On 31 March, Professor Sarah Kember, Professor of New Technologies of Communication at the University of London engaged and entertained a McGill audience with her IGSF guest lecture, "Ubiquitous Women: Everywhere, Everyware and Everywear". Catch the full talk and following Q&A online now at McGill's BCoolTV channel.
Work in Progress – Grace Fong and Song Shi: Patterns of Selection and Distribution: Application of Digital Tools on Metadata in the Ming Qing Women’s Writings Database
Our Work in Progress Series continues with Grace Fong and Song Shi (East Asian Studies) who will present ongoing development of the Ming-Qing Women’s Writing database, McGill’s premiere digital archive.
Canadian Muslim women speak on the Quebec Charter and Other Challenges: Perspectives on Identity, Civic Participation and Gender Issues
This public seminar will provide a glimpse into the lives of Muslim women to illustrate how they are navigating through the challenges arising from the current developments in the social and political spheres as active members of the Canadian society. The seminar will commence with brief talks by three invited speakers, followed by an interactive discussion session.
With 230 million users, Twitter has become a global force in social media. And not just in English.
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A day-long graduate and post-graduate conference jointly organized by the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) at McGill University, Media@McGill, The HTMlles 10, and Studio XX.