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Disabling Philosophy in the Canadian Context
The Canadian Philosophical Association hosted a series of presentations about disability philosophy in the Canadian context at Congress 2022.
Beyond impact to engaged research and publication in HSS
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...
Education in Canada: The American Dream or the New Inequality?
The Canadian Sociological Association welcomed Dr. Terry Wotherspoon of the University of Saskatchewan to Congress 2022, for a presentation entitled Education in Canada: The American Dream or the New Inequality? Throughout the last two decades...
10 years after the ‘Maple Spring’: Legacies, strikes, and movements for change in the education system and beyond
Ten years ago on May 18, 2012, Bill 78 was passed in Quebec in response to the Maple Spring (le Printemps érable) student strikes. This was an attempt to force students back to classes and limit their ability to protest, after months of strikes. To...
Bringing Whole Selves to Work: Co-op Culture Welcoming to BIPOC
The CASC keynote discusses how the co-op sector can better communicate its message to BIPOC workers and create a sector-wide culture that can lead to deep and meaningful reach within BIPOC communities.
Beyond Anthropocentrism in Ukrainian Studies: Proposals from the Environmental Humanities
The Canadian Association of Slavists convened a roundtable to discuss ways to develop environmental humanities in and about Ukraine at Congress 2022.
Shift in thinking: It all begins with decolonization
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.
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.
Navigating Your Career Transition: Insight and Advice for Black, Indigenous, and Racialized Graduate Students Searching for Careers with Purpose
At Congress 2022, eight Black and racialized scholars participated in a roundtable discussion on the challenges of succeeding in spaces not created for them, hosted by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies.