The Canadian Sociological Association conference highlights current issues from a sociological perspective. Expect scholarly debates on a variety of topics ranging from the theoretical to the political. The following list of plenaries are scheduled for Congress 2021.
Additional plenaries such as “Big Thinking” lectures will also be held during Congress. See the Congress website for further details.
KEYWORDS is a series hosted by the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta that engages diverse scholars in a moderated dialogue about pivotal keywords and concepts in contemporary … Read more KEYWORDS: Dialogues in Sociology — “RESISTANCE”
Meet the Author: Kristin Plys, Brewing Resistance Indian Coffee House and the Emergency in Postcolonial India, 2020Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary
In 1947, decolonization promised a better life for India’s peasants, workers, students, Dalits, and religious minorities. By the 1970s, however, this promise had not yet been realized. Various groups fought … Read more Meet the Author: Kristin Plys, Brewing Resistance Indian Coffee House and the Emergency in Postcolonial India, 2020
Meet the authors of Appealing Because He Is Appalling: Black Masculinities, Colonialism, and Erotic RacismConference Highlights, Panels and Plenary
This collection of original essays written by transitional scholars invites us to rethink the ways African-descended men are seen as both appealing and appalling, are exposed to eroticized hatred and … Read more Meet the authors of Appealing Because He Is Appalling: Black Masculinities, Colonialism, and Erotic Racism
From #BlackLivesMatter to the movements that are building Black focused schools, institutions, cultural spaces and media. This session will include activists and scholars connected to the edited volume, Until We … Read more Movements for Black Lives
Contributors to this roundtable have all submitted chapters to a book about racism in Lethbridge, Alberta that is currently under contract and review with Athabasca University Press. Ruth Wilson Gilmore … Read more Race & The City: A Book About Racism in Lethbridge, Alberta