The Conversation News Archive
April 29, 2022 —
Instead of arguments exclusively about whether voyeurism is ethical or not, we should explore why we are drawn to voyeurism in the first place and where the limits should be for this taboo, yet incredibly prevalent practice.
April 29, 2022 —
If you are looking to support your exercise routine and stay flexible in the face of challenges, having a sense of “we” is great, but don’t lose sight of your sense of “me.”
April 13, 2022 —
As a result of anti-Black racism, non-Black people remain ignorant about how Black people experience discrimination and how it acts as a barrier that suppresses the civic, political and economic success of Black communities in a dominant white society.
April 5, 2022 —
'A trauma-informed lens isn’t meant to excuse or legitimize toxicity and dysfunction, but to help us understand that people who are in pain often pass down this pain'
March 23, 2022 —
In disrupting stereotypes, showcasing Indigenous excellence and teaching about histories and contemporary realities that matter, Indigenous filmmakers are leading the way toward a better future.
February 18, 2022 —
The delayed news of Kamila Valieva positive test raised many questions, including whether it is time to add minimum age limits to Olympic participation
January 28, 2022 —
'Strategies for taking back control when you dread the challenging day ahead'
December 23, 2021 —
All of these stories were first published on The Conversation Canada, and then republished on our own UM Today
Ignore debaters and denialists, Canada’s treatment of Indigenous Peoples fits the definition of genocide
October 26, 2021 —
A better understanding of what most genocide scholars believe can help people understand how Canada’s Indian Residential School system fits with definitions of genocide
September 2, 2021 —
The pandemic is the backdrop to the ongoing federal election, and its attendant lockdowns have shone light on health and economic issues