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IDS associate professor Robert Huish discusses the global concerns amidst the Russian and Ukraine crisis
International Development Studies associate professor Robert Huish talks to CTV Atlantic about the world's concerns amidst the Russian and Ukraine crisis
Sociology and Social Anthropology Assistant Professor Michael Halpin discusses incels
Sociologist Michael Halpin discusses incels - people who consider themselves involuntarily celibate - misogyny, and their ties to social media.
Dal Students speak out about Democracy on Edge
CBC Nova Scotia spoke to four current and former Dalhousie students to share their thoughts on the meaning of the theme "Democracy on Edge."
Sociology Professor Chris Helland talks to Saltwire Media about What is Sacred?
SaltWire host Sarah Poko spoke to Sociologist of Religion Dr. Christopher Helland about the concept of sacredness
Professor Liz Fitting of the Sociology and Social Anthropology department discusses the struggles temporary foreign workers face when booking COVID‑19 vaccines
Associate Professor Liz Fitting offered to help a temporary foreign worker book his vaccine appointment, and ended up advocating for around forty workers in the province. Hear why she says the vaccine booking system needs a major update in this interview with Portia Clark.
Political Science department Chair Katherine Fierlbeck talks to CBC Radio's The House about how Canada has managed the COVID‑19 pandemic and the impact it's had on federalism
Federalism experts Jared Wesley (University of Alberta), Daniel Béland (McGill University) and Katherine Fierlbeck (Dalhousie University) discuss whether Ottawa’s relationship with the provinces and territories helped or hindered the response to a historic health crisis.
The 2022 Stanfield Conversation: Digital Democracy
October 20, 2022, 7:00 PM