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WSSR Workshop on Social Science Research

Mark Watson has published a new co-edited book with University of Hawaii Press entitled Beyond Ainu Studies: Changing Academic and Public Perspectives

Mark Watson has published a new book entitled Japan's Ainu Minority in Tokyo: Diasporic Indigeneity and Urban Politics (Routledge)

Kregg Hetherington's book, Guerrilla Auditors, received an Honorable Mention for the Sharon Stevens Book Prize from the American Ethnological Society

Stephanie Hobbis (M.A Public Administration (International Christian University)) Awarded Vanier Canada Doctoral Scholarship

Co-op Presentation and Application Form-Fall 2013

Fieldnotes Winter 2014

Leading the way in online education: Concordia University’s Sociology of Business An eConcordia designed course – best international e-learning product


Max Forte book announcement:
Slouching Towards Sirte: NATO's War on Libya and Africa (Montreal: Baraka Books), available via http://www.barakabooks.com/catalogue/slouching-towards-sirte/ and with a dedicated website at http://openanthropology.org/libya/

 

Max Forte book announcement:
A new publication of our students' research:
The New Imperialism, Vol. 2: Interventionism, Information Warfare, and the Military-Academic Complex. Available from Alert Press at http://www.alertpress.org/volume-2.html

Vered Amit publishes new book titled Community, Cosmopolitanism and the Problem of Human Commonality

The recipients to the Cary Boucock Memorial Award 2011-2012 are Maryse Morin and Cheryl MacDonald

Prof. Watson has been awarded a one year fellowship by the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (Quebec English Branch) for 2012-2013.


Centre for Sensory Studies together with the Canadian Centre for Architecture hosts second International Congress on Ambiances this September http://ambiances2012.sciencesconf.org/ 

Congratulations to Dr. Hussein Merhi, who received the 2011-2012 Deans’ Award for Teaching Excellence.

Bill Reimer, Professor Emeritus is the recipient of a $2.5 million Pathways to Prosperity partnership award

Professor Kairouz has been selected by University Communications Services (UCS) as Concordia's Newsmaket of the Week.

 

 
 

Congratulations to the SSHRC Student Award recipients! The following students have been successful in the 2010 award cycle:

  • Louise Birdsell Bauer (MA Sociology)
  • Lyne Charland (BA Sociology)
  • Billy Hébert (MA Anthropology)
  • Noelle Hildebrand (MA Anthropology)
  • Maike Storks (MA Anthropology)
 
 

The Library Newsletter for Sociology and Anthropology will keep you up-to-date on new databases, journals, data sets, and other library-related developments. You can access it via http://library.concordia.ca/research/subjects/sociology/news.php.

 
 

 

Dimitrios Koulis has received the Committee Participation Award for his participation on the Arts & Science Faculty Council for the 2009-2010 academic year. The is an award from the Dean's Office in recognition of the contribution he has made to the faculty and department.

SASU is screening 'Subtext: real stories' by Eric Weissman on Saturday, March J.A. De Seve Theatre (LB-­‐125) Library Building (1400 de Masionneuve west) at 1:00 PM.

The free screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.

Subtext is a rough-cut documentary exploration. It explores an urban shantytown and the strides of activists, ex-residents, and the City of Toronto to find solutions to homelessness. Its focus is the residents of Tent City. The subjects dictate where cameras go, leading us into their pasts, conflicts, and daily lives -- by road and foot through the urban landscape.  We examine caves on the Don River, squats under the highway, trips to the hospital, and abandoned buildings, but our journey always leads back to Tent City … to a thorough, often surprising understanding of the people who lived there.

Eric Weissman is currently a SIP doctoral student in Sociology & Anthropology at Concordia University.

 

Beverley Best has published a book entitled "Marx and the Dynamic of the Capital Formation: An Aesthetics of Political Economy". This study offers a close examination of Marx’s dialectical method of analysis through the lens of current debates in cultural studies, political economy, and critical sociology. Click here for more details.

 


 

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