Most recent items are listed at the top of each category.

Announcements

  • 17 x 17 – 39th Annual Graduation Exhibition for Carleton University’s School of Industrial Design
    The Annual Graduation Exhibition for the graduating class of 2017 will open to the public on Saturday, April 22nd and close on Tuesday, April 25th, 10 a.m to 5 p.m. each day.  It will be in Carleton University’s Unicentre Galleria.
  • Off the Beaten Track – Summer School
    Off the Beaten Track announces the 12th edition of our Anthropological Summer Field School in Malta, Europe. The project is primarily directed toward ethnography, socio-cultural anthropology, and sociology students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Post-Doctoral Fellowships

Tenure-Track/Full Time Positions

Non-Tenure Track and Other Positions

Calls for Papers/Conferences/Talks

  • Call for Papers: Renderling
    Carleton University’s Art History Graduate Students’ Society is pleased to announce the first issue of Renderling, a student-organized annual journal dedicated to the dissemination of ideas rooted in visual culture. The journal committee welcomes applications from third and fourth year Carleton undergraduate students whose work is dedicated to visual and material culture – both contemporary and historic. Submission deadline is May 1st, 2017. Successful applicants will be notified May 22nd.
  • Call for Papers: Render, The Carleton Graduate Journal for Art and Culture
    Carleton University’s Art History Graduate Students’ Society is pleased to announce the fifth issue of Render, a student-run publication dedicated to the dissemination of ideas rooted in visual culture. The journal committee welcomes applications from all Carleton graduate students, at both the MA and PhD levels, whose work is dedicated to visual and material culture – both contemporary and historic. Submission deadline is May 1st, 2017. Successful applicants will be notified May 22nd.
  • Marx’s Capital after 150 Years: Critique and Alternative to Capitalism Conference, York University from May 24-26, 2017.  Everyone welcome. Admission is free. View the conference program here
  • Call for Papers: 2017 Justice, Crime, and Deviance: Regional Graduate Research and Networking Conference
    Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus will be hosting the fifth annual Justice, Crime, and Deviance: Regional Graduate Research and Networking Conference (JCD) on Saturday, April 29, 2017. This interdisciplinary conference will provide a platform for graduate students to share both completed and ongoing research endeavours, related to disciplines in justice, crime, and deviance.

Contests/Awards/Grants/Bursaries

  • The SSHRC Impact Awards Competition recognize exceptional SSHRC-funded researchers and students and celebrate their achievements in research, research training, knowledge mobilization and outreach activities.  Institutions will have until April 5, 2017 to submit nominations.

Workshops

  • Registration is now open for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. DHSITE 2017, a new joint initiative with Ottawa University, is offering four days of workshops and panels on digital media for research and teaching. The event is open to outgoing and incoming students, staff, faculty and the general public. DHSITE offers a series of workshops, keynote addresses, panels, meet-ups and demos at Carleton University and Ottawa University from May 17-20. Participants can enroll in up to 6 workshops on everything from Game Design and Digital Video Editing to Building Twitter Bots and Social Media Analysis.
  • The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University’s Programme of Events taking place between January and May.  The events will cover a wide range of topics and approaches to the discipline of oral history.  All events are free, but online registration is strongly advised, as seats are limited.

Lectures/Courses of Interest/Research

  • If you are thinking about taking a summer class or may want to take a class to meet a program requirement, there are a few spots still open for the EURUS course, EURR 4008/5008 Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Eastern and Central Europe, with Professor Milana Nikolko. Registration is open and the class will begin meeting on Tuesday, May 2, from 11:35 a.m. until 2:25 p.m. For more details, please use this link to the EURUS website with the course outline.

Graduate Programs at Other Universities

Brock University Child and Youth Studies MA and PhD programs

Collaborative Master’s Program in Asia-Pacific Studies at the University of Toronto

Master of Arts in Global Development Studies, Queen’s University 

Graduate Studies in Anthropology, University of Victoria

PhD in Anthropology Specialization in Global Health and Medical/Psychological Anthropology, or Specialization in Globalization, Migration and International Development (SMU)

Doctoral Programs in Anthropological Archaeology (SMU)

Osgoode Hall Graduate Programs in Law