GNDS Goes Local

Members of the Gender Studies Staff in the 2014 25th Anniversary of Kingston's Pride Parade.

 

 

"Other Kingston Project"

The Department of Gender Studies co-sponsors this project with Four Directions Aboriginal Student Center (http://www.queensu.ca/fdasc).This research project exists to develop academic and non-academic research and education projects that uncover and communicate the significance of the “other” Kingston. Among the many stories that portray Kingston, there are many “others” who have been left out of predominant narratives. The Other Kingston Project attends to people and experiences that may be marginalized or silenced by stories that focus on whiteness, colonialism, European heritage, class privilege, or heteronormativity. Recognizing that stories about tradition in Kingston or at Queen’s are not of the past but are created today, we seek to participate in re-telling such stories by drawing upon our grounding within anti-colonial, anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-homo / transphobic methods of research. 2015 Co-Chairs are Jacqueline Davies, Margaret Little and Janice Hill.

The Journal of Critical Race Inquiry

Gender Studies is proud to house this open-access publication that supports inquiry into critical race issues. Co-editors Scott Morgensen and Leela Viswanathan are pleased to announce the new issue and a call for submission for the next issue.

Website of the Journal of Critical Race Inquiry with new issue.

Call for Submissions - essays due August 1, 2015

"Men who Like Feminism"

This new campus group is affiliated with the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre (http://levanacentre.wordpress.com/) and welcomes all who want to start thinking critically about masculinity, identify as masculine, because of or regardless of gender, and want to learn more about feminism and healthy masculinity. For more info email: menwholikefeminism@gmail.com


TransFamily Kingston:

TransFamily Kingston is a group of transgender individuals and their family members and supporters in Kingston, Ontario. We have found that it can be very helpful to connect with other people who are on the same journey, either as a transgender person, or as a parent, sibling, spouse, child or friend of a trans person. This is not a professionally-run support group. It is a grassroots social network that seeks primarily to combat the loneliness and isolation often felt by trans people and those journeying with them.
http://www.transfamilykingston.com/
transfamilykingston@gmail.com