Tag Archives: Decolonization

(IND2) Indigenous-Settler Alliances and the Strategic Use of Rights Framing to Ignite Change

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(DCS1) Challenges and Opportunities: Perspectives on Indigenizing and Decolonizing the Social Sciences in Higher Education

View Recording This session, organized by the Decolonization Subcommittee,  was held as part of the 2022 Canadian Sociological Association Conference / Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Congress. This panel will bring together academics and administrators working towards Indigenization and/or decolonization across their … Continue reading

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(PLN3) Beyond the Crossroads: Persisting Colonial Patterns, Changing Settler Mindsets

View Recording Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Denis, McMaster University Moderator: Vanessa Watts, McMaster University and Chair of the Decolonization Subcommittee This John Porter Tradition of Excellence Book Award keynote presentation was held as part of the 2022 Canadian Sociological Association … Continue reading

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Land Back / Land Acknowledgements: Bringing Indigenous Perspectives into the Institution

May 5, 2022

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Survivance and Indigenous street lifestyles

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Racialized policing in Canada and the drive to defund police

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At the crossroads: Sociologists, policing and social justice

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Let’s Talk Systemic Racism / Parlons de racisme systémique

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Committing Sociology to Understand Police Violence: Or a theory of how ships get into bottles

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