Politics & Society

USask launches major expansion to clinical psychology program

Government of Saskatchewan funding will quadruple program’s training seats and increase public services

Queer International: History, Migration, Human Rights

A panel discussion for 2SLGBTQIA+ History Month Canada

New USask Banting fellow delves into women’s contributions to medical history

New USask Banting fellow working with history professor Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD) on the historic medical use of psychedelics

Vedanta Endowment Lecture Series: Dr. Meetu Khosla (PhD)

A series of talks by psychology professor Dr. Meetu Khosla (PhD), Daulat Ram College, Delhi University

Mestizaje as Erasure: Racelessness, Homogeneity, Improvement

A talk by Dr. Didier Zúñiga (PhD) in the Political Studies Speaker Series

Crisis, Narrative, and Meaning: Why Pandemic Histories Matter

Dr. Esyllt Jones (PhD) of the University of Manitoba delivers the 2023 Bilson Lecture

Philosophy in the Community: Musical Ontology—Works, Versions, and Lineages

A public talk by Dr. Peter Alward (PhD), professor of philosophy

Q+A: Rachel Loewen Walker: How the women and gender studies discipline is working to combat gender-based violence

Loewen Walker is a researcher and community advocate for gender issues, social justice and inclusivity

Finding a new path for sociology

In The Oxford Handbook of Indigenous Sociology, USask associate professor Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) sends a message

Meet the artist behind the artwork featured on 2023 orange shirts now on sale at USask

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Vanessa Hyggen (BA'17) created artwork commissioned for Orange Shirt Day 2023

Manitoba’s reasons for refusing to search for Indigenous women’s remains in landfill are a smokescreen

The Conversation
Obstacles to a search have more to do with political will than technical concerns, writes Department of Political Studies faculty member Dr. Kathy Walker (PhD)

USask research shows therapy dogs can build a stronger social support network in Canada’s prisons

Therapy animals are known for their beneficial effects in health care environments, but what about in prisons?