2019 Award Recipients

May 7 2019

 

The Canadian Sociological Association is proud to announce our award recipients for 2019.   They will be honoured, along with our 2018 recipients, at our Banquet and Award Ceremony scheduled for June 4, 2019 at the University of British Columbia.

Join us in honouring our colleagues at the Banquet!

 

2019 Award Recipients

 

Angus Reid Applied Sociology Awards:

Practitioner: Dr. Becki Ross, University of British Columbia and Jamie Lee Hamilton

Student: Alicia Clifford, University of Calgary

 

Best Student Paper Award:  

Dana Wray, University of Toronto

Can Paternity Leave Policy Change Father Involvement? Evidence from the Natural Experiment of Quebec.

Honourable Mention:

Laila Omar, University of Toronto

'I Just Dream of Things Being Stable': Exploring How Physical Displacement Affects Syrian Refugee Mothers' Perception of Time.

 

Canadian Review of Sociology Best Article Award:

 Dr. Swethaa S. Ballakrishnen, University of California

Nevertheless they persisted: Gendered frameworks and socialization advantages in Indian professional service firms. Canadian Review of Sociology. 55(3):343-361

 

Early Investigator Award:

Dr. Jasmin Hristov, University of British Columbia

 

John Porter Tradition of Excellence Book Award:

Dr. Tracey L. Adams, Western University

Regulating Professions: The Emergence of Professional Self- Regulation in Four Canadian Provinces, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018).

 

Outstanding Contribution Award:

Dr. Agnes Calliste, St. Francis Xavier University

Posthumously presented

 

Outstanding Service Award:

Dr. Patrizia Albanese, Ryerson University

 

2018 Award Recipients

 

Angus Reid Applied Sociology Awards:

Practitioner: Dr. Chris Bruckert, University of Ottawa

Student: Caroline Claussen, University of Calgary

 

Best Student Paper Award: 

 Not awarded in 2018

 

Canadian Review of Sociology Best Article Award:

Judy Beglaubter, University of Toronto

Balancing the Scales: Negotiating Fathers' Parental Leave Use (CARS Volume 54, Issue 4)

 

Early Investigator Award:

Dr. Barry Eidlin, McGill University

 

John Porter Tradition of Excellence Book Award:

Dr. Genevieve Zubrzycki, University of Michigan

Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion, and Secularism in QuebecUniversity of Chicago Press. 2016

 

Outstanding Contribution Award:

Dr. Patrizia Albanese, Ryerson University

 

Outstanding Service Award:

Dr. Terry Wotherspoon, University of Saskatchewan

 

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