2013-14 Seminars

Second Wednesday of the month, 12:00 – 1:30
Wendy Patrick Room

(coffee served, bring your lunch)

The CRCF Research Seminars provide an opportunity for faculty, visiting scholars and graduate students to share and discuss their research. One presentation will be scheduled for each meeting. Presenters are encouraged to use the seminar to discuss preliminary results, data interpretation issues and methodological questions arising from their research.




October 9

Vandna Sinha, Toni Esposito
& Nico Trocmé

Ethical and methodological challenges involved in tracking and reporting on ethnicity, race and Aboriginal heritage

November 13

Sarah Dufour

Disproportionate representation of visible minorities in child protection services in Montreal

December 11

Elizabeth Fast

Exploring the role of culture among urban Indigenous youth in Montreal

January 8

Vandna Sinha and Anne Blumenthal

Jordan's Principle: From child-first to administrative response

February 5

Rubab Arim, Dafna Kohen,
and Lucy Lach

Rates of separation and/or divorce among parents of children with neurodevelopmental disorders: How inevitable is this?

March 5

David Rothwell and Anne Blumenthal 

Asset Poverty in Canada: Implications for child and family research

Asset Poverty in Canadian Families with Children

April 9
Rosaleen McElvaney

To tell or not to tell? Child sexual abuse disclosures: An Irish perspective

April 10

H. Monty Montgomery Indigenous Presence: Experiencing and Envisioning Indigenous Knowledges Within Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions from an Education and Social Work Faculty Perspective

May 14

Bree Akesson, Mark Canavera, and Debbie Landis Social work education in West and Central Africa: Implications for child protection

June 11

Sacha Bailey TBA