Submit your CSA 2017 abstract before Jan. 27th!

The deadline for submitting an abstract for the PSSM sessions at this year’s CSA conference is just 3 weeks away. The PSSM research cluster has organized 3 sessions and one roundtable in total, with session themes ranging from the state and social … 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 max.chewinski@alumni.ubc.ca   What are you research interests? My research interests are at the intersection of environmental sociology (governance … Continue reading

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2016 Call for Sessions

The Canadian Sociological Association’s call for regular sessions is now open (https://www.csa-scs.ca/conference/call-for-sessions). The PSSM research cluster is soliciting thematic session proposals that will draw together compelling and innovate research on political sociology and social movements. Proposed sessions should focus on … Continue reading

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2016 Best Student Paper Award Recipient

The inaugural CSA PSSM research cluster Best Student Paper Award was presented to Max Chewinski (University of British Columbia), for his paper entitled “Knots that Strain & Threads that Bind: NGO-Grassroots Dynamics in the Movement Web Challenging Canadian Resource Extractivism.” The PSSM … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster

The Political Sociology and Social Movements (PSSM) Research Cluster is looking to connect political sociologists and social movements researchers working in Canada and beyond. Building upon the 10-year long affiliation with the CSA of the Canadian Network for the Study … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster

The Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster is looking to connect political sociologists and social movements researchers working in Canada and beyond. Building upon the 10-year long affiliation with the CSA of the Canadian Network for the Study of … Continue reading

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