Dr. Kim Borden Penney

Associate Professor

Office: BAC 222
Phone: TBD
Email: kim.bordenpenney@acadiau.ca
Office Hours: TBD

  • PhD (University of Toronto)
  • M.Ed. (University of Toronto)
  • BA (McGill University)
Research/Teaching Interests
  • Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Class
  • Non-profit and Corporate Leadership – Culture and HR Policies and Practices
  • Anti-Racism and Employment Equity Policies
  • Civil Rights, Advocacy, and the Canadian Justice System
  • Housing & Environmental Justice
  • Black Nova Scotians and Mi'kmaq Solidarity
  • Reproductive Rights & Freedoms
  • Black Canadian Studies, History, Political and Economic Engagements
  • Queer Studies, Race, Politics, and Social Movements
  • Canadian Immigration Practices
Teaching (2023-24)

WGST 3703: Special Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies

WGST 3703: Special Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies
WGST 4923: Contemporary Feminist Issues

Selected Publications

Chapter 8: Understanding Sociocultural Factors of Canadian Newcomer Queer and Trans Young Black Women’s Transitions from High School to Post-Secondary Education, Munroe, Tanitiã, Lance T. McCready, and Kim Borden Penney. Queer, Trans, and Intersectional Theory in Educational Practice: 135.

Task Force on Race and Indigeneity – Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education: publication date Dec 4, 2018, University of Toronto. Working Group Report - Student Recruitment, Admissions, Success and Retention