Saturday, 14 July 2018

Feminist Legal Studies Queen's: Call for 2018-19 lecture series speakers

Feminist Legal Studies Queen's is a research group located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Its goals are to expand awareness and development of interdisciplinary scholarship in feminist legal studies by enabling access to new knowledge in this area at Queen's and by fostering formal links with researchers, lawyers, and activists working in related areas within Queen's University, in other universities in Canada and internationally, and within the legal and other professions. The FLSQ Lecture Series brings new and cutting edge issues to the Faculty of Law and the wider Queen's University community through a unique course featuring visiting lecturers in which law and nonlaw students at all levels may enroll and participate in the co-creation of innovative insights into contemporary legal, equality, development, and interdisciplinary work featuring feminist, Indigenous, antiracist, poverty reduction, and equality-promoting lectures. All those interested in presenting their work in this context are invited to send a brief overview of their proposed lecture. For information on past lecture series speakers and annual conferences, see the listings at Please send your expressions of interest or questions to the FLSQ codirectors, Kathleen Lahey Bita Amani