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May 2019| Prof. Celine Le Bourdais honored by CIRANO

Professor Celine Le Bourdais has been honored as a “world-renowned demographer” whose research contributed greatly to the study of changing family law and family policy, both in Quebec and in Canada (See link for full stor

Published: 16 May 2019

May 2019| Jan Doering and Efe Peker publish an op-ed in the Toronto Star.

Jan Doering and Efe Peker publish an op-ed in the Toronto Star entitled "Laws that limit religious rights embolden racists, particularly Islamophobes".

Published: 16 May 2019

April 2019|Prof. Morton Weinfield involved in a review of the National Census with Statistics Canada.

Professor Morton Weinfeld has been involved with Statistics Canada in a review and evaluation of the national census and other questions used to measure Canadian diversity, notably language, ethnic origin, religion, and visible minority status. As part of this process, Statistics Canada will be holding large public consultations in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.

Published: 26 Apr 2019

March 2019| PhD Candidate Lysandre Champagne wins BMO Doctoral Fellowship

PhD Candidate, Lysandre Champagne(2018) won a 20000$ BMO Doctoral Fellowship in Montreal Studies from the McGill Center for Interdisciplinary Research(https://www.mcgill.ca/centre-montreal/bmo-doctoral-and-postdoctoral-scholarships).

Published: 18 Mar 2019

February 2019 | Professor Zoua Vang receives a $1.3 million CIHR grant.

Professor Vang received a $1.3 million CIHR grant to support her longitudinal research with Inuit childbirth evacuees from Nunavik. Through integrated Knowledge Transfer(iKT) activities, the project builds on existing strengths in Inuit communities to support women and their babies.

Published: 14 Feb 2019

February 2019 | Professor Barry Eidlin’s op-ed in the Washington Post on what the 2019 Los Angeles teachers’ strike can tell us about U.S. labour’s prospects.

Professor Barry Eidlin published an op-ed in the Washington Post  entitled "Los Angeles teachers just proved that the common wisdom about unions is wrong" on what the 2019 Los Angeles teachers’ strike can tell us about U.S. labour’s prospects.

Published: 5 Feb 2019

September 2018 | Professor Barry Eidlin’s Labour Day op-ed published in the Washington Post

Assistant Professor Barry Eidlin published an op-ed in the Washington Post to mark Labour Day 2018, entitled “Unions Struggle in the Courts, But They Have a Fighting Chance in the Streets.” While unions have taken a beating in recent decades, he notes, this year’s events offer some glimmers of hope f

Published: 24 Sep 2018

September 2018 | Professor Barry Eidlin wins Canadian Sociological Association Early Investigator Award

Assistant Professor Barry Eidlin was named the winner of the 2018 Early Investigator Award from the Canadian Sociological Association. It is awarded annually to a sociologist who is deemed to "have made significant research contributions in the early stages of their career.” In announcing the award, the CSA Research Advisory Subcommittee noted that it was"tremendously impressed with Dr.

Published: 24 Sep 2018

January 2018 | Milaine Alarie was interviewed on the radio show "Medium Large" to discuss her research on age-hypogamous intimate relationships

January 2018 | Milaine Alarie was interviewed on the radio show "Medium Large" to discuss her research on age-hypogamous intimate relationships (see link).

Published: 20 Jan 2018

October 2017 | The most recent edition of the EuropeNow Journal, entitled Governing the Migration Crisis, features an interview that was conducted by one of the graduate students, Sakeef Karim, as well an introduction co-authored by Prof. Jennifer Elrick

The most recent edition of the EuropeNow Journal, entitled Governing the Migration Crisis, features an interview that was conducted by one of the graduate students, Sakeef Karim, as well an introduction co-authored by Prof. Jennifer Elrick.   

Here is a link to the issue:http://www.europenowjournal.org/issues/issue-11-oct-2017

Published: 11 Oct 2017

October 2017 | Congratulations to Joanne Terrasi for winning the Arts Award of Excellence for Administrative and Support Staff!

October 2017 | Congratulations to Joanne Terrasi for winning the Arts Award of Excellence for Administrative and Support Staff!  

Published: 10 Oct 2017

The McGill Graduate Sociology Student Society is organizing an alumni event during the American Sociological Association Meetings.

The McGill Graduate Sociology Student Society is organizing an alumni event during the American Sociological Association Meetings. This event will bring together current and past graduate sociology students to help them network. The event will consist of two roundtables with guests who are currently employed in tenure-track positions and non-academic positions followed by a reception.

Published: 19 Jun 2017

June 2017 | Congratulations to Barry Eidlin for winning the Charles Tilly Award for Best Article from the American Sociological Association's Section on Comparative Historical Sociology!

Congratulations to Barry Eidlin for winning the Charles Tilly Award for Best Article from the American Sociological Association's Section on Comparative Historical Sociology!

Published: 19 Jun 2017

June 2017 | Congratulations to Skye Miner for winning the Prix Jean Monnet from the Centre Jean Monnet de Montréal.

Congratulations to Skye Miner for winning the Prix Jean Monnet from the Centre Jean Monnet de Montréal.

Published: 19 Jun 2017

May 2017 | PhD candidate Milaine Alarie was interviewed on television about her work on age-hypogamous relationships

PhD candidate Milaine Alarie was interviewed on television about her work on age-hypogamous relationships: https://ici.tou.tv/sexplora/S02E07

Published: 17 May 2017

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