Women’s and Gender Studies

image of First Nations designAn open mic night Monday will feature poetry and prose from around the world.

Open mic night to cross cultural boundaries

A teepee in the Campus Community Garden is the setting for an evening of poetry from all over the world tonight—Monday, October 3.

The event, entitled “The alchemy machine: poetry global,” is also open to spoken word performance, readings of prose or the work of a favourite author, says organizer Richard Douglass-Chin, a professor in the Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing.

Renée BondyUWindsor women’s and gender studies instructor Renée Bondy will discuss the life and career of Agnes Macphail in a webinar Wednesday.

Webinar to discuss Canada’s first woman MP

UWindsor women’s and gender studies instructor Renée Bondy will discuss the life and career of Agnes Macphail in a webinar Wednesday.

Lectures to consider issues of reproductive justice

Two events in the Distinguished Visitors in Women’s Studies series will consider issues of reproductive rights, Tuesday and Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

On Tuesday, October 6, Kathleen Pye will share her insights on how these issues affect our thinking about motherhood in “Parenting, Adoption, and Abortion: Reprojustice including all options.” Pye is past chair of Reproductive Justice New Brunswick, a group which fought to preserve reproductive rights and services in the Maritimes.