Yasmin Jiwani is an ACT collaborator whose recent research focuses on the online memorialization of loss. Her other research interests encompass issues of media, race, gender and intersectionalities of violence. There is nary an area of social life that has not been touched by digital technologies. Death is not exempt from this either. Today, we […]
How did Generation X come by its name, where does it stand in the sociocultural realm, and why do we label generations? Read more in Stephen Katz’ recent article in the Journal of American Society on Aging.
Ageing Waves is an ongoing feminist micro historiography that attends to the specialist players of the ondes Martenot – an electronic musical instrument that made its public premiere in 1928 at the Paris Opera.
ACT researcher Shannon Hebblethwaite was recently featured in a piece in the Montreal Gazette titled “New research from Concordia examines how we can age well while living healthier, longer“. Hebbelthwaite, who is a professor of applied human sciences at Concordia University and the director of the recently-formed engAGE centre for research on aging, discusses her […]
Applications are invited for the following postdoctoral research opportunity: Position title: Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Culture and Quantified Aging Supervisor: Dr. Barbara L. Marshall, Department of Sociology, Trent University Location: Trent University, Peterborough, ON We are seeking an emerging researcher to work with us on a SSHRC-funded project on “Digital Culture and Quantified Aging”. This […]
CULTURES OF PARTICIPATION – ARTS, DIGITAL MEDIA AND POLITICS (find full call here) International and interdisciplinary conference: April 18-20, 2018 Aarhus University, Denmark Please submit your abstract proposal (max 300 words) and a short bio (max 100 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5 January 2018. We welcome individual papers as well as panels with three or four […]
About the research Kim Sawchuk, Professor in Communication Studies and Director of ACT, is offering scholarship opportunities to students applying for Concordia University’s MA in Media Studies or PhD in Communication Studies at Concordia University. The student will join an exciting department, a dynamic group of researchers and community partners as part of the ACT […]
Beyond Disciplines: The Art of the Interview is happening on November 22, 2017, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. What role does interviewing play in research? Attend next week’s Beyond Disciplines event to take a close and personal look at interviews in an academic context. More information here.