The Violence and Society Research Cluster is pleased to bring together researchers interested in all aspects of violence to connect with others around the country and beyond with common interests in the sociology of violence.

The Cluster works to transcend traditional disciplinary silos and encourages networking and cooperation throughout Canada and internationally.

Topics that interest this cluster are diverse ranging from geographies and spaces of violence, responses to domestic and sexual violence, to theoretical understandings of violence, measurement of violence and related concepts, and teaching about violence.

With representation from across Canada, numerous disciplines, and a healthy student population, this cluster welcomes new members and encourages them, as well as current members of the Cluster, to reach out and share ideas about how we can better connect and continue to grow in our more ‘remote’ world!