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The Department of Gender Studies is committed to interdisciplinary, historical and transnational research and teaching grounded in feminist, anti-racist, Indigenous, postcolonial, queer, trans, and social justice studies. Gender Studies at Queen’s is distinguished by the central place that critical race frameworks occupy within our degree programs. All our courses, across levels and topics, incorporate critical race analysis as part of an intersectional lens. Students, faculty, and staff within Gender Studies are also immersed in scholarship and activism across local, national, and global contexts. There are four central pillars undergirding our curriculum: feminist theories and methodologies; postcolonial, Indigenous and diasporic communities; activism, social justice and political economy; and representation, art and literatures.

Thesis statment on queen elizabeth i

thesis statment on queen elizabeth i

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