Patricia Monture (2009:26) correctly identified academia as a carceral space which is “exclusionary, silencing and perhaps even violent.” It has been long established that academia as a discursive and material … Read more “We are dropping like flies”: The professional and physiological implications of doing equity work.
The increasing availability of administrative data, coupled with growing demand for evidence-informed decision-making in government, presents a rich opportunity for increased collaboration between government and academia. This panel will discuss … Read more Administrative Data in Science and Policy: Building Bridges for Innovation and Transformation
Arts-based project outputs are making their way into traditional academic spaces, including recognition of their value by external funding sources and in tenure and promotion portfolios. This work, however, has … Read more Alternative Outputs: Mediated and Arts-based theorising beyond the academy
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Author Meets Critics: Unveiling the Nation: The Politics of Secularism in France and Québec (McGill-Queen’s University Press 2019)Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary
Over the last few decades, politicians in Europe and North America have fiercely debated the effects of a growing Muslim minority on their respective national identities. Some of these countries … Read more Author Meets Critics: Unveiling the Nation: The Politics of Secularism in France and Québec (McGill-Queen’s University Press 2019)