The Department of Gender Studies is pleased to announce a new BA Minor and General in Black Studies. Details will be announced soon.
Recent Black Studies news
Gender Matters Speaker Series - Feb 08, 2017
Jenna Benchetrit, CBC News - Oct 31, 2021
"I think of this as long work rather than recent work," McKittrick said. "What Black scholars and activists have taught us, over time, is that the Black Canadian experience provides a meaningful window into how we understand liberation, belonging, scholarship, activism and more."
Oct 04, 2021
The Department of Gender Studies is pleased to announce Taylor Cenac as the new Black Studies Program and Administrative Assistant.
Aug 24, 2021
Reporting to the Department Manager, and receiving work direction from the Director of Black Studies, the Program and Administrative Assistant, Black Studies is responsible for the daily administration and operation of the Black Studies undergraduate program (BLCK Studies).
Aug 03, 2021
Black Studies, Gender Studies, and English are delighted to share Juliane Okot Bitek will be joining us as Assistant Professor of Black Creative Writing!
Jul 15, 2021
Black Studies is delighted to welcome Dr. Vanessa Thompson and Dr. Daniel McNeil to Queen’s University as Queen’s National Scholars!
Jun 04, 2021
The Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University is pleased to invite applications for three one-year Pre-Doctoral Fellowships for Black Studies Students.
May 04, 2021
Queen’s is advertising a number of faculty positions, in support of Queen’s interdisciplinary Black Studies program and the planned BA Minor/General in Black Studies.
Apr 13, 2021
The Departments of English and Gender Studies at Queen’s University invite applications for a Tenure-track or tenured position at an open rank (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor) with specialization in Black Creative Writing and Cultural Production.
Queen's Gazette - Dec 17, 2020
Dr. Adeniyi-Ogunyankin's research involves a comparative study of the impact of contemporary urban transformations on African youth identity, labour practices, psychosocial well-being and future orientation.
May 04, 2020
Queen’s University professor Katherine McKittrick has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as an International Honorary Member in social sciences.
Feb 28, 2020
Scholars in the Faculty of Arts and Science are looking forward to developing a new BA Minor/General in Black Studies with a target launch date of fall 2021.