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.
Challenging Trafficking in Canada: Policy Brief (2017), edited by Dr. Kamala Kempadoo and Nicole McFadyen (coordinators), Phillip Pilon, Andrea Sterling and Alex Mackenzie.
Congratulations to the Joint Winners of the 2016-17 Mary McEwan Memorial Award, Dr. Funke Aladejebi and Dr. Rebecca Hall!
The 2016-17 CFR Annual Newsletter is now available.
The timeline of York University Women's Studies History, inception - 2011, created by Dr. Rusty Shteir with Nataly Kim and Tasia Alexopoulos.