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2016 Call For Sessions (from the Canadian Sociological Association [CSA])

Hello Research Clusters, The 2016 Conference Call for Session Proposals is now open! As research clusters, you have the opportunity to submit your session proposals through the main online system or directly to me via email.   This will enable … Continue reading

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Congress 2015 Abstracts and Session Descriptions

Note: Content copied from the Canadian Sociological Association 2015 Conference: Archive Programme. Information correct at the time of publication. They are listed in “Session order” (i.e., CNDS1, CNDS2, CNDS3, etc.). CNDS/RCED RESEARCH CLUSTER MEETING The bilingual Canadian Network of Durkheimian … Continue reading

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Minutes from Research Cluster Meeting, June 3, 2015

Minutes, CNDS/RCED Research Cluster Meeting, June 3, 2015 Canadian Sociological Association Meetings, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2015 at The University of Ottawa Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Fateux Hall FTX-147A, The University of Ottawa Minutes (Prepared by Co-Secretary, … Continue reading

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New Special Issue on Durkheim and The Elementary Forms of Religious Life

A special issue of The Canadian Journal of Sociology has been published and is available for free at the journal’s website: Vol 39, No 4 (2014): Special Issue: Durkheim’s Elementary Forms of Religious Life: Contemporary Engagements.  

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New Email Address for CNDS/RCED

CNDS/RCED has a new email address, administered by the CSA: Secretaries of CNDS/RCED will reply to emails directed to this address.

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Due Feb. 2: Congress 2015 CSA Session Abstracts

CNDS/RCED aims to organize four sessions at the 2015 Congress in Ottawa. Clicking on the hyperlinked session topics below will take you to the CSA submission webpage for that session. Abstracts are due on or before February 2, 2015. Durkheim, … Continue reading

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U of A Student Wins Award for Essay on Durkheim

Maggie Farbrother (pictured above), won the 2014 Undergraduate Theory Award from the Department of  Sociology at the University of Alberta. Maggie is in her final year of her Undergraduate Criminology Degree at the University of Alberta. Her paper was entitled … Continue reading

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