Feminist Lunchtime Talks - Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV

27 Nov 2017 - 12:34pm
Poster - Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV

Tea Time: Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV is a transnational, community-building, cross-media project organized by artist, Jessica Lynn Whitbread that functions as an interpersonal space for women with HIV to network, self-advocate, and share their experiences. Mercy Lillian Gichuki, a UTM WGS graduate, will discuss her experience in the public health sector, working with women living with HIV, survivors of gender-based and sexual violence, newcomers, refugees, and non-status women.

Rebecca Wittmann: Engaging with the Past - View to the U Podcast

9 Nov 2017 - 9:18am

Dr. Rebecca Wittmann was recently interviewed by Carla DeMarco, Communications & Grants Manager, Office of the Vice-Principal Research at UTM for the View to the U podcast. Listen here.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Ancient History

27 Oct 2017 - 1:17pm

The Department of Historical Studies at the University of Toronto invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow in Ancient History. Please see here for the PDF and below for the posting information. This posting is open until December 11, 2017.


The appointment will begin on 01 July 2018. The post is initially funded for 12 months, with a possibility of renewal after successful review.

New Undergraduate Journal! Women, Culture, & Society Undergraduate Review

5 Oct 2017 - 1:38pm

The purpose of this journal is to aggregate and showcase leading scholarship about women's issues produced by undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by University of Toronto professors! For more information and submission guidelines please read more here.

WGS & UTFA Welcome Dr. Homa Hoodfar September 26th

19 Sep 2017 - 10:45am
Homa Hoodfar - Event Poster, September 26, 2017, 4pm, Spigel Hall

The Department of Women and Gender Studies and the University of Toronto Faculty Association welcome Professor Homa Hoodfar, in celebration of her one year release from a Tehran prision. Professor Hoodfar's primary research and expertise lies in legal and political anthropology. She examines the intersection of the political economy, gender and citizenship rights, women's formal and informal politics, and the public sphere, in Muslim contexts.