Sociology students: Submit your work!

The Sociology Undergraduate Students Association’s Annual Academic Conference is a unique opportunity to revisit work you would like to share and discuss with other students and faculty, while gaining great experience and even prizes! Submit a research paper or project which you (in any year or sociology course) have completed and would like to present. […]

Dr Goldring is Discussant at Creating Pathways and Crossing Borders: Access to Higher Education for Refugees and Precarious Migrants

Creating Pathways and Crossing Borders: Access to Higher Education for Refugees and Precarious Migrants     ***This event is part of York University Refugee Awareness Week 2018, details are available at (and an up to the minute schedule is available at  ) *** Thursday, February 8th, 2018 12:00-2:00pm Founders College Senior Common Room (Room […]

Dr Kim awarded grant to study North Korean refugees

York U professor awarded grant to study North Korean refugees in Canada From Yfile January 17, 2018 For a little more than a decade (2003 to 2015), there was a small bump in the numbers of North Koreans in Canada, many of them seeking asylum. But the number of asylum seekers, which were in the […]

Excalibur reviews Dr Ali's "Environmental Management: Critical Thinking and Emerging Practices"

Check out Excalibur's November 16 review of Professors Harris Ali and Peter Mulvihill's recent book, Environmental Management: Critical Thinking and Emerging Practices. Taken from: In the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES), Professors Harris Ali and Peter Mulvihill published Environmental Management: Critical thinking and emerging practices to highlight the increasing ecological crisis, which the authors […]

International conference 'Marx's Capital after 150 Years: Critique and Alternative to Capitalism' attracts 1,000+

  An international conference to mark  the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Marx’s Capital was held May 24 to 26 at York University. Organized by Marx Collegium (York University), under the directorship of Marcello Musto, associate professor of sociology, the conference brought together some of the leading scholars in the fields of sociology, political science, and […]

Parliament Hill "Pop-Up" features Kurasawa's digital culture research

  On May 17, York University participated in the Council of Ontario Universities (COU)’s Research Matters annual Pop-Up Research Park on Parliament Hill. Vice-President, Research & Innovation Robert Haché and Professor Fuyuki Kurasawa attended with Kurasawa’s display, on how digital culture is tackling the world’s problems, attracting considerable attention from members of Parliament. Research Matters […]

Sociology Professor Eric Mykhalovskiy awarded prestigious research excellence award

  York University Sociology Professor Eric Mykhalovskiy has been awarded the 2017 Canadian Association for HIV Research-Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CAHR-CANFAR) Excellence in Research Award in the Social Sciences. The CAHR-CANFAR Excellence in Research Awards are intended to highlight and celebrate the contributions of Canadian researchers in HIV/AIDS research in Canada and internationally. The […]

Prof. Musto organizes international conference on "Marx's Capital After 150 Years"

  Critique and Alternative to Capitalism York University, Toronto 24-26 May 2017 Free admission From After the eruption of the international financial crisis in 2008, Marx's Capital received renewed academic and popular attention. Leading newspapers throughout the world discussed again the contemporary relevance of its pages. Faced with a deep new crisis of capitalism, […]