Kingston Book Launches: Celebrate new books and research in Black Studies
Black Studies Inauguration: Celebrate the launch of the Black Studies Program
Jul 13, 2023
This issue features a spotlight on staff, announces a new way to buy GNDS/BLCK swag, and includes student profiles, faculty updates, and other exciting news!
Apr 21, 2023
We stand with the people of Sudan who want a civilian-led government and a people’s democracy with no military involvement, and all those who struggle against the global (U.S. and Western lead) military industrial complex and are building peaceful and non-violent futures.
Mar 13, 2023
The final Gender Matters Speakers Series event of the 2022-23 academic year will be a Poetry Reading from Chloé Savoie-Bernard and Juliane Okot Bitek
Mar 08, 2023
For International Women’s Day, Gender Studies and Black Studies are celebrating abolition! We have compiled a brief bibliography of key thinkers, inspiring ideas, and activist dreams.
Feb 08, 2023
Gender Studies and Black Studies support black students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are living through and with the racist incidents uncovered during the AMS debate on February 2, 2023.
Jan 30, 2023
Join Milka Njoroge, Yaniya Lee, and Katherine McKittrick for a conversation about the incomplete and urgent worlds initiated during what Sylvia Wynter calls “The Sixties.” We will be thinking about books, designs, stories, and the connections between unspeakable beauty and freedo
Jan 25, 2023
For this Black History/Black Futures Month Katherine McKittrick and Kendall Witaszek asked Bianca Beauchemin, Channon Oyeniran, Leeza James, Timothy Yanick Hunter, and Nataleah Hunter-Young what they are reading, listening to, and moving to.
Jan 11, 2023
Aysegul Kayagil will be presenting the talk: "Race in the Making of Hegemonic Turkishness."
Dec 19, 2022
This issue announces an Alumni Survey, spotlights Black Studies, celebrates our Fall MA graduates, and provides faculty, staff, alumni updates, and more.
Nov 16, 2022
Natasha Henry-Dixon will be presenting the talk: "One Too Many: The Lives and Experiences of the Enslaved in Upper Canada."