Tag Archives: COVID-19

(PLN1) Understanding Social Transition Through the Lens of Soft Universalism

View Recording This keynote address was held as part of the 2022 Canadian Sociological Association Conference / Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Congress. Guest Speaker: Dr. Sari Hanafi, President – International Sociological Association Moderator: Dr. Abdie Kazemipur, President … Continue reading

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CASE & CSA Webinar Series: COVID-19 and Educational Challenges

March 3, 2022

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Racial Inequalities in the Times of COVID-19: Sociological Perspectives on the Social Production of Racial Inequalities in the Canadian Context

View the recording The crisis of public health generated by covid-19, has exacerbated many social inequalities in the Canadian context. In this webinar, Carleton graduate students in Sociology and instructor from the seminar “Race, Class and Ethnicity in Contemporary Societies” … Continue reading

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