Joint Chair in Women's Studies, University of Ottawa and Carleton University

In 1985, the Office of the Secretary of State created a Joint Chair in Women's Studies at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. Working in both French and English, the incumbent of the Joint Chair in Women's Studies at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University, teaches, engages in research and participates in appropriate committees and events on both campuses. She acts as a resource person on women's issues and feminist research at both universities. She also establishes and maintains contact with local, regional, national and international feminist educational and community-based organizations.

Du milieu universitaire à la fonction publique (...)

French

Du milieu universitaire à la fonction publique : le périple en deux actes d’une évaluatrice de programmes
(Présentation en anglais)

La transition des études supérieures au milieu de travail peut être non linéaire et imprévisible, tout en se révélant enrichissante au bout du compte. Je parlerai du parcours qui m’a menée de l’environnement universitaire à la fonction publique, et plus précisément au Service correctionnel du Canada (SCC). J’aborderai en outre l’évaluation de programmes dans le contexte du SCC.

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Diner colloque du CRSEC
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Friday 23 March 2018 à 12 h 00 to à 13 h 30
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From academia to the public service...

English

From academia to the public service: The tale of a program evaluator in two acts
The transition from graduate studies to the workforce can be both non-linear and unpredictable, yet ultimately rewarding. I will speak about my path from the academic environment to working in a public service setting, specifically the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC). I will also discuss program evaluation in the context of the CSC.
Rebecca Cherner, Evaluation Analyst. Correctional Service of Canada

 

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CRECS noon-hour Colloquium
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Friday, 23 March 2018 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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Contextualisation de la fermeture d’une école communautaire

Contextualisation de la fermeture d’une école communautaire urbaine : les politiques de l’Ontario, la politique municipale et l’érosion de la citoyenneté
(Présentation en anglais)
Les dernières études qui touchent à la fermeture des écoles — plus particulièrement celles qui proviennent des É.-U. — ont tendance à souligner le rôle des politiques néolibérales. Dans quelle mesure le néolibéralisme est-il pertinent pour expliquer les fermetures d’écoles dans le contexte des politiques ontariennes ?

French
Sub-title: 
Diner colloque du CRSEC
Date: 
Friday 17 November 2017 à 12 h 00 to à 13 h 30
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Contextualizing the closure of an urban community school

Contextualizing the closure of an urban community school: Ontario policy, municipal politics, and the erosion of citizenship
Recent research on school closures, particularly from the US, tends to emphasize the role of neoliberal policies. To what degree is neoliberalism a useful explanation for school closures in the Ontario policy context? This presentation examines the historical, geographic, political, and policy context of a recent school closure in Ottawa.

English
Sub-title: 
CRECS noon-hour Colloquium
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Friday, 17 November 2017 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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Série de séances de remue-méninges féministes

French

La prochaine séance de remue-méninges féministes, organisée par la Chaire conjointe en études des femmes, Dr. Ummni Khan, sera présentée par Dr. Katharine Bausch de Carleton University. Sa présentation est intitulée "#Feminism: Popular Culture and the Representation of a Movement”.

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"#Feminism: Popular Culture and the Representation of a Movement"
Date: 
Tuesday 31 October 2017 à 12 h 30 to à 14 h 00
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Feminist Incubator Series

English

The next Feminist Incubator session organized by the Joint Chair in Women's Studies, Dr. Ummni Khan, will be presented by Dr. Katharine Bausch of Carleton University. The title of her presentation is “#Feminism: Popular Culture and the Representation of a Movement”.

Coffee/tea and snacks will also be provided. 

Sub-title: 
"#Feminism: Popular Culture and the Representation of a Movement"
Date: 
Tuesday, 31 October 2017 - 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
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Femmes musulmanes

French

Un forum interdisciplinaire pour les chercheures et chercheurs, les expertes et experts juridiques, les militantes et militants et les artistes menant des recherches radicales et adoptant des pratiques intersectionnelles pour explorer les multiples subjectivités des femmes musulmanes. 

Voir programme complet de la journée

Sub-title: 
Identités, étiquettes et expériences vécues
Date: 
Tuesday 14 November 2017 à 09 h 00 to à 17 h 15
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Muslim Women

English
An interdisciplinary forum for scholars, legal experts, activists and artists engaged in radical research and intersectional praxis on the multiple subjectivities of Muslim women.   See complet program for details   Bilingual event. Interpretation will be provided.  
Sub-title: 
Identities, Labels, and Lived Experiences
Date: 
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 - 9:00 am to 5:15 pm
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Panel – Les femmes et le mentorat

French

La Faculté des arts et la Faculté des sciences sociales sont fières d’inviter les diplômés, les étudiants et les professeurs à assister à une discussion sur les femmes et le mentorat. L’événement réunira un panel d’expertes qui exploreront l’incroyable outil que représente le mentorat pour aider les femmes à surmonter les obstacles systémiques à leur avancement professionnel.

Sub-title: 
Aider les femmes à réaliser leur plein potentiel
Date: 
Thursday 2 March 2017 à 17 h 30 to à 19 h 30
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Panel - Women and Mentorship

English

The Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Social Sciences are proud to invite alumni, students and professors to a discussion on women and mentorship. This event will feature a panel of experts who will explore how mentorship can be a powerful tool to help women overcome the systemic barriers to workplace advancement they currently face.

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Helping women reach their full potential
Date: 
Thursday, 2 March 2017 - 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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