Emine Fidan Elcioglu on This is Hell! Podcast
UTSC Sociology's Assistant Professor Emine Fidan Elcioglu was interviewed for the This is Hell! Podcast for an episode entitled "Guns Fuel US Anti-Immigration Politics".
Sociology in the News: Emine Fidan Elcioglu on US gun culture and anti-immigration politics
UTSC Sociology Assistant Professor Emine Fidan Elcioglu was interviewed on US gun culture and anti-immigration politics in the Trace.
UTSC Sociologist offers new models to tackle challenges facing live music venues in Ontario
A new report co-authored by a UTSC Sociologist sets out the challenges facing music venues in Ontario and proposes innovative new models that might help overcome them.
Professor Patricia Romero-Lankao awarded Canada Excellence Research Chair for Sustainability Transitions
A University of Toronto Scarborough Sociologist has been awarded a prestigious federal research award that will focus on enshrining justice and equity as key principles as Canada transitions from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources.
Martyrdom, the geopolitics of suffering, and the sociology of religion
Religion is all around us – it permeates our culture and shapes our understanding of ourselves, the societies around us, and politics both local and global. Understanding the social meaning and influence of religion is key to a wider understanding of social life.
UTSC Professor contributes to roadmap for accelerating equitable decarbonization in the US
UTSC Professor Patricia Romero-Lankao is part of a team from the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine who have authored a report providing recommendations to guide the United States' energy transition, with a focus on justice and equity.
UTSC Sociologist lead author on framework to address equity in energy transition innovations
In a new article, Professor Paty Romero-Lankao and her colleagues suggest a framework to address equity in energy transition innovations such as electric vehicles, wind and solar power.
Indigenous students visit three Manitoulin Island First Nations
Indigenous students from across the three University of Toronto campuses took part in a trip to Manitoulin Island.
The Barbie movie got it wrong when it comes to baby dolls — this Indigenous collection is proof
UTSC News spoke to Assistant Professor Danielle Kwan Lafond and third-year sociology student Simón Reyes about a new project to digitally illustrate the history of a collection of 500 handmade culturally significant dolls.