Upcoming Events

Mad Studies in Pedagogical Practice

Panels and Plenary

This session brings together scholars who are all actively teaching the emergent field of mad studies in Canadian universities. Complementing critical sociological approaches to mental health, mad studies, in a … Read more

Practical Advice on Communicating Sociological Research Effectively

Panels and Plenary, Workshops and Student Development

This panel features six sociologists with considerable experience communicating sociological research to non-academic audiences, including journalists; community organizations; and government agencies, departments, and ministries. Each panelist will share their experiences … Read more

Is there such a thing as Canadian Cultural Sociology?

Panels and Plenary

In this session, panelists have been invited to discuss the place of culture in Canadian sociology. The American Sociological Association sociology of culture section is one of the largest, and … Read more

Visual Sociology Exhibition: Far and Wide

Panels and Plenary

The Visual Sociology Exhibition: Far and Wide is a  visual exploration of how research methods, from a range of disciplines, have the potential for the inclusion of different ideas, geographies, cultures, countries, schools … Read more

Black Professors Matter: Challenging Inequalities in Canadian Academe

Panels and Plenary

This panel interrogates inequalities that structure Canadian academe and that reproduce the marginalisation of women, Indigenous, Black, racialized, queer and trans-scholars. This panel engages in a radical and critical race … Read more

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