Resource hub

Welcome to the Federation's Resource hub! Here you will find humanities and social science articles, blog posts, videos, webinars, Congress resources, and more! Filter by topic, resource type, file type, and/or year.

The Federation blog is a space for Federation members and researchers in the humanities and social sciences to respectfully discuss ideas and issues of importance to the community. Please review the Federation's blog policy for submission information.

*Note at the time this website is launched, not all resources are illustrated or tagged by topic yet. We are aiming to finalize this content by December 2021.

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Universities and the George Floyd moment

Guest post by Temitope Oriola, joint editor-in-chief of African Security, associate professor at the University of Alberta, two-time Carnegie fellow, recipient of the Governor General of Canada Academic Gold Medal and president of the Canadian...

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Refus global : histoire d’une réception partielle

À l’origine de ce livre réside le questionnement suivant : qu’a fait l’histoire culturelle du Québec de Refus global ? Lorsque, dans un cours en études québécoises, j’ai souhaité m’intéresser aux polémiques qu’avait engendrées le manifeste...

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Canada needs to confront the causes of a post-truth world

This op-ed was originally published by Canadian Science Policy Centre on October 10, 2017. One day, the U.S. president is taunting North Korea, treating nuclear conflict like it’s WrestleMania. The next, he glibly dismisses racial injustice in...

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Ryerson presents… An evening with Cornel West

Celebrating Congress 2017, Ryerson University is pleased to present “An evening with Cornel West.” Known for his passion, humility, grace and humour, Cornel West is one of America’s most outspoken critics on race, poverty and democracy. The Princeton...

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Binging on Netflix or philosophizing?

“There is nothing in philosophy which could not be said in everyday language,” once said the twentieth-century French philosopher Henri Bergson. In other words, what makes philosophy attractive is that it expresses what we instinctively believe to be...