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Centering Black Voices in Research: A panel discussion with the SSHRC Advisory Committee to Address Anti-Black Racism
Three members of SSHRC’s Advisory Committee to Address Anti-Black Racism spoke at Congress about their work ensuring equity, diversity, and inclusion in SSHRC’s granting system. The panel began with a moment of silence for the ten people killed by a...
What does social justice mean to you, and how can research help advance it to forge the future you want? To mark its 25th anniversary, the Canada Foundation for Innovation hosted a panel discussion around this topic at Congress 2022.
As part of the Congress Career Corner series, Kath Burton of Routledge Journals (Humanities, Media and the Arts) and Vicky Gardner of Taylor & Francis facilitated a workshop entitled Beyond Impact to Engaged Research and Publication in HSS...
The Canadian Association of Slavists convened a roundtable to discuss ways to develop environmental humanities in and about Ukraine at Congress 2022.
Social Sciences and Humanities at the Forefront: Leading High-Risk/High-Reward Interdisciplinary Research
Social Sciences and Humanities at the Forefront: Leading High-Risk/High-Reward Interdisciplinary Research brought together four scholars leading projects funded through the New Frontiers in Research Fund’s (NFRF) Exploration stream.
Sponsored by University Affairs, the May 16 Career Corner session at Congress 2022 entitled “Collecting and Communicating the Evidence of Impact” featured Connie Tang and David Phipps of Research Impact Canada. Connie began the session by asking the...
Without an institutional license, research papers can be expensive to access. Twenty years ago, Research4Life was formed to provide access to data to researchers in low- and middle-income countries, focusing on five different disciplines: health...
Dr. Wright stated that scholarly research should be focused on the notion of a ‘commons’ and collectivity – knowledge should be shared with a community for public benefit.
Research has changed in the digital age. The HSS repository reflects this reality, as it stores many different types of media — including podcasts, videos, and computer code — not just journals and books.