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Professor Barry Eidlin writes in the Washington Post about the undemocratic nature of union representation elections in the United States.

Published: 23Apr2021

Labour unions in the United States have suffered a series of high-profile defeats in union representation elections in recent years, most recently at Amazon in Bessemer, Alabama. While some might...

Professor Barry Eidlin comments on Alabama Amazon union loss in the Globe and Mail.

Published: 19Apr2021

On April 9, 2021, one of the most high-profile union elections in recent U.S. history came to a close. Workers at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama voted by more than 2-1 against joining a...

Congratulations to Emre Amasyali who won the Arts Insights Dissertation Award for the Social Sciences and Humanities.

Published: 12Apr2021

Emre Amasyali won the Arts Insights Dissertation Award for the Social Sciences and Humanities for his thesis, entitled "The fight for Eden: a mixed-methods analysis of historical educational...

In December 2020, Professor Amélie Quesnel-Vallée's Canada Research Chair in Policies and Health Inequalities was renewed for another five years

Published: 26Jan2021

In 2015, the Canadian population crossed a significant threshold, as those 65 years and over now outnumber those 14 years and younger. This historically unprecedented population ageing requires us...

Professor Barry Eidlin offers post-US election analysis in La Presse

Published: 4Nov2020

Assistant Professor Barry Eidlin offered commentary on the November 3, 2020 U.S. presidential election in La Presse. On November 4, he published a morning-after analysis of the results entitled «...

Sociology Seminar - Amin Ghaziani - "Matters of Culture: From the Metropolis to Measurement and Modes of Inequality."

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Location: Remote presentation Amin Ghaziani, UBC Topic: “Matters of Culture: From the Metropolis to Measurement and Modes of Inequality.” /sociologyCategory: Dept. of Sociology

Sociology Seminar - Joane Nagel - "Gender and Climate Change."

23Oct202015:00
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Location: Remote presentation Joane Nagel, University of Kansas Topic: "Gender and Climate Change." /sociologyCategory: Dept. of Sociology

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