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RCPS Sociology Methods Clinic February 1, 2021 12 - 2 pm

RCPS Sociology Methods Clinic February 1, 2021 12 - 2 pm

Online data collection: Challenges and strategies Facilitator: Professor Christopher Kyriakides, Sociology  1 February, 12-2pm Topic: Online data collection challenges and strategies Facilitator: Professor Christopher Kyriakides, Sociology Registration now closed. York Sociology faculty and graduate students have priority, and registrants not in Sociology will be confirmed first-come-first-served for spots available after the deadline. For more information, […]

RCPS Sociology Methods Clinics 2021

RCPS Sociology Methods Clinics 2021

RCPS Sociology Methods Clinics 2021 NEW*** The RCPS Methods Clinic is a monthly workshop on various social science methods-related topics. Clinics are open to faculty and graduate students who have experience with the method identified, are currently practicing it, or are considering it. Depending on the topic and facilitator, the workshop may cover a brief […]

Storytelling Week - December 8 – 10 2020

Storytelling Week - December 8 – 10 2020

Winter is a time for us to search inward through stories to help us find and reflect on how to be our best selves. It is a time of quiet, reflection, and digesting all of the things we’ve learned through the growing cycle. Stories are meant to help us reflect upon parts of ourselves and […]

RCPS invites you to a presentation by Dr. Ishrat Sultana, November 24 2020 1-2:30 P.M.

RCPS invites you to a presentation by Dr. Ishrat Sultana, November 24 2020 1-2:30 P.M.

Join us via zoom November 24, 1-2:30 p.m. Please register via Mach Form by November 20. Dr. Ishrat Sultana: - Ethnographic Praxis: Reflections on ethics, boundaries, and social change in research with Rohingyas Methodological issues and challenges around maintaining ethics, ensuring credibility of research, drawing boundaries to balance between subjectivity and objectivity have always been […]

A virtual conversation with Professor Claire Jean Kim: Asian Americans in an Anti-black World

A virtual conversation with Professor Claire Jean Kim: Asian Americans in an Anti-black World

Join us via Zoom, November 12, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Register via Mach Form by November 10. The Resource Centre for Public Sociology (RCPS) in the Department of Sociology at York invites you to a virtual conversation with Professor Claire Jean Kim. Co-sponsored by the Korean Office for Research and Education (KORE) at the York Centre for […]

Jane Finch Social Innovation Hub has gone virtual and is open to supporting students year round

Jane Finch Social Innovation Hub has gone virtual and is open to supporting students year round

Jane Finch Social Innovation Hub at the RCPS The Hub has gone virtual and is open to supporting students year round. Please reach out to our Hub Coordinator, Khadar Hilowle, if you have any questions or would like to sign up for the workshops. Stay tuned for the following upcoming workshop series coming out of […]

The Jane Finch Community Research Partnership: Learning about research ethics that start with community

The Jane Finch Community Research Partnership: Learning about research ethics that start with community

Join us via Zoom, October 22, 2020  11:30 – 1:00 pm The Jane Finch Community Research Partnership (JFCRP) was created in  2016 as a result of ongoing engagement between members of the Jane  Finch community and York University faculty and librarians. Our goal is to  address the historical relationships that have existed and continue to […]

RCPS 2020-2021 Workshop Series: Racial equity, Indigenous knowledges, and research ethics

RCPS 2020-2021 Workshop Series: Racial equity, Indigenous knowledges, and research ethics

Recent and on-going events challenge taken-for-granted beliefs that we have achieved universal civil rights and racial equity, particularly for Black and Indigenous peoples across Canada. This country's official discourse as a multicultural nation belies the entrenched systemic and institutionalized Eurocentric ideology that persists in education, the justice system, labour markets and the economy, health care, […]

Sociology Solidarity Statement

Sociology Solidarity Statement

  As the Department of Sociology, we stand in solidarity with all Black, Indigenous and racialized communities across North America who are protesting in response to police brutality and racial state violence. The brutal killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and others have caused tremendous pain, grief and public outrage among many communities […]