Organisational Structure

Current Organisational Structure (2015-16)

As discussed and democratically decided at the Canadian Sociological Association Research Cluster meeting of CNDS/RCED, June 3, 2015, the current organisation of the Research Cluster will be as noted just below. The Organisational Structure is subject to annual discussion and review.

CNDS does not have a formal membership mechanism. “The Membership” is understood as being constituted by scholars working in Canada and involved with the Research Cluster, whether faculty members or students, actively involved in Durkheimian research (broadly understood), and actively contributing to the dissemination of Durkheimian research.

Executive Team (replaces previous co-secretarial structure)

Dr. Tara H. Milbrandt, Augustana Faculty, The University of Alberta

Dr. François Pizarro-Noël, Département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Bernarnd Bertrand, Département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Katy Maloney, Département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dr. Frank Pearce, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University at Kingston

Notes:

  1. duties and responsibilities of the Executive Team as follows:
    1. liaison with the CSA, Laboratoire des etudes Durkheimienne at the Universite de Quebec a Montreal, and the Social Theory Research Cluster of the CSA;
    2. writing reports as needed by the CSA and sending reports to our official affiliates.
  • posting updates to the website:
    1. https://www.csa-scs.ca/files/webapps/csapress/cnds/
  1. promotional activities
  2. coordination/facilitation of annual CSA sessions for the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
  3. liaison with the Organizing Committee of the CNDS/RCED
  • answer email arriving by: cnds-rced@csa-scs.ca
  • record keeping: attendance at meetings, maintaining the email list, minutes, archiving (as necessary or desired)

Members at Large of the Organisational Committee:

Dr. Tara H.  Milbrandt, Augustana Faculty, The University of Alberta

Dr. Frank Pearce, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University at Kingston

Dr. William Ramp, Department of Sociology, The University of Lethbridge

Dr. François Pizarro-Noël, Département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dr. Ronjon Paul Datta, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, The University of Windsor

Previous Organisational Structure (2014-15).

As discussed and democratically decided at the Canadian Sociological Association Research Cluster meeting of CNDS/RCED, Friday, May 30, 2014, the current organisation of the Research Cluster will remain as is (see below). The Organisational Structure is subject to annual discussion and review.

CNDS does not have a formal membership mechanism. “The Membership” is understood as being constituted by scholars working in Canada, and involved in the Research Cluster, whether faculty members or students, actively involved in Durkheimian research (broadly understood), and actively contributing to the dissemination of Durkheimian research.

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE (2014-15):

CNDS has an Organisational Committee consisting of two co-secretaries (French and English) and three Members-at-Large:

Co-Secretaries of the Research Structure Organisational Committee:

Dr. Ronjon Paul Datta, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology, The University of Windsor

Dr. François Pizarro-Noël,Département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Members at Large of the Organisational Committee:

Tara Milbrandt, Augustana Faculty, The University of Alberta

Frank Pearce, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University at Kingston

William Ramp, Department of Sociology, The University of Lethbridge