Research Cluster MeetingsConference Highlights, Meeting, Socialize and Network
The Canadian Sociological Association supports over 30 active Research Clusters that bring together researchers, students, and practitioners working in the various substantive areas that make up Canadian sociology. The clusters facilitate information-sharing, networking, academic community-building, and collaboration among those working in similar areas. Furthermore, they provide an avenue for making sociological knowledge available to media, policy-makers, communities, and non-governmental organizations. Membership in the Canadian Sociological Association is not a requirement for cluster participation.
Several meetings will be held during the Conference and are open to everyone interested in learning more about each of the clusters’ activities.
Learn more about the CSA Research Clusters