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The Carceral Logic of Female Eligibility Policies: Gender as a Civilizing Narrative, the Science of Sex Testing, and Anti-Trans Legislation
This presentation is the Alan Ingham Lecture (keynote lecture) given at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, November 2, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
“Hot+Noisy” Public Space: Conviviality, “Unapologetic Asianness,” and the Future of Vancouver’s Chinatown
Questions of change and the future have become increasingly salient in Vancouver’s Chinatown in the last decade, as gentrification proceeds apace. Various actors have used the neighbourhood’s public…
Behind the closed doors of restaurants, there are always activities involving prepping ingredients before or after open business hours. Our company aims to expedite ingredient prep time, helping…
Issues of the Children's Mental Health Research Quarterly, a publication of the SFU Children's Health Policy Centre.
The diversity of the world’s cultures, both past and present, is one of the key attractions of travel. Governments, the tourism industry, and…
Tse’K’wa, formerly known as Charlie Lake Cave, has been visited by people for more than 12,000 years, and this site now preserves a record of human…