CQ will be taking a summer hiatus from July 19 to August 23rd. It will take us longer than usual to answer your emails during this time. Wishing everyone in our CQ community a safe and happy summer!
In May 2021, CQ Fellow Dr. Naomi Thulien co-founded Breakwater Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing health care, rent subsidies, and education bursaries to young women who have experienced homelessness. Naomi practices clinically at the Breakwater Foundation clinic and Covenant House Toronto – Canada’s largest agency for young people with current and past experiences […]
It’s back! The 3rd biannual CQ Critical Pedagogies Symposium on Teaching & Learning Critical Qualitative Health Methods will be held virtually on November 5 and 12, 2021 from 11 am – 2 pm EST. This year‘s theme is Metamorphosis and Praxis: Pandemic Learning Lessons. Over the last 18 months, our worlds have been transformed by a […]
“My methodology and research design, rooted in a flat ontology, led me to include plants as participants alongside the human gardener. But how was I to account for plants and their agency? What might count as evidence of vegetal politics?” In a new article titled, Growing Methods: Developing a Methodology for Identifying Plant Agency and […]
The course timetable for CQ’s Fall 2021 shared curriculum is now available! Please refer to your departmental registrar for course enrolment and drop dates. Students interested in taking courses outside their home department can view enrolment instructions here. The full curriculum, including potential student pathways through the curriculum, can be viewed here.
Out of respect for our colleagues outside of the University of Toronto, the upcoming public seminar scheduled for May 19th is postponed. On April 22, 2021, the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) Council voted to censure the University of Toronto. CAUT defines censure as “a sanction in which academic staff are asked to not accept appointments or speaking engagements […]