Congress Digest #1 - Sustainable AI, job searches, and the healing power of art
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Congress Digest #2 - Sustaining language, mitigating online toxicity, and a guide to Indigenous law programs
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Congress Digest #3 - environmental justice, 'solarpunk' universities, and a new look at American history
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The power of refusal: a conversation with Black Canadian filmmakers on the word ‘nah’
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by Kimberly Duong, Criminology Honours Major, 4th year at York University What does it mean to say “nah?” What does it mean when we use language to push the boundaries of how content with oppression and discrimination? Colloquial words like ‘nah’ can ..read more
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A conversation with the Honourable Jean Augustine, P.C., C.M., O.Ont, C.B.E.
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by Kimberly Duong, Criminology Honours Major, 4th year at York University When you reach adulthood, you have some success and accomplishments. Still, it is difficult not to compare yourself to others’ achievements – despite having the same ..read more
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Black scholars in Canada’s research enterprise
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By Dave Hazzan, writer and academic, completing his PhD in History at York University Discussion on the Final Report and Recommendations (2023) of SSHRC’s Advisory Committee to Address Anti-Black Racism in Research and Research Training, and SSHRC’s ..read more
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Beautifully Seen: how the arts can deepen relationships in re-imagining a different world
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by Kimberly Duong, Criminology Honours Major, 4th year at York University Music is the “vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expressions of emotion.” Music’s visual qualities, the ..read more
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Treaty Relations and Decolonization: Indigenous Community and Academic Perspectives
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By Dave Hazzan, writer and academic, completing his PhD in History at York University Jeffrey Denis wonders why treaty-making is not studied in sociology. “Until recently, sociologists have paid very little attention to treaties,” Denis, Associate ..read more
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Reckoning and re-imagining climate anxiety – love like there’s no tomorrow
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by Erika Dilling, Global Health and the Environment Honours Major, 3rd year at York University “When I think about the climate, I feel…” One Resilient Earth founder and director, Laureline Simon, prompted the virtual group of scholars and climate ..read more
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Reckonings and Re-imaginings: Confronting the legacy of colonialism and envisioning a more equitable future
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By Eric J. Van Giessen, PhD Student in Sociology at York University Throughout history, the currents of societal change have always held the potential for destruction and rebirth. Examining the path to reconciliation, decolonization, and envisioning ..read more
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