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Summary: Scholarly and Research Activity

October 2018

Academic Presentations

Daniel Rubenson (with Christopher Dawes [New York University]).  “For Club or Country: A Half Million Person Group Identity Experiment.” Paper presented to the Political Behaviour Group Seminar, University of Toronto, 18 October 2018.

Myer Siemiatycki. Panelist. “Diversity Our Strength?: A Forum on Toronto's Municipal Election.”  University of Toronto: 11 October 2018.

Myer Siemiatycki. “Anti-Semitism: Solidarity Against Hate.”  Presented at the Ryerson Community Gathering and Reflection after Pittsburgh. Toronto: Ryerson University, 31 October 2018.

Events

Myer Siemiatycki co-organized the memorial event Ryerson Community Gathering and Reflection after Pittsburgh', to commemorate the murder of Jews in a Pittsburgh synagogue.  Toronto: Ryerson University, 31 October 2018.

Publications - Published

Cathy Crowe.  “Housing Should Be a Human Right – and So Should Shelter.”  IMFG (Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance), University of Toronto, October 2018.

Robert P. Shepherd and Bryan Evans. “The Intersection of Public Policy and Digital Communication: The Federal Government Vantage Point.”  In Political Elites in Canada: Power and Influence in Instantaneous Times, ed. Alex Marland, Thierry Giasson and Andrea Lawlor, 51-70.  Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2018. [Reported as forthcoming in the August 2017 DIGEST]

Heather Rintoul and Duncan MacLellan. “Walking the Pedagogical Line in Graduate Studies: Obstacles and Opportunities Transitioning to Digital and e-Learning.” In Crossing the Bridge of the Digital Divide: A Walk with Global Leaders, eds. Anthony H. Normore and Antonia Issa Lahera, 79-93. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2018.

Michael McGregor. “Voters who Abstain: Explaining Abstention and Ballot Roll-off in the 2014 Toronto Municipal Election.”  Urban Affairs Review 54:6 (November 2018): 1081-1106. [Reported as forthcoming in December 2016 DIGEST]

Pamela Palmater.  “Restoring the Place of Indigenous Peoples in the GTHA.”  IMFG (Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance), University of Toronto, October 2018.

Kevin Arceneaux (Temple University), Rick Wilson (Rice University), Cheryl Boudreau (University of California at Davis), Sarah Bush (Yale University), Jennifer Jerit (Stony Brook University), Daniel Rubenson (Ryerson University), Jaime Settle (College of William & Mary), Betsy Sinclair (Washington University in St Louis), Jonathan Woon (University of Pittsburgh), Elizabeth Zechmeister (Vanderbilt University). “The Value of Preregistration for Open and Credible Science: An Initiative from the Journal of Experimental Political Science.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 5:3 (Winter 2018): 165-6.

Riley Bushell and John Shields.  “Immigrant Settlement Agencies in Canada: A Critical Review of the Literature through the Lens of Resilience.”  A Paper of the Building Migrant Resilience in Cities (BMRC) Project. (Toronto: York University, 09 October 2018): 70 pp.

Jessica Praznik and John Shields.  “City of Toronto’s Role in Immigration and Settlement.” A Paper of the Building Migrant Resilience in Cities (BMRC) Project. (Toronto: York University, 01 October 2018): 39 pp. 

Jessica Praznik and John Shields, “Government of Ontario’s Role in Immigration and Settlement.” A Paper of the Building Migrant Resilience in Cities (BMRC) Project. (Toronto: York University, 01 October 2018): 55 pp.

Publications - Accepted for Publication

Ronald K. Vogel, Roberta Ryan, Alex Laurie, Bligh Grant, Xianming Ming, Peter Walsh, Alan Morris, and Chris Riedy. Progress in Planning: Global city Sydney, forthcoming.

  • Ronald K. Vogel and Roberta Ryan. Guest editors. Progress in Planning: Global city Sydney, forthcoming.
  • Ronald K. Vogel and Roberta Ryan, “The Global City thesis and the case of Sydney,” Progress in Planning: Global city Sydney, forthcoming.
  • Roberta Ryan and Ronald K. Vogel, “Equity and democracy in a global city,” Progress in Planning: Global city Sydney, forthcoming.