The Centre for Feminist Research/ Le centre de recherches féministes promotes feminist activities and collaborative research at York University and works to establish research linkages between York scholars and local, national, international and transnational communities. Feminist research is conceived of in broad terms, as being concerned with issues of women, gender, class, ‘race’, sexuality, ability and feminism.
- CFR Co-Sponsored: CFR Co-Sponsored: From Eunuchs to Transsexuals: (Un)mapping Histories of Science and Sexuality in Modern China, February 23, 2018
- CFR Co-Sponsored: New Frontiers: Canada’s largest and longest-running graduate history conference, Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 February 2018
- CFR Co-Sponsored: Community Screening of Variety Survival Talkshow 버라이어티 생존토크쇼 & Conversations with the Director JO Se-young and Korean feminist activist-scholars, March 10, 2018
- CFR Presents: Trans Matters: Interdisciplinary Trans Studies Graduate Conference, April 26-27, 2018
Challenging Trafficking in Canada: Policy Brief (2017), edited by Dr. Kamala Kempadoo and Nicole McFadyen (coordinators), Phillip Pilon, Andrea Sterling and Alex Mackenzie.
The Center for Feminist Research will be closed during York's Reading Week (February 17-23, 2018), and will re-open on Monday, February 26, 2018. CFR Director and Coordinator will be out of the office and unavailable over email during this time.
As the closure falls on the Thursday, February 22 circulation date of the CFR biweekly newsletter, the newsletter will be sent out on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 instead.