Women, Black, racialized, disabled, Indigenous, and LGBTQ professors are routinely victimized by the tenure and promotion process in Canadian academe. For Black, Indigenous, and racialized professors that transcend “contingent” employment, denial … Read more
This roundtable engages with the challenges people encounter in meeting the complex demands of institutional priorities that organize the work done in local settings to coordinate with external processes of … Read more
The Canadian Sociological Association’s Social Networks Research Cluster invites delegates to this pre-conference workshop. Date: Sunday, June 2, 2019 Location: To be communicated to participants Registration is required in advance.* … Read more
The membership of the Canadian Sociological Association / Société canadienne de sociologie
meet to discuss and vote on the business of the Association.