Anti-Black racism - an interview with three foremost academics carving out a path for positive change, a big part of which involves coming to terms with colonialization.
A filmmaker’s dissertation, on how the editing of documentary television is increasingly following reality tv’s dictate to entertain, is transformed into a timely book.
A sociologist has discovered that Muslim contributions to or engagement with society, as newcomers, varies from France to Canada.
New book offers insights on the personalities of diplomats, and the risks that those with certain mindsets introduce on a world stage.
Hot on the heels of a JUNO win, York U’s Head of Choral Conducting sits down with Brainstorm to reflect on this remarkable accomplishment; muse about the future of the concert hall; and elaborate on the unique gift that choirs offer in the unsettling era of COVID.
A team of chemists have developed accurate, consumer-friendly methods of indicating whether food is safe for consumers. Sweeping ramifications address food security, waste prevention, consumer safety and even healthcare resources – that is, the prevention of hospital stays.
Novel research from the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change considers sustainable energy through a community lens, underscoring the value of participation of local members through ownership and control of energy.
Comparing unethical decisions of Chinese and Canadian businesspeople, a research team unearths some social variations along the road to corruption. The findings, however, have wide-ranging, practical implications on how to prevent unscrupulous moves in any organization.