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Friday, September 28, 2012

Social Justice & Democratization Space - New from the International Sociological Association

Social Justice & Democratization Space


NEW from the International Sociological Association

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Every day we witness people across the globe challenging oppressive
social, political, and economic regimes. As sociologists, it is
critical for us to consider the multiple ways that our sociological
research, pedagogy, policy and practice can substantively address the
complex issues and formidable dilemmas of our time.

Social Justice & Democratization Space provides an environment to
support and enhance communication, cooperation, and efficacy in the
international dissemination and exchange of information among
researchers, teachers and practitioners that can contribute to
transformative change.

Social Justice & Democratization Space is a new ISA project initiated
by Margaret Abraham, ISA VP Research and developed in partnership with
Robert Rojek, SAGE Publications.





How can you participate?

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

CASCA: Job postings/Offres d'emploi

(English follows)

Les offres d'emploi suivantes viennent d'être ajoutées à notre banque.

Anthropology - Tenure-Track Position (Socio-Cultural Anthropology)
Brandon University

Chief Operating Officer Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Criminal Justice and Criminology - Assistant Professor (Crime and
Migration) - Ryerson University

Education - Assistant/Associate Professor (Canada Research Chair in
Indian Residential Schools)
University of Manitoba

Education - Chair (Aboriginal Education)
University of Saskatchewan

Gender and Women's Studies - Assistant Professor
Brandon University

Multiple Disciplines - Faculty Positions
Quest University Canada

Native Studies - Tenure-Track Appointment
Brandon University

Sociologie - 2 Professeurs
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

Sociology - Assistant Professor
Brandon University

Sociology - Assistant Professor (Contemporary Social Theory)
Ryerson University

Sociology - Tenure-Track Position (Criminology/Deviance)
Bishop's University


Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site Web:

www.cas-sca.ca

Merci

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The following job postings have just been added to our job page.

Anthropology - Tenure-Track Position (Socio-Cultural Anthropology)
Brandon University

Chief Operating Officer Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Criminal Justice and Criminology - Assistant Professor (Crime and
Migration) - Ryerson University

Education - Assistant/Associate Professor (Canada Research Chair in
Indian Residential Schools)
University of Manitoba

Education - Chair (Aboriginal Education)
University of Saskatchewan

Gender and Women's Studies - Assistant Professor
Brandon University

Multiple Disciplines - Faculty Positions
Quest University Canada

Native Studies - Tenure-Track Appointment
Brandon University

Sociologie - 2 Professeurs
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

Sociology - Assistant Professor
Brandon University

Sociology - Assistant Professor (Contemporary Social Theory)
Ryerson University

Sociology - Tenure-Track Position (Criminology/Deviance)
Bishop's University


See them and others on our website:

www.cas-sca.ca

Thank you

CIHR-IPPH September e-Bulletin | e-Bulletin septembre IRSC-ISPP

September 26, 2012 | Le 26 septembre 2012


ENGLISH VERSION

Contents:


Putting a roof over inadequate housing: Home Safe Toronto Documentary
Screening and Panel Discussion

CIHR Annual Report

Writing Letters of Support

Third Biennial Bilingual Conference of the Canadian Society for the
Sociology of Health

Cochrane Canada 2012 Webinar Series

Healthy Relationships: The Foundation for Healthy Development Implications
for Policy and Practice


Additional News:

Funding Opportunities / Grants / Awards

Scholarship / Fellowship / Internship / Educational Opportunities

Have you Read / Seen?

Calendar of Upcoming Events

Share your Publications and Success Stories


Putting a roof over inadequate housing: Home Safe Toronto Documentary
Screening and Panel Discussion

Please join us to watch inspiring clips from the SkyWorks documentary Home
Safe Toronto which delves into the lives of some of Toronto's families who
are struggling to keep a roof over their heads, put food on their plates,
and stay healthy.

Following the film segments, take part in an interactive discussion with
researchers about the evidence on inadequate housing, health outcomes, and
food insecurity and hear from participants featured in the film.

This free event (
http://secure.campaigner.com/CSB/Campaigns/:%20http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45754.html
) is hosted by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Institute of
Population and Public Health in partnership with SkyWorks Charitable
Foundation.

Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
The Royal Theatre, 608 College Street, Toronto ON
Please RSVP to
ipph-ispp@uottawa.ca.http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45390.html#a8


CIHR Annual Report

The CIHR Annual Report 2011-12: The Measure of Success, is now available
on the CIHR website ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45574.html ) . The
report was officially tabled on August 22 in the House of Commons by the
Minister of Health. This year, as part of our ongoing effort to assess our
performance, CIHR hosted the prestigious International Review Panel (IRP).
This report highlights the actions we have taken to implement the
recommendations of the IRP, and how these recommendations align with our
overall strategic plan. It also shines a spotlight on the work of
CIHR-funded researchers across the country who are helping build a
healthier future for Canadians.


Writing Letters of Support

The objective of a new CIHR document is to provide guidelines for writing
effective letters of support. The information in the guide is based on an
analysis of the extent to which the strength or weakness of letters of
support impacts peer review scores on integrated Knowledge Translation
(iKT) applications.

For more information, visit the website (
http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45246.html ) .


Third Biennial Bilingual Conference of the Canadian Society for the
Sociology of Health

Sociological Contributions to Health Equity

When: October 25th-27th 2012
Where: The National Hotel and Suites, Ottawa, Ontario
Conference fees: Students: $225 Associates/Regular: $500

For more information visit the website (
http://www.cssh-scss.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=15&Itemid=35&lang=en
) .


Cochrane Canada 2012 Webinar Series

Learn more about Cochrane Reviews without leaving your desk!

Cochrane Canada Live is a free webinar series that offers online training
on a wide range of topics related to The Cochrane Collaboration, Cochrane
Reviews and The Cochrane Library. Webinars are available for new authors,
seasoned Cochrane reviewers and researchers who want to learn more about
The Cochrane Collaboration and systematic reviews. Please visit the
Cochrane Canada website (
http://ccnc.cochrane.org/cochrane-canada-live-webinars ) to register for
the 2012 Webinar Series and get ready to learn with renowned research
experts from around the world. Cochrane Canada is funded by the Canadian
Institutes of Health Research.

Part 1 - Promoting Action on Equity Issues: A Knowledge-To-Action Handbook
October 10, 2012 (1 PM EDT)
Developed by Bowen, Botting & Roy (2011), this tool provides a framework
and worksheets that can be used to develop an equity-focused knowledge
translation strategy. For more information and to register click here (
http://bit.ly/QiX3nk ) .

Part 2 - Health Equity Impact Assessment Tool
October 17, 2012 (1 PM EDT)
Developed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) in
partnership with Public Health Ontario, Public Health Units and the
MOHLTC's Public Health Division, this tool can help decision-makers to
consider equity issues in planning decisions. For more information and to
register click here ( http://bit.ly/QXfosR ) .


Healthy Relationships: The Foundation for Healthy Development Implications
for Policy and Practice

Presenters: (PREVNet) researchers, Dr. Wendy Craig and Dr. Debra Pepler
Date: Tuesday October 30th, 2012
Time: 1:30 - 4:00pm
Location: Banting Auditorium, 251 Sir Frederick Banting Driveway, Tunney's
Pasture, Ottawa
RSVP: Please contact Elaine MacDonald at Elaine.MacDonald@phac-aspc.gc.ca
no later than Friday, October 25th, 2012 and indicate whether you will be
joining in person or via teleconference.


Funding Opportunities / Grants / Awards (organized by deadline)

IPPH funding opportunities can be found here (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/srch.do?view=search ) by
selecting the Institute of Population and Public Health under the CIHR
Institute dropdown menu.

2013 Canada Gairdner International Awards
The award recognizes outstanding biomedical scientists who have made
original contributions to medicine with the goal of contributing through
research to increased understanding of human biology and disease. It also
recognizes an original, seminal contribution or discovery rather than a
lifetime of work. Gairdner invites the scientific community to nominate
qualified scientists from any branch of biomedicine.
For more information, visit the website (
http://old.gairdner.org/tonominate ) .
Nomination deadline: October 1, 2012

Gender, Work and Health Chair Program
The CIHR Institute of Gender and Health is announcing the launch of the
Gender, Work and Health Chair Program. The specific objectives of Gender,
Work and Health Chair Program are:
— To support leading researchers to develop their programs of research in
gender, work and health
— To build capacity for research on work and health that accounts for
gender and sex
— To foster the translation of that research into gender- and
sex-sensitive policies and interventions that improve workers' health
The maximum amount per award is $160,000 CAD per year for up to five
years. Please visit the CIHR website (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1598&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=E
) to access the full funding opportunity.
Application deadline: October 1, 2012

European Commission 7th Framework Program (FP7)
The European Commission has launched the last call for proposals under the
7th Framework Program. The objective of health research under FP7 is to
improve the health of European citizens and boost the competitiveness of
health-related industries and businesses, as well as address global health
issues. Priority will be given to the following activities:
— Biotechnology, generic tools and technologies for human health -
producing knowledge that will be applied in the area of health and
medicine
— Translating research for human health - making sure that basic
discoveries have practical benefits and improve the quality of life
— Optimising the delivery of health care to European citizens - ensuring
that the results of biomedical research will ultimately reach the citizens
For more information, visit the website (
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/health/ ) .
Deadline for FP7-HEALTH-2013-INNOVATION: October 2, 2012

CIHR Catalyst Grant - e-Health Innovations: Supporting More Efficient
Population and Person-Centered Healthcare
The CIHR-Institute of Health Services and Policy Research (IHSPR) in
partnership with the Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis
(IMHA) will provide funding for Canadian investigators to conduct research
that will improve processes and/or outcomes related to efficiency and
access in the following relevant research areas:
— Patient-Centered e-Heath: Empowering Patients to Manage Chronic
Conditions and Improve their Health
— New Generation Health Professional: Decision-Support Tools to Enable
Individualized Care
— Timely Detection and Intervention: New Tools for Monitoring Population
Health.
For more information, visit the website (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/viewOpportunityDetails.do?progCd=10339&language=E&fodAgency=CIHR&view=browseArchive&browseArc=true&org=CIHR
) or contact IHSPR.
Application deadline: October 16, 2012

Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Program provides awards to attract
and retain the very best postdoctoral researchers (national and
international) in order to develop their leadership potential and position
them for success as research leaders who will positively contribute to
Canada's economic, social, and research-based growth.
For more information, visit the website (
http://banting.fellowships-bourses.gc.ca/home-accueil-eng.html ) .
Application deadline: November 1, 2012

Partnerships for Health System Improvement (PHSI) 2012- 2013
The intent of the PHSI program ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34347.html )
is to strengthen Canada's healthcare system through collaborative,
applied and policy-relevant research. PHSI is Canada's premier health
services and policy research funding opportunity — and with its strong
emphasis on partnerships and knowledge translation, it is also a major
resource for managers and policy makers who want relevant research to
inform their decision-making. PHSI funds teams of decision makers and
researchers to conduct applied health services and policy research.
For funding opportunity details visit Partnerships for Health System
Improvement funding opportunity (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1587&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=E
) or contact Andrea Smith, Manager- Knowledge Translation Initiatives at
613-941-4350 or PHSI-PASS@cihr-irsc.gc.ca.
Application deadline: November 1, 2012

CIHR Health Challenges in Chronic Inflammation Initiative - Team Grant
The overall goal of the Roadmap Signature Initiative - Inflammation in
Chronic Disease is to develop a unified Canadian strategy on inflammation
that will support health research for the discovery and validation of
common biomarkers, therapeutic targets, and inflammatory mechanisms among
chronic diseases, with the ultimate goal to prevent and /or treat chronic
disease by reducing inflammation and pain through novel interventions. In
order to reach this goal, and following an extensive period of
consultation with the Canadian research community, CIHR and its partners
are please to announce the first funding opportunity of the Roadmap
Signature Initiative - Inflammation in Chronic Disease: Health Challenges
in Chronic Inflammation Initiative (Team Grant).
For more information, visit the website (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?prog=1662&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&resultCount=25&sort=program&all=1&masterList=true
) .
Letter of intent deadline: November 15, 2012

2012-13 CIHR-IPPH Institute Community Support (ICS) Program
The ICS is designed to foster community development by providing grants
and awards (including travel awards) to individuals and organizations for
the purposes of:
— Aiding research and knowledge translation activities where the
circumstances fall outside CIHR's programs
— Supporting organizations and activities whose goals are consistent with
the Institute's and CIHR's vision, mandate and strategic directions
Visit the IPPH ICS website ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/36067.html )
for more information. Please note that travel awards are now administered
through ResearchNet (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1530&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=E
) .
Application deadlines: November 15, 2012 and March 15, 2013
Travel award deadline: January 2013


Scholarship / Fellowship / Internship / Educational Opportunities

Funding News
In an effort to align the timing of CIHR's fellowship competition with its
federal counterparts, NSERC and SSHRC, beginning in the Fall 2013, the
CIHR Fellowship competition will only accept applications once per year
(in October).
Despite this change, the number of fellowships awarded will be maintained
at approximately 170 per year and the overall budget allocated to this
program will remain unchanged at $21M over five years.
For questions, please contact the Fellowships team at the following
address: Fellowships@cihr-irsc.gc.ca or visit our Frequently Asked
Questions ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44244.html ) .

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Community-Based Research Fellowship
Application.
The objective of the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is to provide
postdoctoral fellows with a comprehensive training program in the fields
of addiction and/or mental health and with training in research
techniques. Postdoctoral fellows are expected to make independent
contributions to knowledge during their appointment. These may be in the
form of a contribution to an existing project, or through the development
of an original project.
Visit the website (
http://www.camh.ca/en/research/students_and_fellows/Pages/fellowship_community_research.aspx
) for more information.
Application deadline: December 5, 2012


Have you Read / Seen?

Ethics @ CIHR – Annual Update (Fall 2012) ( http://www.cihr.ca/e/45783.html )
Canadian Obesity Research Investment (2006-2008) Report (
http://www.partnershipagainstcancer.ca/wp-content/uploads/CORI_ExecutiveSummary_FINAL_EN.pdf
)
Promoting action on equity issues: A knowledge-to-action handbook (
http://www.publichealth.ualberta.ca/research/research_publications.aspx )
Interrogating scarcity: how to think about 'resource-scarce settings' (
http://heapol.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/08/16/heapol.czs071.full
) (article)


Calendar of Upcoming Events


Visit the website ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/13984.html ) .


Share your Publications and Success Stories

Has your research led to a breakthrough, the development of a new
product/program, or changes in policy and practice? We want to hear about
it! Your story may be featured on our web site or in the next issue of our
Institute newsletter - POP News ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/27324.html
) . Please email your publications and / or impact stories to Emma Cohen,
IPPH Knowledge Translation and Communications Officer.

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VERSION FRANÇAISE

Contenu:

Un toit convenable pour tous : Visionnement du documentaire Home Safe
Toronto et discussion en groupe

Rapport annuel des IRSC 2011-2012

Le Guide de rédaction des lettres d'appui des IRSC

Troisième congrès biannuel bilingue de la Société canadienne de sociologie
de la santé

Série de webinaires 2012 de Cochrane Canada

Relations saines: le fondement d'un développement sain Incidences sur le
plan des politiques et de la pratique


D'autres nouvelles:

Possibilités de financement, subventions, et prix

Bourses / Bourses de recherche / Occasions de stage

Avez-vous lu / vu ?

Calendrier d'événements à venir

Partager vos contributions scientifiques ou votre histoire de succès


Un toit convenable pour tous : Visionnement du documentaire Home Safe
Toronto et discussion en groupe

Joignez-vous à nous pour voir des extraits de l'intéressant documentaire
Home Safe Toronto de SkyWorks qui scrute la vie de certaines familles de
Toronto qui ont de la difficulté à se trouver un toit, à mettre des
aliments sur la table et à demeurer en santé.

Après la présentation des parties du film, prenez part à une discussion
interactive avec des chercheurs sur des données concernant les piètres
conditions de logement, les résultats sur le plan de la santé et
l'insécurité alimentaire, et venez entendre les participants en vedette
dans le film.

Cette activité gratuite (
http://secure.campaigner.com/CSB/Campaigns/:%20http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/45754.html
) est organisée par l'Institut de la santé publique et des populations
des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada en partenariat avec la
fondation caritative SkyWorks. Les présentations seront en anglais
seulement.

Le 11 octobre 2012, de 19 h à 21 h
The Royal Theatre, 608, rue College, Toronto (Ontario)
R.S.V.P. ipph-ispp@uottawa.ca.


Rapport annuel des IRSC 2011-2012

Le Rapport annuel des IRSC 2011-2012 : La mesure du succès est maintenant
affiché sur le site Web des IRSC (
http://secure.campaigner.com/CSB/Campaigns/www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/45574.html
) . Le rapport de cette année a été déposé officiellement le 22 août
dernier à la Chambre des communes par la ministre de la Santé. Cette
année, dans le cadre de leurs efforts constants pour évaluer leur
rendement, les IRSC ont accueilli le prestigieux comité d'examen
international (CEI). Ce rapport présente les mesures que nous avons prises
pour mettre en œuvre les recommandations du CEI, et la façon dont ces
recommandations s'harmonisent avec notre plan stratégique global. Il donne
aussi un aperçu des travaux de chercheurs du pays financés par les IRSC
qui aident à créer un avenir plus sain pour les Canadiens.


Le Guide de rédaction des lettres d'appui des IRSC

L'objectif de un nouveau IRSC document est de fournir des lignes
directrices sur la façon de rédiger des lettres d'appui efficaces. Les
renseignements donnés reposent sur une analyse de la mesure dans laquelle
la force ou la faiblesse des lettres d'appui influe sur la note que les
pairs évaluateurs accordent aux demandes d'ACi.

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/45246.html ) .


Troisième congrès biannuel bilingue de la Société canadienne de sociologie
de la santé

Apport de la sociologie à l'équité en santé

Date : Du 25 au 27 octobre 2012
Endroit : The National Hotel and Suites, Ottawa (Ontario)
Fraise d'inscription au congrés : Étudiants : 225 $ Membres associés ou
réguliers : 500 $

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://www.cssh-scss.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=15&Itemid=35&lang=fr
) .

Série de webinaires 2012 de Cochrane Canada

Apprenez-en davantage sur les revues Cochrane sans quitter votre bureau!

Cochrane Canada en direct constitue une série de webinaires gratuits de
formation en ligne sur un large éventail de sujets lié à la Collaboration
Cochrane, aux revues Cochrane et à la Bibliothèque Cochrane. Des
webinaires sont offerts à l'intention des nouveaux auteurs, des
évaluateurs Cochrane chevronnés et des chercheurs qui veulent en apprendre
davantage sur la Collaboration Cochrane et les revues systématiques.
Visitez le site Web de Cochrane Canada (
http://ccnc.cochrane.org/cochrane-canada-live-webinars ) afin de vous
inscrire à la série de webinaires 2012 (anglais seulement) et enrichissez
vos connaissances au contact d'experts de renom du monde entier. Cochrane
Canada est financé par les Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada.

1re partie - Promoting Action on Equity Issues : A Knowledge-To-Action
Handbook
10 octobre 2012 (13 h, HAE)
Mis au point par Bowen, Botting et Roy (2011), cet outil procure un cadre
et des feuilles de travail pouvant servir à élaborer une stratégie
d'application des connaissances axée sur l'équité.
Afin d'en savoir plus et de vous inscrire, cliquez ici (
http://bit.ly/OaNxXJ ) .

2e partie – outil d'évaluation de l'impact sur l'équité en matière de santé
17 octobre 2012 (13 h, HAE)
Créé par le ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée (MSSLD), en
partenariat avec Santé publique Ontario, les bureaux de santé et la
Division de la santé publique du MSSLD, cet outil peut aider les décideurs
à tenir compte des questions d'équité lorsqu'il s'agit de planifier. Afin
d'en savoir plus et de vous inscrire, cliquez ici ( http://bit.ly/Po5NKf )
..


Relations saines: le fondement d'un développement sain Incidences sur le
plan des politiques et de la pratique

Présentateurs : Dre Wendy Craig et Dre Debra Pepler, chercheuses (PREVNet)
Date : mardi le 30 octobre 2012
Heure : 13h30 - 16h00
Lieu : Auditorium Banting, 251 Chemin Sir Frederick Banting, Pré Tunney,
Ottawa
RSVP : Veuillez communiquer avec Elaine MacDonald à
Elaine.MacDonald@phac-aspc.gc.ca avant le vendredi 25 octobre 2012 et
indiquez si vous nous rejoindrez en personne ou par téléconférence.


Possibilités de financement, subventions, et prix (organizé par date limite)

Les possibilités de financement de l'ISPP peuvent être retrouvées ici (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/srch.do?language=F ) en
sélectionnant l'Institut de la santé publique et des populations du menu
déroulant.

Prix Internationaux Canada Gairdner 2013
L'objectif de la fondation est de récompenser et féliciter les
scientifiques qui ont participé de façon significative à la médecine avec
pour but de contribuer, à travers la recherche, à la conquête de la
maladie et au soulagement de la souffrance humaine. La fondation invite la
communauté scientifique à désigner, dans le domaine de la biomédecine, les
scientifiques les plus qualifiés.
Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://old.gairdner.org/tonominate/nomination ) .
Date limite de nominations : 1 octobre 2012

Annonce de possibilité de financement : Programme de chaires de recherche
sur le genre, le travail et la santé
L'Institut de la santé des femmes et des hommes des IRSC annonce le
lancement du programme de chaires de recherche sur le genre, le travail et
la santé. Les objectifs particuliers du programme de chaires de recherche
sur le genre, le travail et la santé sont les suivants :
— Soutenir des chercheuses et chercheurs de renom dans l'élaboration de
leurs programmes de recherche sur le genre, le travail et la santé
— Accroître les ressources nécessaires pour effectuer de la recherche sur
le travail et la santé qui tient compte du genre et du sexe
— Favoriser l'application de cette recherche en vue d'établir des
politiques et des interventions qui intègrent les notions de genre et de
sexe et qui améliorent la santé des travailleurs et des travailleuses
Le montant maximal accordé par bourse est de 160,000 $ CAD par année sur
cinq ans. Visitez le site Web des IRSC (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1598&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=F
) pour consulter la possibilité de financement.
Date limite pour présenter une demande : 1 octobre 2012

Subvention catalyseur - Innovations en cybersanté : Soutenir
l'amélioration des soins de santé axés sur les individus et les
populations
L'Institut des services et des politiques de la santé des Instituts de
recherche en santé du Canada (ISPS des IRSC), en partenariat avec
l'Institut de l'appareil locomoteur et de l'arthrite (IALA), ont le
plaisir d'annoncer le lancement des Innovations en cybersanté : Soutenir
l'amélioration des soins de santé axés sur les individus et les
populations. La possibilité de financement Innovations en cybersanté
permettra de soutenir des chercheurs canadiens dans leurs travaux afin
d'améliorer les processus et les résultats en matière d'efficience et
d'accès dans les domaines de recherche pertinents suivants :
— Cybersanté axée sur le patient : donner aux individus les moyens de
prendre en charge leurs problèmes de santé chroniques et d'améliorer leur
santé
— Professionnel de la santé de nouvelle génération : outils d'appui et
d'aide à la décision pour favoriser les soins individualisés
— Détection et intervention rapides : nouveaux outils pour surveiller la
santé des Populations
Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/viewOpportunityDetails.do?browseArc=true&progCd=10339&org=CIHR&view=browseArchive&fodAgency=CIHR&language=F
) ou contactez l'ISPS.
Date limite de présentation de demandes : 16 octobre 2012

Partenariats pour l'amélioration des services de santé (PASS) 2012-2013
Le programme PASS ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/34347.html ) vise à
renforcer le système de santé du Canada au moyen de recherches appliquées,
pertinentes sur le plan des politiques et réalisées en collaboration. Les
PASS constituent la possibilité de financement sur les services et les
politiques de santé le plus important au Canada et, puisqu'il met en
valeur les partenariats et l'application des connaissances, il se veut
également une ressource de premier plan pour les gestionnaires et les
responsables des politiques qui souhaitent orienter leurs décisions à
partir de recherches pertinentes. Les PASS financent des équipes
d'utilisateurs de connaissances et de chercheurs pour mener de la
recherche appliquée sur les politiques et les services de santé.
Pour en apprendre davantage sur cette possibilité de financement,
consultez la page : La possibilité de financement: Partenariats pour
l'amélioration des services de santé (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1587&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=F
) ou communiquez avec Andrea Smith, Gestionnaire- Initiatives de
L'application des connaissances à 613-941-4350 ou
PHSI-PASS@irsc-cihr.gc.ca.
Date limite pour soumettre une demande : 1 novembre 2012

Initiative sur les défis de santé liés l'inflammation chronique -
Subvention d'équipe
L'objectif général de l'Initiative phare Inflammation et maladies
chroniques est de développer une stratégie canadienne unifiée sur
l'inflammation qui appuiera la recherche en santé pour la découverte et la
validation de biomarqueurs communs, de cibles thérapeutiques et de
mécanismes inflammatoires universels dans les maladies chroniques, dans le
but final de prévenir, de surveiller et/ou de traiter les maladies
chroniques par la diminution de l'inflammation et la douleur par
l'entremise de nouvelles intervantions. Dans le but d'atteindre cet
objectif et faisant suite à une consultation exhaustive de la communauté
de recherche canadienne, les IRSC et ses partenaires sommes heureux
d'annoncer la première possibilité de financement de l'Initiative phare
Inflammation et maladies chroniques: Initiative sur les défis de santé
liés à l'inflammation chronique - Subvention d'équipe.
Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1662&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=F
) .
Date limite de lettre d'intention : 15 novembre 2012

Programme d'appui communautaire (PACI) de l'Institut de la santé publique
et des populations (ISPP) 2012-13
Les instituts des IRSC recourent au PACI pour fournir des
subventions/bourses à des personnes et à des organisations appartenant à
leurs milieux respectifs, afin qu'elles s'en servent pour :
— Fournir des subventions ou des bourses pour des activités de recherche
et d'application des connaissances qui ne sont pas couvertes par les
autres programmes des IRSC
— Appuyer des organismes et des individus dont les buts concordent avec la
vision, le mandat et les orientations stratégiques des IRSC et des leurs
instituts.
Pour de plus amples renseignements, consultez le site-Web pour le PACI de
l'ISPP ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/36067.html ) . Veuillez noter que
les bourses de voyage de l'ISPP sont maintenant administrés par
RechercheNet (
http://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/vwOpprtntyDtls.do?resultCount=25&sort=program&prog=1530&masterList=true&view=currentOpps&org=CIHR&type=AND&all=1&language=F
) .
Date limite de présentation des demandes : 15 novembre 2012 et 15 mars 2013
Date limite de présentation des demandes pour des bourses de voyage :
janvier 2013


Bourses / Bourses de recherche / Occasions de stage

Nouvelles relatives au Financement
Dans le but d'harmoniser l'échéancier du concours des bourses de recherche
des IRSC avec leurs homologues fédéraux, le CRSNG et le CRSH, on
n'acceptera les demandes qu'une fois par année au concours de bourses de
recherche des IRSC à compter de l'automne 2013 (c.-à-d. en octobre).
Malgré ce changement, le nombre de bourses de recherche accordées sera
maintenu à environ 170 par année et le budget global affecté à ce
programme ne changera pas. Il sera de 21 millions de dollars sur cinq ans.
Si vous avez des questions, communiquez avec l'équipe des bourses de
recherche à l'adresse suivante : BoursesRecherches@irsc-cihr.gc.ca ou
visitez notre Foire aux questions (
http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/44244.html ) .

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Community-Based Research Fellowship
Application (anglais seulement)
Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site web (
http://www.camh.ca/en/research/students_and_fellows/Pages/fellowship_community_research.aspx
) .
Date limite pour présenter une demande : 5 decembre 2012


Avez-vous lu / vu?

Éthique @ IRSC – Mise à jour annuelle (automne 2012) (
http://www.cihr.ca/f/45783.html )
Rapport sur les investissements dans la recherche sur l'obésité au Canada
(2006-2008) (
http://www.partnershipagainstcancer.ca/wp-content/uploads/CORI_ExecutiveSummary_FINAL_FR.pdf
)
Promoting action on equity issues: A knowledge-to-action handbook (
http://www.publichealth.ualberta.ca/research/research_publications.aspx )
(anglais seulement)
Interrogating scarcity: how to think about 'resource-scarce settings' (
http://heapol.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/08/16/heapol.czs071.full
) (article) (anglais seulement)


Calendrier d'événements à venir

Veuillez consulter le site web ( http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/13984.html ) .


Partager vos contributions scientifiques ou votre histoire de succès

Est-ce que votre recherche a résulté dans une invention révolutionnaire,
le développement d'un nouveau produit/programme ou les changements dans la
politique et la pratique ? Nous voulons en entendre ! Votre histoire peut
être présentée sur notre site Web ou dans l'édition suivante de notre
bulletin d'Institut - POP Nouvelles (
http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/f/27324.html ) . S'il vous plaît envoyez vos
publications et / ou vos histoires d'impact à Emma Cohen, Agente en
application des connaissances et en communications, ISPP.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Panel Discussion on Feminist Activism, October 5, 2012, University of Ottawa - Panel (en anglais seulement) sur le militantisme f=?iso-8859-1?Q?=E9ministe,_5_octobre_2012,_Universit=E9?= d'Ottawa #5

Greetings / Bonjour,

We are pleased to invite you to the following event. / Il nous fait
plaisir de vous inviter à assister à cet événement.

Free admission / entrée libre


The Institute of Women's Studies (University of Ottawa)

and

The Pauline Jewett Institute of Women's and Gender Studies (Carleton
University)

invite you to a panel discussion on


Feminist Activism:

Local and International Perspectives



When: Friday, October 5, 2012

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Where: Social Sciences Building

120 University Pvt

Room 4007

University of Ottawa



Speakers:

Walaa Salah Mohamed Abdelrhman, Advocacy and Networking Officer, Strategic
Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa, Sudan

Julie Lalonde, Ottawa-based activist and social justice advocate, Canada

Aghssan Barghouthi, Media Coordinator, Stop the Wall Campaign, Palestine

Tatiana Fraser, Co-Founder and former Executive Director of Girls Action
Foundation, Canada

Maria Luisa Aguilar Rodriguez, International Unit Officer, Centro de
Derechos Humanos de la Montaña "Tlachinollan", Mexico

Caitlin Tolley, First Nation Algonquin from the community of Kitigan-Zibi,
Canada

Moderator:

Kate McInturff, Women's Human Rights Campaigner for Amnesty International,
Canada



FREE ADMISSION


Please RSVP with Hélène Boudreault, at 613-520-6644 or hboudre@uOttawa.ca

We acknowledge and are grateful for the support of the Joint Chair in
Women's Studies (University of Ottawa and Carleton University), Match
International, and the Sister-to-Sister Mentorship Program of the Nobel
Women's Initiative.

Announcing the New Geographic Perspectives on Women (GPOW) Website at gpow.org

gpow.org has launched!

The Geographic Perspectives on Women (GPOW) research group of the
Association of American Geographers (AAG) has relaunched at gpow.org.
The purpose of the GPOW Specialty Group is to promote geographic
research and education on topics relating to women and gender. The
site includes information on our sponsorship of GPOW awards,
GPOW-sponsored AAG sessions, our history, teaching resources, and is a
sister site to the Gender and Geography Bibliography which was
relaunched this past spring. You can subscribe to GPOW site posts by
clicking the Follow link on the bottom-right hand corner of the site.

Keep checking back! Board members and organization members will be
posting about their research, pedagogy, and experiences on topics
relevant to feminist geography. We also welcome submissions from
others interested in sharing about their work, research, ideas, and
lives, including writing, photography, and other multimedia from
research sites and projects. We are also eager to collect information
on past GPOW gatherings in the form of photos, and collect reminisces
on the organization's history. Email the GPOW webweaver, Jen
Gieseking, at jgieseking@gmail.com with your materials and she will
forward them on to the rest of the board.

This site would not be possible without the previous site developed
and overseen by Dr. Amy Trauger, and the collection of materials by
Dr. Tiffany Muller Myrdahl. Thanks to both scholars for their
dedication and support of GPOW.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Public Lecture in Toronto - Erika Lee: Immigration to the Americas

Public Lecture:
**

****

*"Local, National, and Transnational Histories of Immigration to the
Americas"*

Dr. Erika Lee, Professor of History, University of Minnesota. Director of
the Immigration History Research Center.

Time: Friday, October 19. *2 pm - 3:30 pm.*

****

Where: The ballroom at the Glendon Manor at Glendon College, York University

Light refreshments and snacks will be served. All are welcome.

For more information, contact Benjamin Bryce at benbryce@yorku.ca or visit
our website http://borderlandsworkshop.wordpress.com/public-lecture/

This public lecture is part of a workshop taking place on October 19 and 20
that deals with borderlands, transnationalism, and migration in North
America. The event brings together twenty-seven historians and historical
geographers working at several Canadian and American universities. The
event is hosted by the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies and will be held
at Glendon College, York University.****

Sunday, September 23, 2012

CFP: Rethinking Race and Sexuality: Feminist Conversations, Contestations, and Coalitions

Pour la version française de cette annonce, veuillez lire
http://wsdb.concordia.ca/news-and-events/upcoming-events/documents/35thconf_frfinal.pdf

Call for Abstracts
35th Anniversary conference

*Rethinking Race and Sexuality: Feminist Conversations, Contestations, and
Coalitions*

Simone de Beauvoir Institute
Concordia University
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

April 17th-19th, 2013
(abstract submission deadline 15 October 2012)

This three-day international conference brings together scholars,
activists, artists, and
students from a broad range of disciplines and fields to discuss the
complex ways in which
race and sexuality shape one another. The conference seeks to encourage
conversations
between feminists who work on issues of race and those who work on issues
of sexuality.
Specifically we ask: How does race structure sexualities? How are
sexualities racialized?
How do the forces of global neoliberalism effect conceptions and
configurations of race
and sexuality? What methods, approaches and theories are most useful for
examining
these questions?
To contemplate these concerns, we invite submissions in French or English
for papers or
visual presentations (performances, videos or other artworks) that
address—but are not
limited to—the following broad themes related to race and/or sexualities:
-Embodiment, health, biopolitics
-Sex/Gender
-Political economies
-States, citizenship and trans/nationalisms
-Colonialisms and imperialisms


confirmed speakers
Dr. Gayatri Gopinath (New York University)
Author of Impossible Desires: Queer Diasporas and South Asian Public
Cultures
Dr. Anne McClintock (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Author of Imperial Leather: Race, Gender and Sexuality in the Colonial
Contest
Françoise David (Montreal)
Prominent feminist activist, initiator of the World March of Women, and
author of De colère et d'espoir

conference context:
Over the past four decades, feminists have been challenging each other to
consider the complex
relationships between race and sexuality, alongside questions such as those
of capital, gender,
embodiment, nationalisms, and imperialisms. As a result, significant
paradigmatic shifts away
from ahistorical, universal, and/or "single-issue" feminist thinking have
occurred. Despite
these important strides, however, conceptual, material, and practical
barriers persist.
The Simone de Beauvoir Institute (SdBI) is a vibrant community of
interdisciplinary scholars
and activists committed to critical examination on feminisms, power
relations and social
justice. The conference on "Rethinking Race and Sexuality: Feminist
Conversations, Contestations, and
Coalitions" marks the 35th anniversary of the SdBI and offers opportunities
for retrospective
and forward-looking thinking on these political and theoretical challenges.
We invite you to
join us in this celebration!

For more information, see the full call for papers at
http://wsdb.concordia.ca/news-and-events/upcoming-events/documents/35thconf_engfinal.pdf

Oct 12-13 Conference: "Civil Liberties: People, Power and Protest", « Libert├ęs Civiles : Dissidence, Parole et Pouvoir »

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the McGill Centre for
Human Rights and Legal Pluralism Present:

Rightswatch Conference 2012 – Civil Liberties: People, Power and Protest
October 12 – 13, 2012
REGISTRATION -
www.ccla.org/events/rightswatch-2012<http://www.ccla.org/events/rightswatch-2012>

Now in its 4th year, the national RightsWatch conference will be held
in Montreal, Quebec, October 12-13th 2012. This year the conference
will be co-hosted by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the
Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism at McGill, and will take
place at the McGill Faculty of Law.

This year the conference is entitled Civil Liberties: People, Power
and Protest and a wide range of national and international speakers
will be invited to share their perspectives on numerous facets of this
theme. The conference is designed to expose law students, lawyers,
and those interested in civil liberties and human rights issues to the
important public interest cases and issues that are constantly arising
in our society and encourage them to think critically about these
issues. Prominent speakers from academic institutions, law firms,
government and national and international public interest
organizations will be sharing their perspectives on a variety of
subjects.

The CCLA has applied for the continuing education accreditation from
the Quebec Bar – please check the conference website for the most
recent update.
Agenda


• Friday evening keynote by Hon. Romeo Saganash, Member of
Parliament, Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou

• Voting with your feet: democracy, freedom of peaceful
assembly and civil disobedience. Panelists include Professor Jamie
Cameron, Osgoode Hall Law School, Professor Dominique Clement,
University of Alberta and Jacinthe Poisson, student at McGill Faculty
of Law

• Policing and Protest: International Perspectives. Panelists
include James Welch, Legal Director at Liberty (United Kingdom),
Sheldon Magardie, Cape Town Regional Director with the Legal Resources
Centre (South Africa), and Luciana Pol, Centro de Estudios Legales y
Sociales (Argentina)

• From racial to social profiling in policing? Panelists
include Fo Niemi, Executive Director of the Centre for Action on Race
Relations, Noël Saint-Pierre, lawyer, Professor Paul Eid, l'Université
du Québec à Montréal and Professor Lucie Lemonde, Université du Québec
à Montréal

• Privacy and the right to dissent: new technology, new
techniques, new concerns? Panelists include Paul Champ, Champ &
Associates, Stephen McCammon, counsel with the Information and
Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and a representative from the Service
de police de la Ville de Montréal

• Police oversight and accountability – changing the
expectations, evaluating the models. Panelists include David Eby,
Executive Director, BC Civil Liberties Association, Professor Kent
Roach, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and Gerry McNeilly,
Director of the Office of the Independent Police Review Director

• Peaceful assembly and protest: The view from Québec. This
session was organized in collaboration with the Quebec branch of the
Canadian Bar Association. Panelists include Professor Christian
Brunelle, Université Laval, Annick Desjardins, lawyer, Canadian Union
of Public Employees, and Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher,
American Civil Liberties Union

All conference proceedings will take place at McGill Faculty of Law.
Sessions are planned in both English and French, with simultaneous
translation for as many panels as possible.

To learn more and register, visit
www.ccla.org/events/rightswatch-2012<http://www.ccla.org/events/rightswatch-2012>

*****

L'Association canadienne des libertés civiles et le Centre pour les
droits de la personne et le pluralisme juridique de l'université de
McGill présenter:

Conférence Veille sur les droits et libertés 2012 - Libertés civiles:
Dissidence, Parole et Pouvoir
12 – 13 octobre 2012
INSCRIPTION - http://ccla.org/evenements/rightswatch-2012/?lang=fr

Pour sa quatrième année, la conférence nationale Veille sur les droits
et libertés sera à Montréal, Québec, le 12 et 13 octobre 2012. La
conférence est organisée par l'Association canadienne des libertés
civiles et le Centre pour les droits de la personne et le pluralisme
juridique de l'université de McGill, et se tiendra à la faculté de
droit de McGill.

Cette année, le thème de la conférence est « Libertés Civiles :
Dissidence, Parole et Pouvoir » et un large éventail de conférenciers
nationaux et internationaux sont invités à partager leurs points de
vue sur les nombreuses facettes de ce thème. Les objectifs de la
conférence Veille sur les droits et libertés sont d'exposer les
étudiants en droit, les avocats et les personnes intéressées par les
libertés civiles aux questions d'intérêt public qui sont soulevées
dans notre société démocratique, et de les inviter à y réfléchir de
façon critique.

Les panélistes et conférenciers invités proviennent d'institutions
académiques, de cabinets d'avocats, du gouvernement, et
d'organisations d'intérêt public, et leurs perspectives différentes
offrent une vision d'ensemble aussi large que possible sur les
questions traitées.

L'Association canadienne des libertés civiles a demandé à ce que la
conférence soit reconnue dans le cadre des activités de formation
continue des avocats – consultez le site Web de la conférence pour
des informations à jour.
Agenda

• Discours d'ouverture – Hon. Romeo Saganash, Député,
Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou

• Voter avec ses pieds : démocratie, liberté d'assemblée
pacifique et désobéissance civile. Jamie Cameron, Professeure, Faculté
de Droit Osgoode Hall, Dominique Clement, Professeur, Université
d'Alberta, et Jacinthe Poisson, étudiante, Faculté de Droit McGill

• Police: du profilage racial au profilage social? Fo Niemi,
Directeur Executif, Centre de Recherche-Action sur les Relations
Raciales, Noël Saint-Pierre, avocat, Paul Eid, professeur de
sociologie à l'Université du Québec à Montréal, Professeure Lucie
Lemonde, Université du Québec à Montréal

• Police et manifestations: perspectives internationales.
James Welch, Legal Director, Liberty (United Kingdom), Sheldon
Magardie, Cape Town Regional Director, Legal Resources Centre (South
Africa), Luciana Pol, Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (Argentina)

• Vie privée et droit de contestation: nouvelle technologie,
nouvelles techniques, nouvelles préoccupations? Paul Champ, avocat,
Champ & Associates, Stephen McCammon, avocat, Bureau du Commissaire à
l'information et à la protection de la vie privée/Ontario,
Representant du Service de police de la Ville de Montréal

• La responsabilisation de la police: changer les attentes,
évaluer les modèles. David Eby, Directeur exécutif, BC Civil Liberties
Association, Kent Roach, Professeur, University of Toronto Faculty of
Law, Gerry McNeilly, Directeur, Office of the Independent Police
Review Director

• Droit de réunion pacifique et de manifestation: Le point de
vue du Québec. En collaboration avec l'Association du Barreau
Canadien. Annick Desjardins, conseillère syndicale SCFP, Christian
Brunelle, Professeur, Université Laval, Jennifer Turner, American
Civil Liberties Union.



La conférence aura lieu à la Faculté de droit de McGill. Les sessions
sont prévues en français et en anglais, avec traduction simultanée
pour autant de panels que possible.


Pour en savoir plus et pour vous inscrire, consultez:
http://ccla.org/evenements/rightswatch-2012/?lang=fr

Thursday, September 20, 2012

CFP SfAA 2013: Gender-Based Violence, Advocacy, and Equitable Access

Call for Papers for the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied
Anthropology (SFAA), March 19-23, 2013 in Denver, CO
*Gender-Based Violence, Advocacy, and Equitable Access*
Anthropologists are expanding the theoretical and methodological approaches
to examining gender-based violence through time and across cultures.
However, despite growing recognition of the global importance of
gender-based violence, advocates continue to struggle to improve access to
services that prevent violence or mitigate its effects. In keeping with the
SFAA's theme this year, we are concerned with analyzing, deconstructing,
and theorizing the following question: *How does a society assure equitable
access to gender violence prevention and mitigation resources for diverse
and often competing constituents?*
We invite papers that examine:
· disparities in access (for instance, the ways that men and women of
color, LGBTQ individuals, rural people, and immigrant men and women may
face inadequate or non-existent resources to address experiences of
violence);
· logistical, political or legal challenges of providing services to
diverse constituents (for example, for people who do not fit the victim
archetype, immigration issues related to amnesty or citizenship, or
symbolic violence in legal policies and the language of laws);
· the production of a social or legal system that is unable or unwilling
to equally protect and represent the basic needs of all those who
experience violence; or
· other relevant topics.
We also welcome papers that address transdisciplinary efforts, geographic
locations previously understudied, and studies of populations
undertheorized. Furthermore, we would encourage papers that explore
the borders of the term "gender-based violence" and its implications for
quality service-provision.
Please send paper titles, abstracts (100 words or less), and contact
information to Karin Friederic,*friedeku@wfu.edu* <friedeku@wfu.edu> by
October 5th. We may submit one or two panels, depending on the number of
submissions. If we choose to include your abstract, we will ask that you
register with the SFAA by October 15th (the deadline for abstracts &
session proposals). For more information on the meeting, visit:*
http://sfaa.net/sfaa2013.html* <http://sfaa.net/sfaa2013.html>
Panel/Session Organizers:
· Bethany Coston,
*bethany.coston@gmail.com*<bethany.coston@gmail.com>
· Karin Friederic, *friedeku@wfu.edu* <friedeku@wfu.edu>
· Catherine Mitchell-Fuentes,
*cfuente4@uncc.edu*<cfuente4@uncc.edu>

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

SCA Student-Faculty Workshop Announcement

(Apologies for cross-posting)

Dear Graduate Students:

I'm pleased to announce the Society for Cultural Anthropology's 2012
Faculty-Student Workshop luncheons at the AAA meetings this November in
San Francisco.

Following upon the success we enjoyed at last year's annual meeting, the
Society for Cultural Anthropology will again be sponsoring four
faculty-student workshop luncheons at this year's meeting. The workshops
are intended to provide an informal setting where students can discuss
their work with faculty members and fellow graduate students from other
universities. They are:

Entangled Finance
Facilitator: Karen Ho (University of Minnesota)

Ethnography of Science and Problematics of Human Difference
Facilitators: Duana Fullwiley (Stanford) and Michael Montoya (UC Irvine)

Dilemmas of Studying Charitable, Humanitarian, Human Rights, and
Development Organizations in Insecure States
Facilitator: Erica Caple James (MIT)

Anthropology/History
Facilitators: John Collins (CUNY) and Carole McGranahan (University of
Colorado)

Further description of each workshop theme can be found at the end of this
e-mail, and at http://sca.culanth.org/meetings/meetingsindex.htm.

The luncheon workshops will be limited to five students each, and they
will take at a restaurant near the conference hotel. The workshops are
free to all participants and open to SCA student members enrolled in Ph.D.
programs. Lunch is provided. All workshops run from 12:15 to 1:30 to
match the AAA's programmed lunch sessions.

To join one of these workshops, students are asked to submit by October
18, 2012 a 250 to 300 word description about your research project. You
are encouraged to include within the description specific questions for
the workshop leader(s) and for the group as a whole to consider.
Descriptions will be shared with fellow workshop participants in advance
of the meeting.

Please send your request to me at
scaworkshops2012@gmail.com<mailto:scaworkshops2012@gmail.com>, Include
your name, your university affiliation, the workshop you want to attend,
and your one-page description. Please bear in mind that project
descriptions longer than one page will not be considered.

Applications will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis, noting
that: 1. the project descriptions are closely suited to the workshop
themes; 2. students and workshop leaders are from different institutions;
and 3. you are a member of the SCA. If you are not yet a member of the
SCA, but would like to join at the modest student rate of $12.50 a year,
which includes a full print subscription to the journal, Cultural
Anthropology, you can do so easily on our website:
http://sca.culanth.org/join/join.htm

Formal notice of participation will be sent out October 25, 2012.

Let me know if you have questions.

Sincerely,
Grant Jun Otsuki
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto
Graduate Student Representative, Society for Cultural Anthropology
grant.otsuki@utoronto.ca


Workshop Descriptions

Entangled Finance
Facilitator: Karen Ho (University of Minnesota)
http://anthropology.umn.edu/people/facultyprofile.php?UID=karenho

What kinds of projects, questions, and concerns might be the most
generative for the "next generation" of interdisciplinary, social
scientific scholars of finance to pursue? What are some of the
contributions, lessons, and/or pitfalls of current iterations of "the
anthropology of finance"? Specifically, in the face of dominant
financialization and the continual re-making of the contours of that
financialization, where lives are continually entangled with finance, are
older theoretical assumptions such as the disconnect between finance and
production, the abstract and the real, still very useful? How can we (or
do we need to) re-frame the core binaries and frameworks through which we
set up our methodological and theoretical approaches to finance in the
first place? Are there particular ways in which finance is being imagined
in anthropology that have prevented novel collaborations and rethinking of
taken-for-granted socio-economic categories and groups?

Ethnography of Science and Problematics of Human Difference
Facilitators: Duana Fullwiley (Stanford) and Michael Montoya (UC Irvine)
https://www.stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/1079
http://www.anthropology.uci.edu/anthr_bios/mmontoya


Many provocative lines of inquiry in the life sciences are reanimating
notions that anthropologists largely see as culturally and politically
constructed divisions of human social and biological life. Race, sex,
gender, disease tendencies, psychological capacity, and pharmaceutical
susceptibility are increasingly reiterated through high-tech science,
often in reductive ways. In this workshop we will examine these and other
objects of study within cultures of science. Specifically, we will ask
students to think about how global politics, market trends, and cultural
politics of belonging and inclusion play into the naturalization of
difference today. In discussing the importance of conducting
ethnographies of science, we will also engage problems of knowledge more
broadly. Beyond simply glossing how human difference is socially
constructed within science, we hope to push further and encourage students
to begin to describe the material, physiological, and biological effects
of how global disparities are evidenced in their field sites. What are
the processes through which such disparities become attributed to specific
bodies and populations? What scientific grammars and cultural politics
merge to make such knowledge possible?

Dilemmas of Studying Charitable, Humanitarian, Human Rights, and
Development Organizations in Insecure States
Facilitator: Erica Caple James (MIT)
http://web.mit.edu/anthropology/people/faculty/james.html

Recent literature in anthropology has begun to focus intensively on the
historical and contemporary roles that governmental, nongovernmental, and
other institutional actors have played in managing and governing "life,"
while also delivering compassionate "care." Whether in studies of charity,
humanitarian relief, development, or other kinds of aid, contemporary
relationships based on gift-giving and exchanges of knowledge, practices,
technologies, therapies, and other discursive "objects," remain central
theoretical paradigms that are "good to think." This workshop is designed
to build an ongoing conversation to support anthropologists working on
issues of violence and trauma, human and civil rights, and organized
humanitarianism ("faith-based," "secular," etc.) in (post)conflict,
(post)disaster, and other "transitional" settings. The workshop welcomes
participants grappling with the moral and ethical dimensions of "activist
anthropology" and the methodological challenges of studying organizations,
as well as ethnographers engaged in clinical or therapeutic settings.

Anthropology/History
Facilitators: John Collins (CUNY) and Carole McGranahan (University of
Colorado)
http://www.colorado.edu/Anthropology/people/bios/mcgranahan.html
http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/anthro/collins/collins.html

What does it mean to put together anthropology and history, and why should
they be put together? How might ethnographers do so in ways that are
conceptually, methodologically, and theoretically sophisticated? That is,
how does one undertake historically "thick" scholarship as an
anthropologist? In this workshop, we consider history as a
culturally-specific epistemology, an academic discipline, and a social
ontology, arguing that sophisticated approaches to these domains and their
overlaps is critical to productive engagement with a variety of pasts,
presents, and futures. Such work may take a wide range of forms, from
examining different temporal ways of knowing, the production of history,
the politics of memory, lived experiences in earlier periods, the
constitution of historical subjectivities, and concerns with histories of
the present. What does it mean, for example, to do ethnography in the
archives or historical research in the field? What is the difference
between oral and ethnographic history? How might anthropologists move
between scales—from life histories to those of communities ranging from
villages through states and global institutions—in ways that remain
committed to an ethnographic sensibility? In a nutshell, then, how might
anthropologists' long-term concerns with institutions and the cultural
bases of knowledge and truth be integrated more effectively into an
exploration of historical consciousness in the world today?

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Call for Abstracts: Feminism, Science & Materialism

*Call for Abstracts: Feminism, Science & Materialism*

http://sciencestudies.gc.cuny.edu/call-for-abstracts-feminism-science-materialism-conference/

Call for Abstracts: Feminism, Science & Materialism conference

Graduate Center, City University of New York

February 14-15, 2013

Keynote Speaker: Karen Barad

In the past decade, feminist theory has elaborated new materialist
perspectives to re-imagine nature, biology, and matter more generally and
to critically address new developments in biology, physics, neuroscience
and other scientific disciplines. This scholarship revisits the
relationship between human corporeality and subjectivity, questions and
redefines the boundaries of human and non-human and nature and culture, and
elaborates on their mutual entanglements. New feminist theories address
materialization as a complex and open process and matter as lively and
productive.

This conference, organized jointly by the Center for the Study of Women and
Society and the Committee on Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the
Graduate Center, will engage with feminist perspectives on the
onto-epistemological questions raised by the materialist turn. We invite
papers from various disciplines that address a wide range of issues,
including, but not limited to:

- The intellectual and scientific context of the new turn toward materialism

- The relation of matter — including the biological body — to the social.

- The relation between new materialism and previous materialisms (such as
Marxism and phenomenology) and particularly their feminist elaborations.
What are the continuities and discontinuities between feminist materialisms
from the 1970s thru the current moment?

- The insights, knowledge and methodologies offered by the new materialist
studies of science offered. What new frontiers have they opened? What can
the "new sciences" offer for feminist theory?

- The political implications of neo-materialism for feminism as a project,
theory and a movement for social justice. How can we account for durable
hierarchies and the normative production of gender, race, class and
sexuality within new materialist frameworks?

- Critical applications of "agential realism," as elaborated by Karen
Barad, and other theoretical innovations for addressing material-discursive
relations and the epistemological questions they raise

- Empirical research using materialist feminist frameworks

Space for paper presentations is limited. To apply, please send an extended
abstract of 1000 words and a short bio to feminism.science@gmail.com by
November 1, 2012.

SEMINAR: From Rhetoric to Practice: Implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Monday, September 24, 2012
12:30-2:00 PM

McGill Faculty of Law, 3644, rue Peel, Montréal
Chancellor Day Hall, Stephen Scott Seminar Room (Room 16)
Staff, students, and members of the community are invited to attend
the first of four seminars on the rights of persons with disabilities.
This seminar will provide a forum for discussion of conceptual
challenges, legal standards and international best practices for
implementing the CRPD and constructively impacting the lives of people
with disabilities. The topics of discussion include challenges of
implementation, community living, accessibility to educational and
workplace institutions, mental capacity, and monitoring. The event
will also allow participants to reflect on the shift from traditional
welfare-oriented supports for persons with disabilities to a
rights-based model that affirms equality, independence and active
citizenship.
Lunch will be provided!
Please RSVP to chrlp.law@mcgill.ca by September 19.
Présenté par le portfolio sur le droit et le handicap du Groupe
d'action en matière de droits de la personne et le Centre sur les
droits de la personne et le pluralisme juridique.
Sponsored by the Rathlyn Research Fund.

For more information on the seminar series please visit
http://www.mcgill.ca/humanrights/events/disability-seminar-series.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

MacKay Lecture Series 2012 - Reconciliation: The Responsibility for Shared Futures - DALHOUSIE

Please see link below - this year's MacKay Lecture Series at Dalhousie
University. We are honoured to have three of the world's leading scholars
on an issue of great moment here in Canada and beyond: "Reconciliation:
The Responsibility for Shared Futures". Our distinguished speakers are:


Professor Michael Asch, October 4
Professor John Borrows, October 18
Professor James Tully, October 25

The Dalhousie Institute on Society and Culture looks forward to your
attendance at and following of this outstanding series of Lectures.

http://arts.dal.ca/Research/Research%20Activities/MacKay_Lectures.php

Thursday, September 13, 2012

CASCA: Job postings/Offres d'emploi

(English follows)


Les offres d'emploi suivantes viennent d'être ajoutées à notre banque.

-Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences
Anthropology–Assistant Professor Competition: ANTH - 2012
UBC - Okanagan

-Linguistics - Chair (Associate/Full Professor)
University of Alberta

-Aboriginal Health, Healing and Wellness - Tier I Canada Research Chair
Brandon University

-Multiple Disciplines - Instructors (Queen's-Blyth Worldwide
International Studies Program)
Queen's University

-Multiple Disciplines - Faculty Positions
University of Toronto

-Multiple Disciplines - Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships
Dalhousie University

- Multiple Disciplines - Tenure Track Positions (Faculty of Arts)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

-Multiple Disciplines - Tenure-Stream Appointments
York University

-Sociology - Assistant Professor (Population Dynamics)
McGill University


Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site Web:

www.cas-sca.ca

Merci

**********

The following job postings have just been added to our job page.

-Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences
Anthropology–Assistant Professor Competition: ANTH - 2012
UBC - Okanagan

-Linguistics - Chair (Associate/Full Professor)
University of Alberta

-Aboriginal Health, Healing and Wellness - Tier I Canada Research Chair
Brandon University

-Multiple Disciplines - Instructors (Queen's-Blyth Worldwide
International Studies Program)
Queen's University

-Multiple Disciplines - Faculty Positions
University of Toronto

-Multiple Disciplines - Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships
Dalhousie University

- Multiple Disciplines - Tenure Track Positions (Faculty of Arts)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

-Multiple Disciplines - Tenure-Stream Appointments
York University

-Sociology - Assistant Professor (Population Dynamics)
McGill University


See them and others on our website:

www.cas-sca.ca

Thank you

CFHSS/FCSH: Communique: September 2012

Communique
Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

September 12, 2012

Cliquez ici pour la version française.

http://csn.rec.ca/

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In This Issue
The Fall 2012 season of Big Thinking on the Hill is underway
Read CFHSS's pre-budget submission
CFHSS responds to report on international education
SSHRC announces new executive vice-president
ERA-Can releases COOPERATION calls for proposals
CIHR releases summary of feedback to proposed changes
Imagining Canada's Future: SSHRC holding regional panels
Harry Ransom Center Fellowship in the Humanities and Acfas call for
submissions
The Fall 2012 season of Big Thinking on the Hill is underway

We are kicking off our Fall 2012 season of Big Thinking next week. On
September 18, Ken Coates, Canada Research Chain in Regional
Innovation, will discuss ways in which Canada can better integrate
rural and remote regions in its innovation policy. For more
information, or to register, click here.



And check out our Big Thinking promo video:
Big Thinking -- What are you missing?
Big Thinking -- What are you missing?


Read CFHSS's pre-budget submission

CFHSS delivered its 2013 pre-budget submission to the federal
government last month. Among other things, the submission recommends
that the government increase funding for the three federal research
granting agencies, that it invest in helping graduates transition into
the work place, and that it support greater cross-sector collaboration
to ensure all Canadians benefit from university research. Read the
full submission here.

CFHSS responds to report on international education

The Advisory Panel on Canada's International Education Strategy
released its report in August, calling for doubling the number of
international students and for 50,000 Canadian students to study
abroad, improving policy coordination, and the development of
comprehensive bilateral agreements, along with appropriate funding to
support them. CFHSS supports the recommendations made in the report.
Read CFHSS's official statement here.

SSHRC announces new executive vice-president

Last month, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
announced the appointment of Ted Hewitt to the post of executive
vice-president. Previously, Ted Hewitt served as vice-president,
research and international relations, at Western University.


ERA-Can releases COOPERATION calls for proposals

ERA-Can has published a list of calls for proposals for the
COOPERATION programme for 2013. The COOPERATION Programme supports
proposals from multi-national, multi-sectoral consortia. Each proposal
must include a minimum of three partners from three different European
Member States or Associated Countries. Some calls for proposals are
specifically targeted to Canadians. The list is available here.

CIHR release summary of feedback to proposed changes

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research have released a document
summarizing the feedback they received on the proposed reforms to the
Open Suite of Programs and peer review process from the research
community. Read the summary of the feedback here and CFHSS's
submission on the proposed changes here.


Imagining Canada's Future: SSHRC holding regional panels

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council is hosting a
series of regional panels across Canada to discuss how the social
sciences and humanities research community can contribute to Canada's
future. For more information, click here. One of the panels took place
at this year's Congress. Watch the video here:


Dan Gardner, Don Tapscott, Diana Carney Panel Discussion: Imagining
Canada's Future
Dan Gardner, Don Tapscott, Diana Carney Panel Discussion: Imagining
Canada's Future


Harry Ransom Center Fellowship in the Humanities and Acfas call for
submissions

The Harry Ransom Center is receiving applications for more than 50 of
its 2013-2014 research fellowships in the humanities.



The Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas) has released a call
for submissions for its 81st Congress, which will be held from May 6
to May 10, 2013 at the Université Laval under the theme "Savoirs sans
frontières."

IPPH Announcement Sept 12, 2012

Le texte français suit

Job Opportunities

Senior Program Officer - Nigeria Evidence-based Health System
Initiative (NEHSI)


Job Overview

The Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) is a
collaborative project between the Government of Nigeria, the Canadian
International Development Agency (CIDA) and the International Development
Research Centre (IDRC) with the mandate of contributing to the
strenghtening of the health care system to deliver effective, efficient
and equitable primary health care in two states of Nigeria.

The Senior Program Officer, working under the guidance of the Project
Leader of NEHSI, develops, monitors, manages, and evaluates a portfolio of
small research projects; coordinates formal reporting to CIDA;
analyzes or commissions analyses of funded projects to identify and
document lessons learnt; leads the development and management of the NEHSI
communication strategy including documentation and active
dissemination of program outputs; directly supports NEHSI partnerships;
and assists senior team members with the range of tasks associated with
the project portfolio and successful implementation of the NEHSI
(including, liaison with the regional offices, donor relations,
publications, seminars colloquia).

Application deadline: September 30th, 2012
For more information: www.idrc.ca/careers

Program Management Officer - Governance for Equity in Health Systems



Job Overview

The Governance for Equity in Health Systems (GEHS) program strives to
strengthen health systems recognizing the importance of governance and
equity issues. GEHS works through a combination of direct grant-making and
programs of work based on partnership with other donors and development
actors. The Program supports capacity development activities and research
initiatives that address the connections within health systems and
challenges of power relations and decision making to ensure resources are
allocated to the most vulnerable.

As the Program Management Officer, under the supervision of the Program
Leader, you will contribute to the development and operation of the
Program, produce documentation, and coordinate and disseminate
information in support of the program management. With a focus on donor
partnership projects, your principal responsibilities will include
coordination of the donor partnership projects, evaluation coordination
and support, knowledge management, communications and network
development, and liaising with key internal and external constituents.
This year, the focus will be on monitoring and evaluation of a large donor
partnership project in Nigeria, supporting the West African GEHS portfolio
and provide support for new partnership projects.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 23rd, 2012
For more information: www.idrc.ca/careers
Offres d'emploi
Administrateur de programme principal - Initiative - Donn&#233;es
probantes et syst&#232;mes de sant&#233; au Nig&#233;ria (NEHSI)



R&#233;sum&#233; des fonctions

L&#8217;initiative Donn&#233;es probantes et syst&#232;mes de sant&#233;
au Nig&#233;ria est un projet entre le gouvernement du Nig&#233;ria,
l&#8217;Agence Canadienne de d&#233;veloppement internationale (ACDI) et
le Centre de recherches pour le d&#233;veloppement international (CRDI)
dont le mandat est de contribuer &#224; am&#233;liorer
l&#8217;efficacit&#233;, l&#8217;efficience et l&#8217;&#233;quit&#233;
des soins de base du syst&#232;me de sant&#233; dans deux &#233;tats du
Nig&#233;ria.

Sous la direction du coordonnateur de programmes (NEHSI), il ou elle
&#233;labore, supervise, g&#232;re et &#233;value un portefeuille de
petits projets de recherches financ&#233;s par l&#8217;initiative;
coordonne les rapports formels &#224; de l&#8217;ACDI; r&#233;alise ou
commande des analyses de l&#8217;exp&#233;rience v&#233;cue par les
&#233;quipes financ&#233;es, afin de cerner et de documenter les
enseignements tir&#233;s des programmes relevant de l&#8217;initiative;
dirige l&#8217;&#233;laboration et la gestion de la strat&#233;gie de
communication de l&#8217;initiative (NEHSI), ce qui comporte la
documentation et la diffusion active des extrants; offre un soutien direct
aux partenariats relevant de l&#8217;initiative; aide le personnel
chevronn&#233; &#224; s&#8217;acquitter d&#8217;une foule de t&#226;ches
associ&#233;es au portefeuille de projets et &#224;
l&#8217;ex&#233;cution de ce qui est pr&#233;vu au descriptif du (NEHSI)
(notamment liaison avec les bureaux r&#233;gionaux, relations avec les
bailleurs de fonds, publications, s&#233;minaires, colloques).

Date de cl&#244;ture : 30 septembre 2012

Pour plus d'informations:
http://www.idrc.ca/FR/AboutUs/Careers/Pages/default.aspx

Agent de gestion de programme - Gouvernance pour l'&#233;quit&#233; dans
les syst&#232;mes de sant&#233;



R&#233;sum&#233; des fonctions

Le programme Gouvernance pour l&#8217;&#233;quit&#233; dans les
syst&#232;mes de sant&#233; (GEES) appuie la recherche dans les pays en
d&#233;veloppement dans le but de renforcer les syst&#232;mes de
sant&#233; et d&#8217;am&#233;liorer l&#8217;&#233;tat de sant&#233; de la
population. Le programme porte sur plusieurs axes th&#233;matiques et
r&#233;gions et examine, entre autres, les syst&#232;mes
d&#8217;information sur la sant&#233;, le financement, la prestation des
services, l&#8217;acc&#232;s et la gouvernance.

Sous la supervision du chef de programme, l&#8217;agent de gestion des
programmes contribue &#224; l&#8217;&#233;laboration et &#224; la mise en
oeuvre de la programmation, produit de la documentation et coordonne et
diffuse de l&#8217;information. Mettant l&#8217;emphase sur la gestion de
projet de partenariat avec les bailleurs de fonds, la coordination
d&#8217;&#233;valuation et de soutien, il se charge particuli&#232;rement
de gestion des connaissances, de communication, de mise sur pied de
r&#233;seaux et de liaison avec des parties prenantes cl&#233;s &#224;
l&#8217;interne comme &#224; l&#8217;ext&#233;rieur. Cette ann&#233;e,
l&#8217;accent sera mis sur le suivi-&#233;valuation d&#8217;un projet au
Nig&#233;ria et donc offrant un support au projet de l&#8217;Afrique de
GEES.

Date de cl&#244;ture : 23 septembre 2012

Pour plus d'informations:
http://www.idrc.ca/FR/AboutUs/Careers/Pages/default.aspx

Monday, September 10, 2012

POSITION AVAILABLE - Cultural Anthropology

L'offre d'emploi suivante vienne d'être ajoutée à notre banque.

The following job posting has just been added to our job page.



POSITION AVAILABLE

Cultural Anthropology

The Department of Anthropology at McMaster University invites
applications for a tenure-track position in cultural anthropology at
the assistant professor level. The research focus should be in
critical and/or applied medical anthropology with an excellent
understanding of, and experience with, Participatory Action or
Community-Based Research and methods of community engagement. The
geographical area of specialization is open, although preference will
be given to candidates with areas of specialization that complement
current faculty strengths.

Candidates will have completed a Ph.D. and will have a strong research
record and a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. We expect the person who fills this
position to take an active role in scholarship and to contribute to
the department?s strong tradition of collegiality and collaboration.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian
citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this
position. McMaster is strongly committed to employment equity within
its community and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff. The
University encourages applications from all qualified candidates,
including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons,
members of sexual minorities, and persons with disabilities.

Applications should include a curriculum vita, the names and addresses
(including email) of three referees, a statement of research interests
and plans, and a statement of teaching philosophy and should be sent
in electronic format. Letters of application should address how
candidates are prepared to engage in the supervision of graduate
students.

Submit applications to:

Acting Chair

Department of Anthropology

McMaster University

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, ON, Canada, L8S 4L9

Tel: (905) 525-9140, ext. 23920

Fax: (905) 522-5993

E-mail: rethman@mcmaster.ca



CLOSING DATE: November 1, 2012



For additional information, visit the department's website at
www.anthropology.mcmaster.ca

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