Collaborative Specializations

Book History and Print Culture

Applicants for the specialization must have been accepted into a master's or doctoral program in their home unit. They may then apply to the Collaborative Specialization by writing to the Director giving information about their backgrounds and relevant interests, identifying the degree and home unit for which they are applying, by April 1 for September admission. Advice is available from the Director and the Specialization Committee:

Telephone: 416-946-3560
Email: book.history@utoronto.ca
Website: Book History and Print Culture

Cross-listed Courses

BKS 1001H Introduction to Book History
BKS 1002H Book History in Practice
BKS 2000H Advanced Seminar in Book History and Print Culture

Sexual Diversity Studies

Applicants for the specialization must have been accepted into a master's or doctoral program in their home unit. They may then apply to the Collaborative Specialization for September admission by writing to the Director giving information about their backgrounds and relevant interests, identifying the degree and home unit for which they are applying. Advice is available from the Director and the Specialization Committee:

Telephone: 416-978-6276
Email: sexual.diversity@utoronto.ca
Website: Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies

Cross-listed Courses

SDS 1000H Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Sexual Diversity Studies
SDS 1999H Special Topics in Sexual Diversity Studies

Women and Gender Studies (CWGS)

In order to qualify for admission into the Graduate Collaborative Specialization in Women and Gender Studies (CWGS), applicants must be offered admission to a home graduate degree program. Applicants to CWGS should have some background in Women’s Studies, Feminist Studies and/or Gender Studies.

Telephone: 416-978-3668
Email: grad.womenstudies@utoronto.ca
Website: Women and Gender Studies Institute