Tag: Gender and Women’s Studies

July 2021

Online Talk: Unlearning the Gender Binary and Affirming Gender Diversity on Campus

Wednesday, July 21st, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Poster for talk with picture of Dr. Corinne Mason on left and event title, "Unlearning the Gender Binary and Affirming Greater Diversity on Campus."

In this online session, Dr. Corinne L. Mason will explain how the gender binary functions and how it impacts all genders on campus.

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March 2019

Author Visit: Cid V. Brunet

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
He Oyate Tawapi (Ceremony Room), Health Studies Complex, Room 141
Event poster features the words Statues of Lions in Red, with The Creative Memoir of a Stripper written below in black. The background is gold coloured with a faint line drawing of a lion

Statues of Lions is the creative memoir of a stripper, sharing Brunet’s eight years of experience in the industry. The content focuses on her relationship to her work, which at times has been exploitative, and at other times, exciting and nourishing.

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February 2019

Public Lecture: Michelle Klyne and Dr. Marie-Andrée Bergeron

Thursday, February 7th, 2019 @ 1:40 pm - 4:30 pm
Clark Hall, Room 001

Gender & Women's Studies with the Margaret Laurence Endowment Fund presents: Michelle Klyne will speak from her own experiences about human trafficking, gender equality, and Two Spirit identity. Dr. Marie-Andrée Bergeron will discuss Marxist ideology and the rise of feminist magazines in Quebec in her talk, “Between Comrades. Deictics of Marxism in Québécoises Deboutte!” Complimentary snacks will […]

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