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The Harriet Tubman Institute’s BHM 2021 - Interrogating Blackness

A collaboration - HTI (Harriet Tubman Institute - York University); CFR (Centre for Feminist Research - York University); PACE (Pan African Collaboration for Excellence - University of Alberta).Register for this event: https://laps.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=1032624

The Harriet Tubman Institute’s BHM 2021 - Experiencing Blackness

A collaboration - HTI (Harriet Tubman Institute - York University); CFR (Centre for Feminist Research - York University); PACE (Pan African Collaboration for Excellence - University of Alberta). https://laps.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=1032730.

Femme Scholars Series – February 24 with Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin

Femme Theory: How Queer Femininities Can Help to Re-Think Gender and Power Registration: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIkf-uppjMuGd22TE6OHRqMxXJXDWswabz3 You will receive a link to join the meeting after registering Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin is an Ontario Women’s Health Scholar and an AMTD Global Talent postdoctoral fellow at the University of Waterloo where she is cross appointed to the departments […]

"Hawaiian Decolonization and the Enduring Question of Feminism" with J. Kēhaulani Kauanui

Indigenous Women's Speakers Series on Health and Decolonisation Presented by The Faculty of Health and the Centre for Feminist Research Join: www.bit.ly/hawaiiandecolonizationPassword: 380453 Related to a new book project (in-progress), this presentation will address the politics of contemporary Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) women’s nationalist activism, which includes the construction and deployment of cultural discourses of […]

Femme Scholars Series - March 17 with Allison Taylor

"You Have To Have A Pretty Face": Queer Fat Femme Negotiations Of Fat Femininity Registration: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMlceyrqzItGtFD5KTp8UFtdEFqI0nG_rfD Co-Sponsored by Sexuality Studies Allison Taylor is a PhD candidate in the department of Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University. Taylor’s SSHRC-funded, doctoral research explores queer fat femme identities, embodiments, and negotiations of femmephobia, fatphobia, and other […]

Spotlight on Islamophobia Series

Disrupting Islamophobia and Intersecting Oppressions in K-12 Schooling Registration: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkduCtrzgvG9KaNA1481rU0HzaIQH72Q9l Speakers:Omar Zia (School Administrator, Peel District School Board) Gilary Massa (Human Rights and Outreach Officer, Toronto District School Board) Amira Elghawaby (Journalist and Human Rights Advocate)Samiya Ahmed (Parent and Community Activist) Moderators:Vidya Shah and Sayema Chowdhury Description:Despite a diversity of histories and lived realities, this webinar explores […]

2021 Visiting Scholar in Sexuality Studies Talk

Femmeship: Political Alliances, Communities of Care, and Friendship in Femme Internet Culture – by Dr. Andi Schwartz Hosted by the Centre for Feminist Research and The Sexuality Studies Program Registration: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwkdeygqT8iEtC4qSyuxccxMRQA8065NAcp Dr. Andi Schwartz is the 2020-2021 Visiting Scholar in Sexuality Studies at York University. She has a PhD in Gender, Feminist, and Women's Studies […]

Spotlight on Islamophobia Series

Islamophobia and Anti-Blackness Please Register in Advance: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrdemvrDgvHNG_ezbjvFz43gDRyaGmo7iWAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Speakers: Na'ima Robert A trail-blazing speaker, coach and best-selling author of ‘From My Sisters’ Lips’, as well as over 25 other books that have been translated into over 14 languages. She is the recipient of […]

Stripping Away the Body: Prospects for Reimagining Race in International Relations

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://yorku.zoom.us/j/91267712551?pwd=Ri9ENGRwbDA3bHRtcDU2K1Fqcm1qUT09 International relations has yet to reckon with its colonial and racist foundations, with few exceptions (Hall 2020; Persaud and Sajed 2018; Persaud and Walker 2001; Persaud and Walker 2015). Analyses of race in IR are rare, although tacitly informing the field from its inception (Vitalis 2017; Harper-Shipman and Gordon 2020; Anievas, Manchanda, […]

Femme Scholars Series with Laura Brightwell

Resistance and Reinvention: Femmes’ Negotiations of Cultural Discourses About Femininity Registration: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrduqoqD0qE9TirSbjeZiFVBojHDPW0f1i You will receive a link to join the meeting after registering Laura Brightwell is a PhD candidate in Gender, Feminist, & Womens Studies at York University. She is a recipient of the Provost Dissertation Scholarship and a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship. She researches femme […]

Unpacking Narratives around Witchcraft Accusations in Ghana

Please note: 1:00pm - 2:30pm GMT Register in advance for this meeting:https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pceqsrTsiH9cWvpl5sswscn7k-9NxPeIy After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Witchcraft accusations in Ghana are gendered and are part of the discrimination that women face under patriarchal systems. This webinar brings together Ghanaian scholars to discuss witchcraft accusations, witch […]