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Three new courses in Indigenous Studies in January 2022

Dec 07, 2021

Queen’s University is partnering with Kenjgewin Teg Indigenous Educational Institute to jointly develop and offer three new courses in Indigenous studies in January 2022.   Kenjgewin Teg is an Indigenous-led educational institute at M'Chigeeng First Nation, on Mnid...

International Education at Queen's Conference

November 15 - 21, 2021 - Nov 09, 2021

Join students and educators across the country in celebrating International Education Week. The Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) and Student Academic Success Services (SASS) are proud to host a conference that seeks to empower our campus ...

DSC Co-Chairs look for volunteers

Nov 02, 2021

  Halle Zachary and Natalie Lane are the LLCU DSC (Department Student Council) Co-Presidents for the 2021-22 school year. Despite a slow start ( they were only hired a few weeks ago) they are hoping to build a thriving and successful committee for this year. T...

Justin Heenan recipient of 2021 Educator of the Year Award

Sep 02, 2021

Justin Heenan is a proud graduate from Queen's University with a degree in French and Spanish (BAH '15). He is a full time Teacher in the Durham District School Board. Justin also works as a Mental Health Counsellor in Private Practice and has developed the Justin Heenan Couns...

LING 100 lectures and tutorials in 2021-2022

Aug 06, 2021

Please note that in 2021-2022 academic year, LING 100 Introduction to Linguistics lectures in the FALL term will be remote. The tutorials, with the exception of tutorial 007 are in person.  In the WINTER term, LING 100 lectures and all tutorials are schedul...

Placements for CHIN and JAPN

Jul 28, 2021

Students registered in Chinese courses (CHIN 100, 200, and 300) and Japanese courses (JAPN 100 and 200) who have language background are required to take a placement test to be placed in an appropriate level. CHIN 100 and JAPN 100 is a course for students with no or little bac...

Eva Lee recipient of the Japan-Canada Kakehashi Project 2022

Jul 22, 2021

Eva (Jung Ho) Lee became Queen's second recipient of the Japan-Canada Kakehashi Project for 2022. Eva is a fourth year student in Computer Science and took JAPN 100 and JAPN 200 throughout her studies at Queen's. Eva will be a Teaching Assistant for JAPN 200 course in 2021-202...

Convocation Video

May 28, 2021

Congratulations for all that you have accomplished while managing the significant challenges and changes in your studies and your lives caused by the pandemic. This is an extraordinary achievement.

Interview with Javier Cercas

May 04, 2021

Dr. Claudio Palomares-Salas conducted an interview with a renowned Spanish author, Javier Cercas.

Major and Medial in Indigenous Studies

May 04, 2021

The BAH MAJ and BAH MED plans in Indigenous Studies is housed in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.  The plans combine courses from a wide range of departments (Art History; Biology; Drama; Economics; English, Film Studies; Gender Studies; Geography; G...

Launch of INDG301: Contemporary Indigenous Art's class zine

Dec 16, 2020

Welcome to our circle, in the form of the inaugural issue of the Sitting in Circle zine. This downloadable zine was produced by students of INDG301-001: Contemporary Indigenous Art in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures at Queen’s University and generously ...