The conference commemorates the 1985 bombing of Air India flight 182 and aims to prompt a dialogue about the tragedy and its aftermath.
The conference program is designed to showcase best practices and facilitate the exchange of ideas among university administrators, practitioners, researchers, students, politicians, and policymakers from across the province.
The Graduate Program in Gender Studies and Feminist Research, the Indigenous Studies Program, and the Department of English and Cultural Studies are delighted to present a talk by Dr. Sarah Hunt
March 10, 2016 marked the 40th anniversary of the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards. Six of the award recipients share a connection with McMaster University.
“If not by identity, how else might we give shape to our lives? With Audre Lorde and Michel Foucault, this paper argues that ethics is beauty and that beauty is not a luxury.”
Ontario recently introduced the Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act that, if passed, will help keep students safer from the threat of sexual violence and harassment on campuses like McMaster University…
The Administration at Mount Allison University has decided to de-fund the WGS program; please support students and faculty in the program by signing the petition here.
Please join us for this panel of talks on ‘Queer (In)Differences, Domesticities, and Cosmopolitanisms: Theory, Film, Fiction’ presented as part of the requirements for the Ph.D. Diploma in Gender Studies and Feminist Research.
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is a writer, scholar, storyteller, musician and activist of Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg ancestry and is a member of Alderville First Nation.
Apply for entry to the Gender Studies and Feminist Research Graduate program in Fall 2016! We are still accepting applications.