We will hear about new and ongoing curriculum and program initiatives in Gender Studies and Feminist Research at the Afhad University for Women (AUW) in Sudan and at Kabul University in Afghanistan.
This course is the university’s first completely online course in Women’s Studies/Women’s and Gender History.
Commemorative event in recognition of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
On Friday, November 27th from 10-3 pm in MUSC (by Starbucks) the Anti-Violence Network will be hosting a fundraiser to raise money for planting trees and purchasing a plaque for the new L.R. Wilson building to commemorate over 1200 missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Are you interested in the study of gender, sexuality, or feminism? Are you interested in graduate school? Join us for an information session
“Hearing the Political” – Thursday, November 5, 3:30 pm, MDCL 3022
Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar Stephanie Balkwill will examine Buddhist textual material from 4th-6th century China that advocates sex change for female practitioners.
GSFR PhD Diploma student Curran Egan reviews Mary Louise Roberts’ *What Soldiers Do*, a book about the impact of sexuality on modern warfare.
Dr. Paula Gardner’s course, CSMM 714 Feminism, Technology and Science, for next term (January 2016) has been approved.
Many of us engage with stories as students and researchers, activists and social workers, artists and marketers. We tell stories, listen to stories, and use stories in communities and across differences of power. Through critical analysis, poetry, and storytelling, Eli Clare will explore the politics of using story to entertain, educate, diagnose, and make money.