Gender and Diversity Studies


The Gender Studies research cluster taps into the breadth of cross-programme disciplines within the School of Humanities and the School of Social Sciences to establish gender and sexuality as fundamental categories of social and cultural analysis towards studying the diversity of human experience.  Drawing on history, literature, language, psychology, philosophy, cultural studies and sociology, this cluster addresses the intersections of gender, sexuality with other dimensions of identity formation, such as class, race, ethnicity, age, nationality and transnational movement.


Coordinators:  Lim Chong Ming (Philosophy), Lilith W. Lee (Philosophy)

Lim Chong Ming
Lim Chong Ming
Cluster Co-Coordinator


Lilith W Lee

Lilith W. Lee
Cluster Co-Coordinator


Jessica Hinchy


Tamara Nair


Badrol Hisham


Irda Nalls


Ting Chun Chun

Geraldine Song

Geraldine Song

Stevi Jackson

Stevi Jackson
Affliate Member

CWS York University

Calls for Collaboration

The Gender and Diversity research cluster open call for collaboration and contacts.

Call for Collaborations/Contacts: 

Southeast Asian Women in the economy during the Colonial Era 1800-1950
Farish -
Tamara -
Call for Contributions:

SARE: Southeast Asian Review of English​
WernMei Ade -