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Previous Lectures


FLSQ Lecture: Women and Democracy in Struggling Polities 
Friday March 4, 2011 - 1pm-2:30pm, Dunning Hall Room 12
Elahe Amani, Principal's Development Visitor/Feminist Legal Studies Workshop


FLSQ Lecture: Custody, Access and Women's Inequality 
Monday February 7, 2011 - 1pm-2:30pm, Macdonald Hall Room 001
Pamela Cross, National Association of Women and the Law


FLSQ Lecture: Legal Responses to the Trafficking of Women and Children 
Monday January 24, 2011 - 1pm-2:30pm, Macdonald Hall Room 201
Nicole LaViolette, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Feminist Legal Studies Workshop 


FLSQ Lecture: Women, Race, Labour and Employment Law, and Equality 
Monday January 17, 2011 - 1pm-2:30pm, Macdonald Hall Room 201
Yola Grant (Grant and Bernhard), Feminist Legal Studies Workshop


FLSQ Lecture: Who's Hurting Now? A Race, Class and Gender Analysis of Neo-Liberal Welfare Reforms in Canada 
Monday September 13, 2010 1pm-2:30pm - Macdonald Hall Room 201 
Margaret Little Queen's (Political Studies) Feminist Law Studies Queen's Visitor
Who's Hurting Now? A Race, Class and Gender Analysis of Neo-Liberal Welfare Reforms in Canada

FLSQ Lecture: Status under the Indian Act, Aboriginal Matrimonial Property Law and the Charter - What does Sex/Gender Have to do With It? 
Monday October 25, 2010 - 1pm-2:30pm, Macdonald Hall Room 201 
Sharon McIvor & Teressa Nahanee Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, Feminist Law Studies Queen's 
Status under the Indian Act, Aboriginal Matrimonial Property Law and the Charter - What does Sex/Gender
Have to do With It?
 


FLSQ Lecture: National Security and Canadian Immigration: Deconstructing the Discourse of Trade-Offs
Monday November 8, 2010 - 1pm, Macdonald Hall Room 201
Sharryn Aiken, Faculty of Law, Queen’s University
‘National Security and Canadian Immigration: Deconstructing the Discourse of Trade-Offs’ 
This seminar is designed to ensure that students are exposed to deconstructive analysis in the context of transnational and international issues as legal doctrine evolves in response to political urgencies.
 


FLSQ Lecture: Emergency Contraception in Canada: Competing Frames of Access and Authority 
Friday November 26, 2010 - 1pm-2:30pm, Macdonald Hall Room 201
Joanna Erdman UofT Law Feminist Law Studies Queen's Visitor/ Faculty Visitor
Emergency Contraception in Canada: Competing Frames of Access and Authority