Job Posting – Sociology of Engaged Research with Black Communities, York University

The Department of Sociology at York University is hiring an Assistant Professor whose research engages with Black communities and addresses environment and crisis. Applications are due December 15th, 2021.  See full job posting below. The Department of Sociology, York University … Continue reading

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Environmental Sociology at the 2021 Congress Conference

The Environmental Sociology Research Cluster is thrilled to announce 5 sessions at this year’s Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, held via Zoom from May 31 – June 4, 2021. The sessions are listed below. For detailed descriptions of … Continue reading

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Register for Research Talk by Dr. Kari Norgaard on March 4th, 2021

Dear all, We are pleased to welcome Dr. Kari Norgaard from the University of Oregon on March 4 @ 3 pm MT as part of the University of Alberta’s Sociology Speaker Series. Register here! Dr. Norgaard’s talk, “Salmon and Acorns Feed Our … Continue reading

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Congress 2020 Call for Abstracts – Submit by Jan 27th

The Environmental Sociology Research Cluster encourages members and non-members to submit an abstract for this year’s Congress that fits with the themes of the 3 panels listed below. Abstracts can be submitted through the CSA website . The deadline is … Continue reading

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A Climate Change Module for Introduction to Sociology Classes

From its beginnings, Sociology has always been centrally concerned to understand the problems of Modernity. Today, there is no longer any serious doubt that climate change has become one of the greatest – if not the single greatest — threats … Continue reading

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Max Chewinski – Feature Profile

Max Chewinski is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia. He can be reached at Visit his website for more information. What are you research interests? My research program is inspired by the uneven relationship … Continue reading

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