Department of Gender Studies

Department of Gender Studies
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GNDS 280, 380 and 410 Special Topics courses

Rules about taking Special Topics courses

If a Special Topics course has a different name than when you took it before you can take it for credit with the new name.

This applies to courses like GNDS 280 with Topic IDs: Solidarity and Alliance Work AND Transgender Politics and Representation AND Comics and Politics

GNDS 380 Together: Intimacies and Affinities in the West AND Trauma and Resilience

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Gender Matters Speaker Series 2017-18 dates

GENDER MATTERS SPEAKER SERIES

Department of Gender Studies
Wednesdays from 12 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Fall: Mac-Corry D214/Winter: Mac-Corry D201

October 11, 2017

Strategy Share: Responding to the TRC Task Force and PICRDI

Speakers include: Laura Anderson, Mark Green, Janice Hill, Beverley Mullings & Teri Shearer.
This event is open to students, staff and faculty. Invited speakers will help get the conversation started.

 

October 25, 2017

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Katherine McKittrick named to the Royal Society of Canada

Katherine McKittrick named to the Royal Society of Canada

Katherine McKittrick photo when named to Royal Society of Canada

Katherine McKittrick, Associate Professor of Gender Studies, has been named to the Royal Society of Canada’s (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program. This award recognizes research leaders who, at an early stage in their career, have demonstrated a high level of achievement.

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Stephanie Jonsson on CFRC Grad Chat

Gender Studies MA student, Stephanie Jonsson, on Grad Chat, August 22, 2017

Gender Studies MA student, Stephanie Jonsson, was interviewed on Grad Chat about her research topic "LGBTQ elders plans for long-term care, looking at lived experiences accessing and living in long-term care in Canada". Find the episode here on the SGS website, http://queensu.ca/sgs/grad-chat, or later in the Grad Chat Archives: http://www.cfrc.ca/grad_chat

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