How experiences with sexual violence shape girls’ and women’s identities is at the heart of Mythili Rajiva’s research.
Kathryn Prince’s introduction to the world’s greatest playwright through popular music has led to a lifelong infatuation with his work
Easy access to personal information is a growing threat to privacy
The professor and director marries artistic creation and a scientific approach to develop new forms of theatre.
Lori Beaman heads a vast international study on religion and diversity, a divisive topic not for the faint of heart
How schools teach children about democracy has been at the heart of Joel Westheimer’s research for a decade. Now he turns his attention to what they learn about economic disparity.
Thinking about the future is essential to planning and adapting. But how do young children learn this skill?
Researchers face uncharted territory as science moves from the lab to the living room
At the Métis Family and Community Research Lab, Brenda Macdougall is building an extensive visual record of Métis lineage
Are all Canadians equal? Not when it comes to the environment, says Nathalie Chalifour, who is trying to determine how Canada’s laws might better protect us against environmental discrimination.
What does the future hold for Canada’s public pension system? Michael Wolfson has developed sophisticated computer simulation models to better understand this growing social conundrum.
David Doloreux challenges traditional assumptions about what fosters businesses’ innovative spirit
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