CBC News - Me Too Movement

Listen to the interview given by Dr. Jennifer Chisholm and CBC news.

Click here for the link.

Congratulations to Robyn Pepin!

Robyn successfully defended her PhD dissertation proposal,  'The Ontario Anti-Bullying Framework and Its Potential Impact on Indigenous Students' and will begin her fieldwork in 2018! We are happy to have as a sessional instructor this term.

The Women's Studies Department joins Canada's Women's and Gender Studies et recherches féministes in condemnation of recent anti-Muslim violence

January 30, 2017

Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féminstes condemns in the strongest way the anti-Muslim events that have unfolded over the weekend: the travel ban in the US and the confusion and disarray this has engendered, and the shootings yesterday at a Québec City mosque. As an academic association dedicated to the critical analysis of identity and power, we denounce acts and rhetorics designed to create divisiveness and intolerance. The tragic events of people being targeted for who they are goes against all principles of human and social justice that our association reflects, as well as broader Canadian values based on diversity, inclusion and respect for which this association stands. We offer our deepest sympathy to everyone targeted by these related events, and our full and ongoing support to everyone fighting against them. Together, united in our differences, we will continue to work, in collaboration with others, towards a more just and equitable world for all.

Northern Woman's Bookstore and Women's Studies program co-founder to be granted an Honorary Doctorate of Letters

Many heartfelt congratulations to Margaret Phillips, co-founder of the Northern Woman's Bookstore http://www.northernwomansbookstore.ca/ and a member of the Advisory Committee that formed the first Women's Studies program at Lakehead! Thank you, Margaret, for all your hard work over the years to ensure women's voices are part of post-secondary education and the community.

On-Campus Job Posting WS 1100YB - Introduction to Women's Studies

WINTER TERM 2015

(January 5, 2015 – April 7, 2015) 

Minimum Qualifications: A relevant M.A. and related teaching experience

Preferred Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Women’s Studies with related teaching experience and record of peer-reviewed research that reflects feminist theory and methods.

All applicants must include a cover letter outlining qualifications, curriculum vitae, and documentation demonstrating teaching effectiveness. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

 To apply, please send a PDF to: Melissa Hrabok, Administrative Assistant, Women’s Studies

                                                 807-343-8625 or WomensStudies@lakeheadu.ca

NOTE: ALL POSTINGS ARE SUBJECT TO BUDGETARY APPROVAL.

POSTING DATE: 03 NOVEMBER 2014                       CLOSING DATE: 17 NOVEMBER 2014 12:00PM

  Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified.

Book Launch!

September 2016 Newsletter

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