It was honours all round today for the seven Social Anthropology and six Sociology Honours students who presented their research today to their peers, their professors, and the public at large. The thirteen presentations were grouped thematically into four sessions: 'From Birth to Death,' 'Stories of Social Justice,' 'Unpacking Institutions,' and 'Sociabilities Old and New.'
Dr. Martha Radice, who taught the Honours seminar and supervised the students' research pronounced the day a great success. "It was a privilege to work with these students. Not only were their research projects compelling, their questions thought-provoking and their findings insightful, but also they are really lovely people to be around!"
- A bumper crop of graduates
- Reversing the anglo exodus?
- SOSA anthropologist honoured by CASCA
- Halifax's kind‑of‑illegal rooming houses
- Why Indigenous Studies matters
- Foregrounding Indigenous health at the CIHR
- On racism, slavery, and Lord Dalhousie
- Phone‑in on failed friendships