Department of Sociology and Anthropology
"Ways of Seeing, Ways of Becoming" video credits
Are you interested in knowing more about the world we live in? Why are some people poor and others rich? What are the differences between men and women? How does culture shape our ideas? What are the causes, and solutions to social problems in today's society? [read more]
Brad Hornick, a PhD candidate studying the relationship of climate science to political activism, has published, "A settler's experience at the Unist'ot'en camp's" in rabble.ca, Aug 11, 2014. Read this and other articles in his blog.
Parin Dossa's newest book: Afghanistan Remembers: Gendered Narrations of Violence and Culinary Practices. University of Toronto Press(2014). Book Reviews.
Efe Can Gurcan and Efe Peker Sociology PhD Students Win Prize for Co-Authored Paper “A Class Analytic Approach to the Gezi Park Protests: Challenging the Myth of Middle Classes” June 17, 2014
Ann Faulds, MA Anthropology graduate, "Mature Graduate Writes Thesis on Older Women, Ageing and Sexuality" June 18, 2014
Jakub Burkowicz, PhD Sociology candidate, has presided over as a guest editor for Affinities Journal and has two featured publications in the newest issue.