Decolonization

Centre for Teaching and Learning in its 30th year of operation

The Queen’s Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is working to support faculty and teaching staff coming out of the pandemic.Continue...

Unpacking decolonization on campus

Before European settlers arrived in the New World, the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe nations maintained peace and cooperation using treaties and the rhetoric of the dish with one spoon —take only what you need, leave something in the dish for other people, and keep the dish clean.Continue...

Queen’s equity work is far from over

When individuals work toward a post-secondary education, they engage in a form of privilege—whether it be financial or intellectual.Continue...

Decolonializing culture through the arts

“I hope to communicate in ways that encourage, move or incite people to pause and question ways of being, relating and thinking they take for granted,” Leah Decter, artist and activist, said in an interview with The Journal.Continue...