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Summer Institute

WSDB 398 GA (3 credits)

Selected Topics in Women’s Studies: Summer Institute 

Calendar description

The Summer Institute is an intensive feminist course approached from a multi-disciplinary perspective (humanities, social sciences, visual and performing arts). Undergraduate and graduate students and community members are welcome to attend, either for credit or as a conference. The Summer Institute consists of workshops, panels and discussions led by a diverse group of instructors and speakers within and outside Concordia.

Registration and information for the Summer Institute is made available in March. 

For more information, contact the Summer Institute Director.

The theme of each Summer Institute is determined by the course director and instructor.

Past Summer Institute special topics and themes

  • 2023 Community-driven Feminist Research on Refugees/Migrants (G. Mahrouse)
  • 2022 Critical Feminist Methodologies on Travel, Migration, and Mobility Justice (G. Mahrouse)
  • 2021 Departures, Arrivals, Encounters: Feminist Approaches to Migration and Mobility Justice (G. Mahrouse)
  • 2019 Feminist Activism and the Health Industries (G. Rail)
  • 2018 Unsettling Feminisms: Mobilisation, Resistance, Creation (G. Rail)
  • 2017 Mobilizing (IN)Visible Bodies (G. Rail)
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