News and Events

DEVS Teaching Assistant Opportunities for 2022/2023

Jun 15, 2022

The Department of Global Development Studies invites qualified graduate students to apply for a fall/winter term Teaching Assistantships.

Live, Study, and Learn at WITS in Johannesburg in Summer 2023

Jun 01, 2022

NEW! Live, Study, And Learn In Johannesburg: Summer Semester Abroad at “the best university in South Africa” (Wits). Earn 9.0 credits in two months of intensive classes and cultural site visits.

Term Adjunct Position-DEVS 364: The (De) Colonial Struggle

Jun 01, 2022

The Department of Global Development Studies invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course entitled The (De) Colonial Struggle (DEVS 364).

12 Eventful Days in Havana - Renewing Experiential Education Abroad

Karen Dubinsky and Susan Lord (Queen's University) - May 31, 2022

In March 2020 Cuban jazz pianist Aldo López-Gavilán performed at Queen’s University, in what was the last live concert many of us saw for the next 2 years. The audience included 30 students who learned the next day we could not continue our Cuban Culture course in Havana.

South Asian migrant workers tell their own stories in digital archive

May 30, 2022

CBC's All in a Day with Alan Neal spoke with Dr. Reena Kukreja on May 30, 2022 about her research project in relation to South Asian migrant workers telling their own stories in a digital archive.

Why you should consider DEVS as your program at Queen's University?

May 05, 2022

Dr. Marcus Taylor provides an overview of how you can develop leading skills and knowledge required for a changing world by choosing DEVS as your Major!

Dr. Reena Kukreja publishes her book "Why Would I Be Married Here?"

May 04, 2022

The Department of Global Development Studies congratulates Dr. Reena Kukreja on the publication of her new monograph “Why Would I Be Married Here?” published by Cornell University Press.

The first "This Is Evidence" exhibition held in Athens, Greece

Apr 18, 2022

This Is Evidence: Re-Picturing South Asian Migrant Men in Greece is a multi-media installation that features four groups of Bangladeshi and Pakistani migrant men living and working in Greece.

Dr. Rebecca Hall publishes her book "Refracted Economies"

Jan 27, 2022

The Department of Global Development Studies congratulates Dr. Rebecca Hall on the publication of her first book “Refracted Economies: Diamond Mining and Social Reproduction in the North” published by University of Toronto Press.

Professor Susanne Soederberg awarded the IPEG 2021 Book Prize

Jan 06, 2022

Congratulations to Dr. Susanne Soederberg on being awarded the International Political Economy (IPEG) Book Prize for her book Urban Displacements (published by Routledge).

Dr. Karen Dubinsky and Dr. Susan Lord Win Prestigious Panorama Award

Nov 15, 2021

DEVS professor Karen Dubinsky and film professor Susan Lord were recognized for providing leadership in innovation and excellence in international education for their work on DEVS 306 Cuban Culture and Society.

Ontario Historical Society J.J. Talman Award Presented to Scott Rutherford

Oct 28, 2021

OHS J.J. Talman Award Presented to Scott Rutherford for Canada’s Other Red Scare: Indigenous Protest and Colonial Encounters during the Global Sixties