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.
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The Canadian Association of Slavists convened a roundtable to discuss ways to develop environmental humanities in and about Ukraine at Congress 2022.
Dr. Denise Ferreira da Silva's Big Thinking lecture challenges us to consider a shift in thinking, to transform how we understand and address global catastrophes.
At Congress 2022, a panel organized by the Canadian Society for the Study of Education gathered to discuss an upcoming anthology, Global Perspectives on Microaggressions in Higher Education: Understanding and Combating Covert Violence in Universities...
Beyond ‘crimes of insolidarity’: Considerations for a transition based on economic and social rights
Can we ensure social and economic rights as we rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s what Dr. Christine Vézina, Law Professor at Laval University, thinks.
How three researchers are seeking to disrupt hegemonic, heteronormative, and colonized discourses and practices that have subverted women’s voices.
Guest blog by Crystal Fraser, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Classics, & Religion and The Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.
Congress 2021 blog edition The University of Alberta Career Corner’s “Careers in Social Justice and Human Rights'' webcast featured professionals working in areas of social justice and human rights, who shed light to the audience on new perspectives...
If you’re among the one in three Canadians who still don’t believe racism is a serious problem in our country, you don’t have to look further than our response to the COVID-19 pandemic for proof that inequity remains deeply rooted here. Dr Frances...
Recent events in the United States are a stark reminder of how currents of racist hatred and thinking can lurk, concealed in the privacy of people’s thoughts until called-upon or provoked. There are folks who maybe had the misfortune of being raised...