Studying and Researching Gender at Trinity Western University
Our students must be prepared to be sensitive to the nuances of gender in both the private and public sectors. The Gender Studies Institute fosters interdisciplinary teaching, intellectual dialogue, research, and collaboration in all areas of gender studies. The interdisciplinary nature of the institute will enable TWU scholars to collaboratively address with students gender issues that come out of every discipline, such as domestic violence, child abuse, and gendered visions of care, exploring how categories such as class, race, and gender intersect, to train leaders who will enjoy and foster restorative gendered relationships. The role of our Christian faith in the working out of gender in all aspects of life will inform our teaching and research.
Recent Book Publication by GSI scholar and GSI Advisory Board member: Dorothy M. Peters with Christine S. Kampen. Daughters in the House of Jacob: A Memoir of Migration. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred Productions, 2016.
|Allyson Jule, Ph.D.||Robynne Healey, Ph.D.||Bob Doede, Ph.D.||Holly Faith Nelson, Ph.D.|