Elaine Power, Department Head - Apr 22, 2021
Gender Studies joins with the Human Rights and Equity Office to stand with Black, Indigenous and racialized peoples in demanding an end to state violence, and the creation of permanent anti-racist structural change in the justice system.
Elaine Power, Department Head - Mar 18, 2021
I am saddened, horrified and enraged by the recent murders of Sarah Everard in the UK and of eight people in Atlanta, seven of whom were women and six of whom were women of Asian descent.
Department of Gender Studies - Jul 30, 2020
We are horrified, angered and saddened by the most recent acts of vandalism at 4D. We appreciate your weariness. We respect your ongoing willingness to stand in truth, integrity, and love against racism, homophobia, transphobia, and all forms of hatred.
Elaine Power, Department Head - Jun 16, 2020
I am writing on behalf of the Department of Gender Studies to support the petition initiated by Sebastian DeLine to change the name of Sir John A. Macdonald Hall to Patricia Monture Hall.
Elaine Power, Department Head - Jun 01, 2020
Events of the past week in the US and Toronto have created more opportunities to reflect on 400 years of colonialism; Black oppression; state violence against Black, Indigenous and radicalized people; and White supremacy in the northern parts of Turtle Island.
Elaine Power, Department Head - Apr 01, 2020
I am writing on behalf of the Department of Gender Studies, whose faculty members have unanimously charged me to ask you to reconsider your decision to not waive graduate tuition fees for the summer.
Elaine Power, Department Head - Feb 04, 2020
You may have already heard that some Queen’s students organized and attended a “coronavirus-themed” party on the weekend.
Department of Gender Studies - Oct 11, 2019
The Department of Gender Studies at Queen's University resolutely supports the right of sexual violence survivors to control their stories and their decisions.
Department of Gender Studies - Apr 10, 2019
The Department of Gender Studies strongly condemns the racist graffiti that appeared on the Queen's University and St. Lawrence College campuses on Friday, April 5.
Department of Gender Studies - Jan 18, 2019
The Department of Gender Studies at Queen’s University recognizes that we are situated on the territory of the Anishinaabek and Haudenosaunee Peoples who are the caretakers of this land.
Department of Gender Studies - Feb 02, 2017
The Department of Gender Studies at Queen’s University condemns the horrific terror attack that killed six Muslim men in Quebec City on Sunday and offers our condolences to the loved ones of those who perished.
Samantha King, Department Head - Nov 10, 2016
As we process our anger and grief at the outcome of the U.S. election, the Department of Gender Studies at Queen's University stands proudly in solidarity with black, indigenous, muslim, brown, undocumented, incarcerated, poor, disabled, trans, and queer peoples.