1987: University of Alberta's Women’s Studies Program is launched, offering 15 courses. Learn More
1989: Global challenges to the existing notions of gender—race, class, indigeneity, disability, language, citizenship and many more—gain momentum with intersectionality. Learn More
2017: More than 250 researchers from every faculty, school and campus across the U of A are engaged in gender-themed or intersectional research and teaching.
2018: U of A is the first university to make intersectional gender research and teaching a strategic priority. Learn More
2019: Dr. Shirley-Anne Tate joins the U of A. She will be an applicant for a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Feminism and Intersectionality in 2020.