Applications are now open for the fall 2022 Walls to Bridges course “Tough Chicks: Representations of Women’s Strength and Anger in Popular Culture and Society.”
This will be the fifth Walls to Bridges course offered by Women’s and Gender Studies in the School of Social Work at South West Detention Centre. The classes are taught in jails, prison, and community correctional settings, bringing together students who have been incarcerated with those enrolled in university programs.
A free public lecture March 15 will explore police violence against Black women and girls in Canada.
Take our quiz on women’s history for a chance to win a prize package.
A free online event Thursday, Nov. 18, will mark the Nov. 20 Trans Day of Remembrance.
Nicholas Hrynyk examines gay ableist culture in an article published recently in Disability Studies Quarterly.
UWindsor instructor Urvashi Soni-Sinha contributed to the winner of the “best book” prize from the Canadian Association of Work and Labour Studies.
Women’s and Gender Studies announced winners of its 2021 awards last week.