Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary program that brings to light contemporary and historical critical issues centred on women, gender, and/or feminism. The program provides students with opportunities to explore the meanings and intersections of such categories as gender, 'race', class, sexual orientation, age, ability, citizenship, and national identity for example, and to examine how such categories might inform and reproduce power relationships.
Students must see an adviser in Women's Studies at a minimum upon registering in WMST and prior to selecting courses for the final year of study.
For further information concerning courses, consult the IGSF Teaching Programs Handbook available from the IGSF or online at www.mcgill.ca/igsf. The most up-to-date information concerning courses will be on the website.
|Elizabeth Groeneveld; Ph.D.(Guelph)|
|Vrinda Narain; Ph.D.(McG.) (joint appt. with IGSF, Women's Studies, Faculty of Arts, and Faculty of Law)|
|Professor Vrinda Narain (IGSF, Women's Studies, Faculty of Arts, and Faculty of Law)|
|Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator (Student Adviser)|
|Faculty of Arts Representatives|
|Assistant Professor Adrienne Hurley (East Asian Studies)|
|Professor Berkeley Kaite (English)|
|Professor Alanna Thain (English)|
|Representatives from Other Faculties|
|Professor Ada Sinacore (Dept. of Educational and Counselling Psychology, Faculty of Education)|
|Professor Davesh Soneji (Faculty of Religious Studies)|
|Professor Carrie Rentschler, Director, IGSF (Art History and Communication Studies)|
This Minor concentration may be expanded to the Major Concentration Women's Studies.
For more information, see Minor Concentration Women's Studies (18 credits).
For more information, see Major Concentration Women's Studies (36 credits).
This Honours program offers a degree of analysis and depth of contemporary and historical critical issues centred on women, gender, and/or feminism beyond that of the Major concentration. The Honours culminates in the completion of an Honours thesis, supervised by a Faculty member. Students secure the approval of a potential thesis adviser during the year before ...
For more information, see Honours Women's Studies (57 credits).
Students wishing to study at the Honours level in two disciplines can combine Joint Honours program components in any two Arts disciplines. For a list of available Joint Honours programs, see "Overview of Programs Offered" and "Joint Honours Programs." Joint Honours students should consult an adviser in each department to discuss their course selection and ...
For more information, see Joint Honours Component Women's Studies (36 credits).