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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.

A teal, blue and purple wave pattern make up the Congress 2022 logo, with English text reading “Congress 2022 of the Humanities and Social Sciences” and French text reading “Congrès 2022 des sciences humaines”. The theme name reading “Transitions” sits at the bottom of the logo.| Une forme de vague bleue sarcelle, bleue et violette constitue le logo du Congrès 2022, avec le texte en anglais « Congress 2022 of the Humanities and Social Sciences » et le texte en français « Congrès 2022 des sciences humaines »

“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...

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Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike – Congress 2021

Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike is a recent graduate of the doctoral program in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta, and a celebrated author of fiction and poetry. His research focuses on gender roles in Nigerian...

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Présences intermittentes des Amériques

Ce livre est inspiré de ma thèse de doctorat et répond à une question bien précise : qu’est-ce que le sujet québécois peut apprendre du contact littéraire avec l’écriture chicana? J’ai commencé à m’interroger sur ce sujet alors que je voyageais moi...

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Vaudeville as a form of indigenous self-expression

What do you think of when you hear or read Vaudeville? Nostalgia for a simpler time of gas-lamp lit stage productions? A smile at the thought of the slapstick, episodic comedies that gave rise to early cinema and classic cartoons? Or maybe more...