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SOSA’s new MA cohort of ten students presented their proposals on April 7 on a diverse and compelling range of topics, from private refugee sponsorship, to the impact of new legislation on Atlantic Canadian sex works, to young adults' use of satire on social media as a form of political engagement. Several faculty members described this year’s collection of presentations as the strongest they had ever seen. Indeed, we were wowed and proud of the excellent research being carried out by our committed and very talented graduate students.
- Writers Federation of Nova Scotia honours Dr. Afua Cooper
- Daniel Salas wins Roseberry‑Nash Graduate Student Paper Prize
- MA Student Stephanie Peel CASCA Student Poster Competition at the CASCA‑AAA Conference
- Dr. Laura Eramian has been awarded an honourable mention for the Canadian Anthropology Society's (CASCA) Labrecque‑Lee Book Prize
- Booking an apartment or renting out your own on AirBnB: is it always a good idea?
- Emily Fraser, who just graduated from our MA program in Social Anthropology, has been featured in a 'grad profile' by Dal News.
- Sociology PhD Student on Global News
- PhD student in Social Anthropology Daniel Salas has won the prestigious Roseberry‑Nash Award