Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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Why Cultural Studies @ Queen’s?

Commitment to Engaged Research
Our faculty and students are out in the world, taking on intractable challenges in creative and effective ways. We are committed to antiracist and decolonial scholarship and to social justice in all its dimensions.

Flexible Research Options
MA and PhD research can take many forms: traditional thesis, research creation, community based research, or a portfolio of varied voices and approaches.

Diverse Community
100+ faculty work with students ranging in age from their 20s to their 70s, arriving to the program from across Canada and around the world with a vast range of experience. Students and staff share in program governance.

Competitive Funding
To cover tuition and offset the cost of living, all students receive teaching and/or research placements, fellowships, awards, or paid professional development.

Meaningful Futures
Graduates find work as academics, artists, journalists, curators, and social advocates.

Contact us!

  • Dr. Jeffrey Brison is the recipient of this year’s Faculty of Arts and Science Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching. The award honours faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to promoting graduate student excellence through teaching, supervision, and mentorship at the graduate level.

    Read the full article here.

  • Cultural Studies at Queen’s: Celebrating the Class of November 2021

    read the article here.