McMaster University Library presents Transformative Stories: Year of Gender and Justice

McMaster University Library, in collaboration with campus and community partners, is presenting series of events, collections, resources, and exhibits focused on gender and justice. From the Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence launch to a series of online Archives Alive presentations, there is a vast array of free programming available to the community.

Transformative Stories: Year of Gender and Justice runs from fall 2023 through summer 2024. The series comes from McMaster University Library in partnership with the Department of Communication Studies and Media Arts, Department of English and Cultural Studies, Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, Gender and Social Justice Program, Hamilton Public Library, Health Sciences Library, McMaster Children and Youth University, and McMaster Museum of Art. 

McMaster University Library regularly presents “Year of” programming to collaborate with campus partners, as well as to highlight the library’s vital role in supporting the research, teaching, and learning mission of the university. Transformative Stories: Year of Gender and Justice follows past years of programming, including Celebrating 50 Years: The Bertrand Russell Archives in 2018 and Celebrating STEM in 2019.

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