Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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COVID-19 Resources for Graduate Students

 

 

Hello Cultural Studies.  We are working to gather resources to help our students, faculty and staff navigate the ongoing changes related to COVID-19.  Please don't hesitate to contact us at cs.admin@queensu.ca if you have additional questions and/or if you would like to recommend an update/addition to this page:

COVID-19 FAQ on Research Ethics: https://www.queensu.ca/vpr/covid-19/research-ethics

Queen’s National Scholar in Anishinaabe Language, Knowledge and Culture (ALKC)

 

Queen's National Scholar - Assistant or Associate Professor in Anishinaabe Language, Knowledge and Culture (ALKC)

 

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, the Department of Philosophy, and the Graduate Program in Cultural Studies seek applications for a position at the rank of Assistant (tenure-track) or Associate Professor (tenured) in Anishinaabe Language, Knowledge and Culture under the auspices of the Queen’s National Scholar program at Queen’s University. 

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE

Cultural Studies Program, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON CAN K7L 3N6

The Graduate Program in Cultural Studies will offer 3 micro/focused courses in 2019-2020.  Each course has a weight of 1.0 unit (1/3 of a regular 1 term course).  The Program invites applications and proposals from suitably qualified regular and adjunct faculty candidates affiliated with the Cultural Studies Graduate Program interested in teaching the following micro/focused Graduate Course: 

Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts: January 5 through April 7 at the Agnes

Over the course of four months—from January to April, 2019—Queen’s University, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts will host an unprecedented series of connected events that seek to fill these spaces and the outdoor spaces that surround them with Indigenous art, performance, and discussions on Indigenous resurgence. The Ka’tarohkwi Festival of Indigenous Arts is curated by writer, scholar, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts at Queen’s University, Dylan Robinson (Stó:lō).

Angela Silver, CUST PhD, wins Montreal’s Place des Montréalaises design competition

The city of Montreal recently announced the winners of a design competition launched last year to find a concept that would properly honour 21 women from Montreal - artist and CUST PhD student Angela Silver and firms Lemay and SNC-Lavalin were chosen by an 11-person jury because of their concept’s “serenity, calmness, and poetry.'

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