Professor Rinaldo Walcott is the Director of the Women & Gender Studies Institute. Rinaldo's research is founded in a philosophical orientation that is concerned with the ways in which coloniality shapes human relations across social and cultural time and focuses on Black cultural politics; histories of colonialism in the Americas, multiculturalism, citizenship, and diaspora; gender and sexuality; and social, cultural and public policy.
For Pride Month we're celebrating with some fabulous LGBTQ+ poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Here are five reads to round out your Pride reading!
To cap off Black History Month—and spark interest in some of the rad Black-authored books coming out this year—we took to independent publisher and essayist Scott Fraser whose work recently appeared in the anthology Black Writers Matter to find out what books he's excited ... Read more
With the long *cold* month of January almost behind us, we already have our sights set on February and that brings us to Black History Month. Check out this collection of 8 awesome reads that celebrate black Canadian authors and stories – part of Canada's rich and diverse ... Read more
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