Research Clusters

 

Research Clusters bring together researchers and students working in the various substantive areas that make up Canadian sociology. They facilitate information-sharing, networking, academic community-building, and collaboration among faculty and students working in similar areas. Furthermore, they provide an avenue for making sociological knowledge available to media, policy-makers, communities, and non-governmental organizations.

Membership in the Canadian Sociological Association is not a requirement for cluster participation.  However, membership is required for those attending the annual Conference, or utilizing other services of the Association.

Don’t see a Research Cluster in your area?  We invite CSA members to contact us for further information on forming a cluster.

Research Cluster Agreement of Understanding - Revised August 2019

Established Research Clusters

Click the titles below to visit each cluster website.