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Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Sociologist Michael Halpin discusses incels - people who consider themselves involuntarily celibate - misogyny, and their ties to social media.
Communications Manager  –  News
Thursday, September 23, 2021
CBC Nova Scotia spoke to four current and former Dalhousie students to share their thoughts on the meaning of the theme "Democracy on Edge."
Communications Manager  –  News
Monday, July 19, 2021
SaltWire host Sarah Poko spoke to Sociologist of Religion Dr. Christopher Helland about the concept of sacredness
Communications Manager  –  News
Thursday, July 15, 2021
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.
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
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.
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
This week, the newest cohort of Canada Research Chairs at Dalhousie University was announced - Dr. Chike Jeffers, Associate Professor in the Dalhousie Philosophy department, has been named Canada Research Chair in Africana Philosophy (Tier 2)
Communications Manager  –  News
Monday, June 14, 2021
Global News talks to Ajay Parasram of the departments of International Development Studies and History about Islamophobia in Atlantic Canada and what can be done to combat it
Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Margaret Robinson, Coordinator of Indigenous Studies, along with Dalhousie alum Masuma Khan and MSVU’s EDIA Advisor Delvina Bernard, appeared in a recent article and interview with Sarah Poko: 'The demonization of people' or historical record: Should racist literature be removed from public spaces?
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Dal FASS professor Ajay Parasram believes Asian Heritage Month should highlight racism against Asian-Canadians
Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Shaming, blaming and vigilante justice is not going to get us out of this third wave
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Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Sociologist Michael Halpin discusses incels - people who consider themselves involuntarily celibate - misogyny, and their ties to social media.
Communications Manager  –  News
Thursday, September 23, 2021
CBC Nova Scotia spoke to four current and former Dalhousie students to share their thoughts on the meaning of the theme "Democracy on Edge."
Communications Manager  –  News
Monday, July 19, 2021
SaltWire host Sarah Poko spoke to Sociologist of Religion Dr. Christopher Helland about the concept of sacredness
Communications Manager  –  News
Thursday, July 15, 2021
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.
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
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.
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
This week, the newest cohort of Canada Research Chairs at Dalhousie University was announced - Dr. Chike Jeffers, Associate Professor in the Dalhousie Philosophy department, has been named Canada Research Chair in Africana Philosophy (Tier 2)
Communications Manager  –  News
Monday, June 14, 2021
Global News talks to Ajay Parasram of the departments of International Development Studies and History about Islamophobia in Atlantic Canada and what can be done to combat it
Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Margaret Robinson, Coordinator of Indigenous Studies, along with Dalhousie alum Masuma Khan and MSVU’s EDIA Advisor Delvina Bernard, appeared in a recent article and interview with Sarah Poko: 'The demonization of people' or historical record: Should racist literature be removed from public spaces?
Communications Manager  –  News
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Dal FASS professor Ajay Parasram believes Asian Heritage Month should highlight racism against Asian-Canadians
Communications Manager  –  News
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Shaming, blaming and vigilante justice is not going to get us out of this third wave
View past items