Department of Gender Studies

Department of Gender Studies
Department of Gender Studies
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Gender Matters: Black Studies at Queen's, Feb 8

Gender Matters: February 8, 2017  Imagining Black Studies at Queen's

A Conversation with Beverley Mullings, Stephanie Simpson, Barrington Walker, Asha Varadharajan and Katherine McKittrick.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 12-1pm Mac-Corry D326

The field of black studies is a complex field, understanding blackness as relational and situating black activist and intellectual

life as intimately connected to a range of nonblack radical struggles. This conversation has two orienting questions:


Jan 25, 2017 Teach! Organize! Resist! A Post-Inauguration Roundtable

January 25, 2017 Teach! Organize! A Post-Inauguration Roundtable

2:30-4:00pm Mac-Corry B-125

Speakers to include:

Grant Amyot, Department of Political Studies
Ariel Salzmann, Department of History
Eleanor MacDonald, Department of Political Studies
Beverley Mullings, Department of Geography

Co-hosted by the Department of Gender Studies and the Cultural Studies Program



MA Symposium Friday Oct 28

Gender Studies 2016 Graduate Symposium

Please join us on Friday, October 28, 2016, for the 2016 Graduate Symposium from 9:45am to 12:00 noon

John Orr Room, John Deutsch University Centre

Christopher Bennett: "Performing Trauma/Performing Whiteness: The Representation of Trauma in the It Gets Better Project"

Yaniya Lee Lacharite: “When And Where We Enter: Situating the Absented Presence of Black Visual Arts in Canada”