Education in Canada: The American Dream or the New Inequality?

Conference Highlights, Keynote Speakers, Panels and Plenary

Dr. Terry Wotherspoon, University of Saskatchewan Outstanding Contribution Award Lecture

Getting It Done – Tips and Tricks for Successful Dissertation Completion

Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary, Professional Development

This session will be a panel of Professors and recent PhD grads, sharing insights into successful strategies for preparing, defending and completing a PhD dissertation. This panel has been organized … Read more Getting It Done – Tips and Tricks for Successful Dissertation Completion

Global Public Sociology and Theorizing Emotions: The Greatness and Limitations of Erich Fromm’s Sociology

Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary

Since Buroway’s 2005 American Sociological Association presidential address, great attention and energy has focused on Public Sociology. Building on the theme of this year’s Meeting—how to ignite change through sociology—this … Read more Global Public Sociology and Theorizing Emotions: The Greatness and Limitations of Erich Fromm’s Sociology

How to Ignite Change through Sociology

Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary

This panel will invite researchers who are taking initiatives to ignite change through sociology. The CSA Research Subcommittee will feature the Empowering Others Organizing Group – a community of sociologists … Read more How to Ignite Change through Sociology

Indigenous-Settler Alliances and the Strategic Use of Rights Framing to Ignite Change

Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary

Simultaneous translation in French This panel examines the role of Indigenous-settler alliances in sparking and sustaining meaningful social change. Drawing on a SSHRC-funded project on long-term alliances, our multidisciplinary research … Read more Indigenous-Settler Alliances and the Strategic Use of Rights Framing to Ignite Change