universities across Canada and around the world in condemning the targeting of individuals based on nationality or religion and is providing supports to any member of the community who may be impacted by this sudden policy change.
The purpose of this *non-violent*, *inclusive* and *intersectional* protest is to take a stand for and support women’s rights — the rights of ALL women — with women from all races, all religious communities, all political affiliations, cis or transgender and all sexual orientations.
The University’s Board of Governors and Senate this week approved a new Sexual Violence Policy, outlining McMaster’s commitment to a campus that is free of sexual violence.