Congratulations to our professors who have received SSHRC funding!

Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2017

19 professors from the Faculty of Social Sciences received funding through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Grants:

Insight Grants

Cristina Atance (School of Psychology), How do perspective and social distance affect young children's future-oriented thinking?

Stéphanie Gaudet (School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies), L'école à la citoyenneté de l'Institut du Nouveau Monde

Paul Alexander Haslam (School of International Development and Global Studies), Nasser Ary Tanimoune (School of International Development and Global Studies), Institutions and the Local Resource Curse: Political Participation, Distributive Outcomes, and Economic Development

Anthony Heyes (Department of Economics), Air Pollution and Human Well-being: A Three-stranded Study using Social Media Analytics

Patti Tamara Lenard (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), The Ethics and Politics of Citizenship Revocation in Democratic States

Jonathan Paquette (School of Political Studies), Construction, communication et mobilisation du patrimoine hongkongais depuis la rétrocession

Justin Piché (Departement of Criminology), A Culture of Justice? Meanings of Penality in Canadian Police, Courthouse and Prison Museums

Nicholas Rivers (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), Understanding the impacts of unilateral climate change policy

Elisa Romano (School of Psychology), Evaluation of the Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting Program

Scott Simon (School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies), David Jaclin (School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies), Austronesian Worlds: Human-Animal Entanglements in the Pacific Anthropocene

Denise Spitzer (Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies), The Lives of Migrant Remittances: An Asian Comparative Study

Srdjan Vucetic (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), National Identities in World Politics, 1950-2000

Michael Williams (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), Rita Abrahamsen (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), Alexandra Gheciu (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), Srdjan Vucetic (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), The World of the Right: Radical Conservatism and International Order

Benjamin Zyla (School of International Development and Global Studies), Burden Sharing in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO): A post-positivist Analysis

Congratulations!

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