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SELF-DEFENCE WORKSHOPS


Join professor Jamie Magnusson for an amazing self-defence workshop! Please feel free to share! Advertisements

Wonderful Women Writers Event: Oct 23


Dear all, This is a reminder for our Wonderful Women Writers event coming up next Monday, October 23rd. Hope to see you there! Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE) Office Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 12:00pm – 5pm Room 2-225, OISE, University of…

FAC Feminist Art Residency, deadline: December 15th


FAC Feminist Art Residency Calling on feminists that strongly identify as intersectional for a 10 day artist residency on Toronto Island – May 14th to May 24th. The FAC residency will gather artists together who focus on social justice issues such as rape culture,…

BLACK AT UOFT: Solidarity Action for Mizzou‏


The Centre for Women¹s Studies in Education is supporting the Black at UofT: Solidarity Action for Mizzou What are the experiences of Black undergrads, grad students, faculty and staff at the University of Toronto? What does anti-Black racism look like within this institution? With #BlackOnCampus events happening…

March 12: Spaces of Indigenous Artistry‏


CWSE-SpacesOfIndigenousArtistry   The next session in our Women/Embodiment, Environments and the Arts Series is this Tuesday, March 12! Spaces of Indigenous Artistry, with Dr. Jill Carter Using her 2011 Nuit Blanche performance and embodied theatre practice, Dr. Carter will speak as an artist and…

Our Women & the Environment Series Continues with a Screening of Toxic Trespass‏


CWSE-ToxicTrespass Presenting session two of our Women/Embodiment, Environments, and the Arts series A seminar series about creative physicality in reaction to, and construction of, blended social and designed environments. Session Two: Screening of “Toxic Trespass” In Toxic Trespass director Barri Cohen launches an investigation…

15th Annual DNB Lecture: Patricia Nyaundi on Opening Truth Commissions to Women’s Truths


CWSE-PatriciaNyaundi The Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE) presents The 15th Annual Dame Nita Barrow Lecture Patricia Nyaundi Executive Officer of the of Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission Same Song, Different Notes: Opening Truth Commissions to Women’s Truths November 21, 2012, 7pm…

Our Feminist Media Studies Circle Returns, with “Horror Films & the Female Monster”‏


CWSE Media Studies Circle Our Feminist Media Studies Circle is back! Facilitated by OISE students Andrea Weedenburg and Eve Dufour Join us for feminist discussions on monthly themes

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