Canadian Sociological Association @ Congress 2019

DATE
Monday June 3, 2019 - Thursday June 6, 2019
TIME
08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
location_on
The University of British Columbia


The Canadian Sociology Association (CSA) is a professional association that promotes research, publication and teaching in Sociology in Canada. Its members include sociologists committed to research or education, in universities, government agencies and business. Its members also include students and individuals from any other discipline or affiliation who share a concern for sociology.

The Annual CSA Conference makes it possible for our members to meet and discuss academic, research, educational and administrative matters. As a CSA member, you will have the opportunity to disseminate your findings, and to learn from other researchers through a myriad of organized sessions. The Conference is part of the larger Federation of the Humanities and Social Sciences Congress. More than 70 other associations within the FHSS will hold their Conferences as well during the Congress in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Following the great success of hosting the XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology in 2018, the Canadian Sociological Association returns to the FHSS Congress for its 53rd Annual Conference. Panels, presentation sessions, and roundtables have been organized in 40 themes within the field of sociology. Themes include sociological teaching techniques, methods, theory, and research on a variety of topics such as children and youth, equality, Indigenous studies, immigration, health, culture, violence and many other crucial sociological topics. Our Conference will provide delegates the opportunity to disseminate their findings and to learn from other researchers and practitioners. Professional development, receptions, and research cluster meetings round out our expansive program. Join the more than 600 projected delegates from Canada and abroad from July 3 through 6.

Registration is required for all conference attendees, including speakers, presenters, panelists, organizers and those chairing or attending a session.