In Conversation With
Public talks with Canada’s leading social sciences and humanities scholars
The series brings engaging and enlightening dialogue with SSHRC-funded researchers to Canadians from coast to coast to coast, highlighting the value and importance of social sciences and humanities research.
Each virtual event is open to the public. Listen to some of Canada’s most accomplished scholars, whose perspectives are shaping our understanding of people and society at large. Each session is in English or French, with simultaneous interpretation and closed captioning available in both languages. Recordings are made available afterwards.
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(In Conversation With…)
Finding oxygen for the misfit academic: why academia and activism should co-exist
Blindly repeating history: how the tenets of democracy are easily corroded
Women in politics: to run or not to run?
Why keep telling a history of racism? New perspectives on the dispossession of Japanese Canadians
In the Public Domain: Restoring and Preserving Silenced Histories in Russia
To vote or not to vote
How to integrate gender and race studies in the classroom
How much is that fish in the ocean? Oceans economics and the quest to attain infinity fish
Building bridges between scientific and Indigenous knowledges
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