Faculty research interests are diverse, ranging from the new rural economy and development to race and ethnic relations, comparative social history, social theory, and cultural sociology.
Our faculty are well-known for their encouragement of student participation in research: locally, nationally, and internationally.
|Concordia Chair for the Study of Québec||Jean-Philippe Warren|
|Research Chair on Gambling||Sylvia Kairouz|
|Masculinity Research Network||Marc Lafrance (co-ordinator)|
|Sex Trade Advocacy and Research||Frances Shaver (co-ordinator)|
|CISSC Risk Research Working Group||Martin French (co-ordinator)|
|The New Rural Economy Project||Bill Reimer (co-ordinator)|
Sylvia Kairouz (Representative)