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  • CRLCC-Robarts-YCAR Connects: Languages other than English and the Anglophone academic world—A two-part event

    Moderated by Dr. Eve Haque, and co-sponsored by the York Research Chair in Linguistic Diversity and Community Vitality “Back from the field?” Insights from emerging scholars 27 January 2023 at 2pm Register in advance for this meeting:  Emerging scholars will share their experiences with learning a different language for fieldwork, the challenges they faced […]

  • Celebrate the end of term with us!

    Tuesday, 13 December 2022 12:00–13:00 | Council of Members Meeting Join us to learn about the activities of the Centre. Fully online. Zoom: 13:00–15:00 | Coffee, Pastries, & Headshots Drop by the Centre (7th floor, Kaneff Tower) for a casual get together with light refreshments! Associates in need of a professional photograph can have […]

  • Canada Watch | Call for Proposals: Extended deadline!

    The Critical Perspectives on Mental Health (CPM) cluster within the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies at York University invites you to submit your work for our second edition of Canada Watch - Special Edition: Critical Perspectives on Mental Health and Mad Studies. Canada Watch is the main publication of the Robarts Centre. The publication is […]

  • Exhibiting Digital Animalities Book Launch event is now live on YouTube

    How has digital technology reshaped our experiences and understandings of animals? Documenting two major international art exhibitions, Exhibiting Digital Animalities demonstrates the significance of contemporary art as a site for rethinking and restating human-animal relations. The twelve curated projects seek to broaden the range of artistic approaches to animals facilitated by digital technologies. Furthering the […]

  • Congratulations to the winners of the Odessa and Godard Prizes

    This summer the Robarts Centre awarded the  Barbara Godard Prize for the Best York University Dissertation in Canadian Studies to Andrew Zealley, Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change (EUC), for “Risky Beeswax: Artistic Responses to the Biopolitics of HIV/AIDS.” The  Odessa Prize for the best undergraduate paper in a fourth-year course was awarded to Emily […]

  • Robarts Graduate Conference 2021 Playlist

    Robarts Grad Conference 2021 - YouTube Check out the Robarts Graduate Student Conference 2021 playlist on our YouTube channel.