Queen's Gender Studies Trans Resource List:
Academic Search Premier
Research Resources for Graduate Students in Gender & Women’s Studies
Gender and Women's Studies Research Guide
Check out the Alternative Resource Library at the Grey House
If you cannot find what you are looking for at Queen's, you can borrow from other universities in Ontario through RACER or from the Royal Military College in Kingston
Other Campus Resources & Services
The Ban Righ Centre
The Ban Righ Centre is a safe, welcoming meeting place and drop-in resource centre. We assist women of all ages, especially those who are returning to university after a time away, to continue formal or informal education in an atmosphere where you will meet others with similar experiences and concerns with informed, supportive staff.
Campus Accessibility Guide
EQuiP is a Queen’s student group that is dedicated to lobbying for LGBTQ rights as well as working to inform and educate the Queen’s and Kingston communities on queer issues. Throughout the academic year, EQuiP organizes social and political events with the goal of raising awareness of queer issues as well as providing a friendly environment for queer and queer-positive students, faculty, staff and alumni to gather and socialize.
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
Four Directions Aboriginal Students Centre seeks to enhance the development and well-being of the Queen's University Aboriginal Community. Four Directions welcomes and encourages all students to develop an awareness and appreciation of the Aboriginal experience in Canada. In keeping with the teachings of the Four Directions, The Centre strives to support individual Aboriginal Students in balancing their academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.
Health, Counselling & Disability Services
The Health, Counselling and Disability Services department supports the personal, academic and social development of students at Queen's University by providing a range of programmes and services appropriate to their needs, and by participating in associated activities.
One of Canada's few feminist theatre venues.
The Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) Kingston is dedicated to research, education, and action in the public interest. It is predominantly student-funded and student-run, but strives to maintain a balance of support and direction from the wider Kingston community. OPIRG Kingston exists to serve as a training ground for concerned citizens to recognize and engage the problems of society. OPIRG has been in Kingston since 1992. The PIRG movement started in the 1970s and has spread to over 200 PIRGs across North America. PIRGs are democratic, independent, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations.
Postitive Space Program
A Positive Space program brings visibility and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans individuals. A Positive Space indicator (sticker) on an office door, workspace, or living space identifies the occupant as accepting and being supportive of these communities. Participants in the program answer questions, provide assistance, suggest resources, and refer individuals to appropriate offices and services. Positive Space campaigns have been established at other universities (University of Toronto, University of Calgary, and York University). Three groups sponsor the Queen's program: OPIRG Kingston, the Human Rights Office, and the Education on Queer Issues Project (EQUIP).
Queen's Feminist Review
Queen's University's only feminist-minded and -inspired annual literary review
The Walk Home Service is an escort service for students provided by the Alma Mater Society. Staffed by students who will walk you from one point to another within Walk Home's boundaries, Walk Home is open between dusk and 2 or 3 am. A team of one male and one female will walk or bike with you to your destination. Stop by the Infobank or call 533-9255 (533-WALK).