Category Archives: Annual Conference

CSA Statement in Response to Racial Profiling Incident at 2019 Congress

CSA Statement

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Statement by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Letter to the Black Canadian Studies Association

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2019 Annual Conference Events of the CSA-SCS

Musqueam Nation Community and Cultural Centre Tour Tuesday, June 4 from 9:00am – 1:00pm Open to delegates, their friends, and family $30 per person includes coach bus transportation (from UBC to the cultural centre) and tour Learn more and book … Continue reading

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Wages of Whiteness and Penalties of Colour since Confederation: ‘Crime’, myth and Racialization in Canada

Session Code:  RE3                                                                 Session Format:  Regular session This session features presentations situated in the perspectives of anti-criminology, counter-colonial criminology, critical criminology, queer criminology and Critical Race Feminist Theory to map the empirical, theoretical and philosophical terrain on which the racialization … Continue reading

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Exploring the Configurations of Whiteness I & II

Exploring the Configurations of Whiteness I Session Code:  RE2A                                                     Session Format:  Regular Session Critical Whiteness … Continue reading

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Session Code:  Equity                                                           Session Format:  Panel 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 sociology of organisations to … Continue reading

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Still I Rise: Anti-Racism Resistances

Session Code:  RE1                                            Session Format:  Roundtable With the rise of systemic racism in various forms, it is important to … Continue reading

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