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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Hope and action toward a more equal and just society
Author and business consultant Stephen Dorsey lives by the mantra, “Be better, do better, live better, together.” In his talk organized by Nimbus Publishing at Congress 2022, and adapted from his book Black and White, Dorsey tells his story from a...
Research4Life: Strategies to Support Global Access to High Quality Scholarly Content
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...
Hungary after 2008: A New Regime of World-Economic Integration
To understand recent developments in Hungary more fully, we must consider the global economy in which it acts as a middle power, acting as an important bridge between markets.
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.
“I’m not sociology. I’m human.”
Hosted by the Film Studies Association of Canada, the annual Martin Walsh keynote lecture was delivered by renowned filmmaker, writer, and artist Dr. Sylvia D. Hamilton. In her lecture, Field Notes from the Black Atlantic, Dr. Hamilton captivated the...
A Digital Commons for the Humanities and Social Sciences
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.
Using the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons: An Interactive Workshop
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.
Civilizing the State: Reclaiming Politics for the Common Good
“If the legitimacy of the state rests on its duty to protect the welfare of its citizens, the betrayal of this responsibility amounts to what I call the ‘treason of the state’,” said Restakis.
One Mind, One People: NEȾOLṈEW̱ and the radical reclamation of Indigenous languages
“Indigenous languages are filled with beauty, like great works of art…” said Onowa McIvor, Professor of Indigenous Education at the University of Victoria. “It is really a pedagogy of hope.”