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, Co-Director of TWU's Gender Studies Institute, wins prestigious award. See article.
Mars Hill Article, Bringing stories of missing indigenous women close to home , September 2015
In June 2015, at Congress in Ottawa, Dr. Allyson Jule, Co-Director of TWU's Gender Studies Institute, was elected President Elect for the Canadian Association: Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Feministes (WGSRF). Her term as President Elect will be 2015 – 2016 and her role as President will be 2016 – 2018. See: http://www.wgsrf.com/
The association was founded in 1982 as the Canadian-wide, bilingual, professional association of Women's and Gender Studies practitioners in Canada. It is composed largely of academic faculty across Canada, in addition to graduate and undergraduate students, community activists, and policy researchers -- but is open to everyone who supports its mission and goals. The WGSRF is a member association of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences/la fédération canadienne des sciences humaines.
The goals of the WGSRF are to promote and foster Women's and Gender Studies (under all its myriad names) as an academic field and to build a network of its practitioners across Canada, in both languages. The association encourages a wide definition of Women's and Gender Studies as a field of study and aims to aid those teaching and researching in the field in a variety of locations.
Congratulations to Dr. Allyson Jule, of TWU, who, along with and Dr. Bettina Tate Pedersen, edited the book, Facing Challenges: Feminism in Christian Higher Education and Other Places. Featuring essays by TWU faculty members and graduate student: Dr. Allyson Jule (Education), Dr. Bob Doede (Philosophy), Dr. Holly Faith Nelson (English), and Alethea Cook (English MAIH program)
Congratulations to Gender Studies Institute, Co-Director, Dr. Allyson Jule, who has Edited a new book,Shifting Visions: Gender and Discourses.
MARS HILL ISSUE ABOUT GENDER. FEBRUARY 2015.
Dr. Janelle Kwee, Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology at Trinity Western University and GSI scholar, has been selected as the Canadian Psychological Association’s Feminist Mentor of the year. She will receive the award on June 13, 2013 at the CPA conference in Quebec City at the meeting of the Section on Women and Psychology. The Canadian Psychological Association writes that “the purpose of the is to recognize feminist supervisors who have promoted the advancement of their students through exceptional mentoring.”