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As Congress 2022 draws near, it’s worth reflecting on the multiple meanings of the word “congress”: it can refer to a particular place where individuals meet, but also the act of meeting itself. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has served as a painful...
Chalk one up for us! The Canadian Historical Association will mark its 100th anniversary this spring. Although contrived, centenaries offer a chance both to look back and to look ahead, hence our program theme: Reconsidering History. I can still...
The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies (CAANS) has enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Congress and its forerunners, ‘the Learneds,’ which began with our formal founding on June 3, 1971, during the annual gathering...
At Congress 2022, sociologists are invited to reflect on how the pandemic has revealed inequalities of existing social structures and institutions — and how we can move forward to create just, democratic, tolerant, and flourishing societies.
How three researchers are seeking to disrupt hegemonic, heteronormative, and colonized discourses and practices that have subverted women’s voices.
From hosting our first virtual Congress, to advancing our work on equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization and releasing a new report on the value of our disciplines: check out our Year in Review to see what we’ve accomplished together.
As we continue to emerge from the global pandemic, Think Big has a single, overriding message for Canada and its elected leaders: we must recognize and support the vital contributions of the humanities and social sciences.
Are you a graduate student or early career researcher in the humanities and social sciences? This free webinar will bring together a panel of experts to help you identify strategies and opportunities to grow the impact of your research.
Guest blog by Crystal Fraser, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Classics, & Religion and The Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.