Corrie Scott is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa.
Corrie Scott is an Associate Professor and the Associate Director at the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa. Her research combines cultural and literary studies and her interests include queer theory and the representation of race and gender in Quebec literature. Her book, entitled De Groulx à Laferrière : un parcours de la race dans la littérature québécoise, was published in 2014.
Gender inclusivity isn't about young people being too "sensitive," as a professor at the University of Toronto would have us believe. It is about people having access to facilities that many of us take for granted. And it is about dignity. It is about human rights.