According to a new report co-authored by 71 university researchers from all 10 provinces, decreased demand for fossil fuels over the coming decades could significantly reduce inward investment in the oil and gas sector, making the industry a less attractive and riskier business. The scholars recommend that Canada makes the shift from being an oil […]
We are proud to release this year's edition of Canada Watch "Canada: Homeland or Hostile Land?" This year's issue contains amazing works examining state oppression, critiquing Canadian multiculturalism, and analyzing the relationship between the Canadian state and 'outsiders.' The papers in this issue were written by the esteemed presenters from the 2016 Robarts Centre Annual Graduate […]
Call for Papers - The Life of Others: Narratives of Vulnerability for a special issue of Canada & Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literature and Cultural Studies (Spring 2018 issue). Guest Editor: Eva Darias-Beautell In her Levinasian discussion of the functioning of ethical obligations in the face of global and local forms of precarity, Judith Butler […]
The latest issue of Canada Watch "The Politics of Evidence" edited by Jody Berland and Jennifer Dalton now available online.
“Can Canada's infrastructure withstand climate change's extreme weather? Roads are melting under the extreme heat of an Australian sun and heaving exponentially in Canada’s far north as the mercury dips ever lower. The biggest threat to infrastructure in Canada and around the world is not that it’s aging, but climate change, suggests a new book, […]