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End of 2019 thoughts- see you in 2020!

Thank you everyone who came to the first 19 events of our series! We look forward to seeing you in 2020 for more events. Click on our event schedule to find out about upcoming lectures and workshops!

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Fall 2019 Schedule

Please check out our updated event schedule. We already have more than 22 events scheduled for the year!

Please continue to follow our page here and on Facebook for the most up-to-date information. We are committed to making our events as accessible as possible. Accessibility information is included on each event link.

Updated Event Schedule

Check out our updated event schedule. We already have 8 newly confirmed upcoming events with more to follow!

Please note, more information will be released closer to each event. Please continue to follow our page here and on Facebook for the most up-to-date information. We are committed to making our events as accessible as possible and will provide updates about mobility accessibility once we have our room bookings confirmed. Thank you for your patience.

Suzanne Kite on May 14 on Nonhuman Futures: Ethical Frameworks for AI

Our next event is on May 14th with Suzanne Kite! She will be giving a presentation entitled, Nonhuman Futures: Ethical Frameworks for AI. She will be speaking about her work on Indigenous Protocols for AI.

Kite aka Suzanne Kite is an Oglala Lakota performance artist, visual artist, and composer raised in Southern California, with a BFA from CalArts in music composition, an MFA from Bard College’s Milton Avery Graduate School, and is a PhD student at Concordia University and Research Assistant for the Initiative for Indigenous Futures. Her research is concerned with contemporary Lakota epistemologies through research-creation, computational media, and performance practice. Recently, Kite has been developing a body interface for movement performances, carbon fiber sculptures, immersive video & sound installations, as well as co-running the experimental electronic imprint, Unheard Records. For more information on her work:

Good News!

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) has awarded us the Connection Grant for the speaker series on Feminist and Accessible Publishing and Communications Technologies!

This large grant will enable us to bring so many fantastic speakers for the rest of 2019!!!

Kristen Hogan on Feminist Bookstores on March 15 and 16

Kristen Hogan, author of "The Feminist Bookstore Movement: Lesbian Antiracism and Feminist Accountability," will be speaking about her work at McGill University on March 15th at 4 PM and at Montreal's feminist bookstore, L'Euguélionne on March 16th .

Kristen Hogan is the Barnard Library and Academic Information SystemsDirector for Collections Strategy and Library Operations. At the University of Texas, she served as the English Literature and Women’s and Gender Studies Librarian, the Associate Director of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, and most recently as the Education Coordinator of the Gender and Sexuality Center. She has also worked in feminist bookstores, including as book buyer and co-manager of the Toronto Women’s Bookstore, a racial justice-based and trans affirming feminist bookstore. Kristen loves to learn about, discuss, and work toward racial justice-based queer feminism in everyday life. Her book, The Feminist Bookstore Movement: Lesbian Ant…