• Lisa Nakamura, Digital Racial Empathy

    Lisa Nakamura is the Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Collegiate Professor and Director of the Digital Studies, at the University of Michigan Nakamura will discuss her current research on the automation of racial empathy.

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  • National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

    To commemorate the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, McMaster University’s December 6th Planning Committee honours those lives and loved ones lost at École Polytechnique de Montréal in 1989;

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  • Join us in 2021-22!

    See post for deadlines to apply!

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  • Join us for a GSFR Information Session!

    Are you considering graduate school? Are you interested in the study of gender, race, and social justice? Please join us for an information session about the M.A. and Ph.D. Diploma Programs in Gender Studies & Feminist Research!

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  • McMaster University’s Gender Studies & Feminist Research Program, School Of The Arts, & Indigenous Studies Program present bug

    bug is the story of a girl and her mother, both fighting the effects of colonialism on their bodies. They are followed by Manidoons, a physical manifestation of trauma that crawls across generations.

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  • GSFR Stands with Black Students, Faculty, and Communities

    We write in response to the recent violent deaths in the U.S. and Canada of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, and others, as well as Canadian Amy Cooper’s recent encounter with Christian Cooper in NYC’s Central Park.

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  • When Bravery is Fiction: Despair, Hope, and Expectation in Writing and Transsexuality

    The Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Gender Studies and Feminist Research Program will be hosting author Casey Plett on Tuesday, October 29th. Please join us for this exciting talk!

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Gender Studies & Feminist Research

Gender Studies & Feminist Research at McMaster is an exciting new interdisciplinary program.  We accept students from a wide variety of backgrounds who are interested in the study of gender, sexuality, and feminism.  All our students receive funding, including a teaching assistanship and scholarship money.  Our core course, “Knowledge in Action” includes working with local community organizations.  The research symposium brings internationally, nationally, and locally known scholars and activists to campus for lectures and seminars.  GSFR is a new, dynamic program, with small enough student numbers to ensure that everyone receives personal mentoring.

Come and join us in 2020-21!

 


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