A conversational exploration of the current gender issues in the university cultures of New Brunswick. With
With Dr. Wendy Robbins And William Forrestall.
Dr. Wendy Robbins is a co-founder of Women’s Studies at the University of New Brunswick. She publishes widely on Canadian and Commonwealth literature, is editor of “Women Writers of the Commonwealth” a special issue of World Literature Written in English (University of Texas, 1978). She has served in Ottawa as Director of Research at the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, and she co-founded PAR-L, one of the world’s first feminist online discussion lists. In 2005, Dr. Robbins was elected Chair of the Women’s Committee of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT). Her annual “Ivory Towers: Feminist and Equity Audits” is published online by the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Her current literary research focuses on campus fiction, especially representations of professors in Canadian literature. She has received numerous awards for her teaching excellence and commitment to student success.
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