Aging Activisms will be at the Trent Community Research Centre's Celebration of Community Research, presenting some of our media capsules from the Stories of Resistance and Resurgence in Nogojiwanong/Peterborough series! Event information: The Trent Community Research Centre is excited to share with you all the great research Trent University students have carried out this year in the service of our local community. Please join us this Friday to meet our students and learn ab
Our fourth talk in this year's feminist brown bag series (called “Intersections”) is just around the corner! This series is a space for discussions about research-in-progress and other ponderings. It is a space to share ideas and food. All are welcome! Please join us on Thursday March16th, 12 pm to 2 pm, in the Senior Common Room at Traill College. Dr. Sally Chivers will be presenting on "Cripping Care Advice."
On February 16-17, May will be participating in the Aging/Disability Nexus Symposium. She will present a talk titled, “Aging and disability in the context of AIDS: Reflections from community-based research with older women in South Africa." More about the Aging/Disability Nexus project: "The overall goal of the Aging/Disability Symposium is to bring together leading and emerging scholars in disability studies and cultural gerontology/critical aging studies to consider the emp
150 years since Confederation, and 100 years since equal votes, this panel discussion focuses on the successes and failures of feminism over the last 50 years and the likely future for gender politics. Moderated by Dr. May Chazan, this session will begin with an overview reflection from Professor Stevi Jackson, and then moves to responses and engagements from the panelists including Dr. Joan Sangster, Professor – GWST and Dawn Lavell-Harvard – Director, FPHL. WEDNESDAY, FEBR