Joint Master of Arts / Women and Gender Studies

Mount Saint Vincent University - Canada

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The Masters of Arts in Women and Gender Studies is offered jointly by Mount Saint Vincent University and Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. This dynamic program emphasizes the interdisciplinary basis of Women and Gender Studies, its community linkage, and its grounding in feminist theories and methodology. The Master of Arts in Women and Gender Studies will appeal to those individuals with interests in areas that combine a feminist perspective with global issues; gender in relation to war and peace studies, cultural studies; literary studies; history; theory; research methods; health; sexuality; gender; education; social change; religion/spirituality; human rights and social justice; race and ethnicity; body image; paid and unpaid caregiving labour; family relations; media studies; creative arts; and community activism. This program is enriched by its access to multiple library collections at universities in the metro area, by the presence of the Nancy’s Chair in Women’s Studies located at Mount Saint Vincent University, and by an active local women’s community.