CSRS fellows visiting Rocky Point, Scia'New First Nation territory
Former CSRS fellow and anthropologist Darcy Matthews, leads members of the CSRS community to visit stone burial cairns located in Scia'New First Nation territory.

Gender, Justice and the Church panel speaking at the CSRS

The longstanding and systemic mistreatment, underpayment and sexual harassment of women and members of the LGBTQ2S+ community has been firmly in the public spotlight this past year thanks to movements such as #MeToo and Time’s Up. But how have Christian communities wrestled with these issues? Have there been gains in equality, empowerment and safety in Christian settings? Have Christians been advocates for change in wider society? Three leading women reformers reflect on the implications of biblical teachings and tradition in the struggle for justice in church and society. The lecture is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

SSHRC funds new Cascadia research project at the CSRS

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a large SSHRC grant to support a four-year project entitled "Religion, Spirituality, Secularity, and Society in the Pacific Northwest," also known as The Cascadia Project. The project will be based at the CSRS, and will involve Canadian and American faculty members and graduate students.