International Perspectives on Sociology: Canada

This episode features a roundtable discussion about Canadian sociology.  It features Rima Wilkes (University of British Columbia), Howard Ramos (Dalhousie University), Liam Swiss (Memorial University), and Dale Ballucci (Western).  Topics include Trumpism’s potential in Canada, cultural differences with the United States, how Canadian sociology differs from American sociology, issues in the Canadian university system, and Canadian researchers and projects that our panel thinks deserve international attention.

Follow up, courtesy of Howard Ramos: the Globe and Mail recently asked about Trumpism’s potential in Canada.  Check out the article.

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