feminist questions for tangled times
For the past 40 years, WGSI has trained students to think about the entanglements of gender, race and sexuality. Our teaching and research is distinctive for its transnational feminist approach, critically addressing how national borders, colonialisms, labour, and migration shape life, knowledge, and politics.
- Opinion: Silencing charities isn’t the answer
On August 9, 2014, the Edmonton Journal featured an article written by WGSI graduate Joanne Cave. The Canada Revenue Agency’s political audit crackdown limits charities’ independence, constrains their ideological stances and paralyzes innovation, writes Joanne Cave. Read the Read more
- WGSI Community Knowledge Alliance Event – No More Silence – May 24 @ 5:30
Please join the WGSI Community Knowledge Alliance event No More Silence, Families of Sisters in Spirit, the Native Youth Sexual Health Networks & Sarah Hunt, Tanya Kappo, Monica Forrester and Maryanne Pearce on Community-Based Responses to Violence. The event will … Read more
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