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    • B1979-1 The Disadvantage Majority 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Mar-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1979-2 Equal Pay for Women 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, May-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1979-2 Equal Pay for Women 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, May-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1981-2 Submission to Ontario Legislative Committee on Pensions 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Aug-81)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1983-1 Review of the Ontario Family Law Reform Act 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Jan-83)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1983-2 Presentation to the Parliamentary Task Force on Pension Reform 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Jun-83)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • Between frames: feminist experimental media 1960-2010 

      Macdonald, Shana Danielle Elizabeth
      My dissertation maps a trajectory of feminist experimental media made between the 1960s and 2010 that explore the boundaries between bodies, spaces and media. I argue that this work constitutes an under-explored area within ...
    • Broken Chain 

      Clancy, Jonathan (2017-07-27)
      In our near future the renting of peoples bodies has commoditized into a bizarre beauty industry. Sibyl, a young model for a popular bodyleasing company, uncovers a twisted conspiracy forcing her to investigate this industry ...
    • Butterfly Jump 

      Lewis, Mary Catherine (2019-03-05)
      Butterfly Jump tells the story of a scrappy, overweight woman from the wrong side of the tracks who is a single parent determined to have her children fit into the upper crust. Connie Noseworthy sends her children to a ...
    • Choices and compromises: the abortion movement in Canada 1969-1988 

      Palmer, Elizabeth Genevieve Wells
      This dissertation explores pro-choice activism in Canada following the 1969 omnibus bill that decriminalized abortion. The 1969 legal amendments permitted abortions performed in accredited hospitals and approved by the ...
    • Clara Thomas : feminist professor 

      Unknown author (21/04/1985)
    • Conventions Were Outraged: Country, House, Fiction 

      Ames, Kristen Kelly (2015-01-26)
      The dissertation traces intersections among subjectivity, gender, desire, and nation in English country house novels from 1921 to 1949. Inter-war and wartime fiction by Daphne du Maurier, Virginia Woolf, Nancy Mitford, P. ...
    • Defying the Laws of Nature?: Menstruation and Female Intellect in Historical Perspective 

      Jenkins, Amanda Lauren (2015-01-26)
      In 19th and early 20th century America menstruation began to be constructed as a barrier to women wishing to access higher education. Male physicians warned of the supposed dangers studying would impose upon female ...
    • "Empowered to Change the World for the Better": Gender, Citizenship, and Justice in Three Environmental Education Programs for Girls 

      Lowe, Leyna Shay (2018-03-01)
      This dissertation explores possibilities for environmental citizenship for girls. When environmental education emerged as a field of study in the 1970s, it articulated an environmentalism for young people based in the ...
    • "Enough is Enough": The Right to Privacy Committee and Bathhouse Raids in Toronto, 1978-83 

      Hooper, Thomas Harold (2017-07-27)
      On Thursday February 5th, 1981, 200 agents from the Metropolitan Toronto Police raided four of the citys gay bathhouses. Codenamed Operation Soap, 286 men were charged with the criminal offense of being found in a common ...
    • Family Portrait 

      Marshall, Elizabeth Diane (2018-05-28)
      Its a rare experience to have lived formative years on a commune and to be the daughter of its leaders. In the late 1960s my parents were at the centre of a Toronto-based communitarian movement of baby boomers. During a ...
    • Feminism for Sale: Commodity Feminism, Femininity, and Subjectivity 

      Dowsett, Julie Elizabeth (2018-03-01)
      Today it is commonplace for the female consumer to be targeted using appropriated feminist discourses. This dissertation theorizes commodity feminism, a play on Marxs conception of commodity fetishism, at the intersections ...
    • From Pain to Power: A Socio-Psychological Investigation of Anti-Racist Feminist Ressentiment 

      Amarshi, Aliya (2018-11-21)
      In recent years, identity-based movements have increasingly been criticized by outsiders for espousing a culture of outrage both in terms of their academic expressions and activist mobilizations. In the present study, I ...
    • Handcraft as a Rhetorical Prop: An Investigation into What Handcraft Techniques Offer the Discipline of Graphic Design 

      Van Kampen, Saskia Gabriella (2014-07-28)
      This thesis paper examines how handcraft (making an item by analog means using specific materials) can be a compelling rhetorical tool for graphic designers to harness. Contrasting handcraft techniques with computer graphics ...
    • "If It Is Sincere, It Will Rouse Hostility": The Freewoman, Feminisms, and Print Culture in Early Twentieth-Century England 

      Milo, Sage M. (2018-03-01)
      This dissertation is an examination of The Freewoman (1911-12) as a feminist publication, and its editor Dora Marsdens (1882-1960) particular role in the journal. It examines periodical culture and feminisms, and the ...

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