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‘Champion of diversity’ Michèle Lamont awarded Erasmus Prize

Canadian cultural sociologist Michèle Lamont, founding Co-Director of CIFAR’s Successful Societies program, has been named the 2017 Erasmus Prize winner....

Symposium Debrief | Successful Societies

New Models for Thriving Brief

How Social Innovation Supports Inclusive Societies On May 5th, 2015 in partnership with the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, CIFAR held a...

Research Brief | Successful Societies

Bridging scientific disciplines requires trust, group identity

Successful scientific networks require collaborators that bring intelligence and expertise. But they also require an emotional connection among collaborators, and...

Research Brief | Successful Societies

Culture Influences the Health Effects of Expressing Anger

This study explores the importance of cultural context in the link between anger expression and biological health risk. Using large...

Announcement | Successful Societies

Patrick Le Galès publishes a new book on transnational mobility and urban rootedness

Professionals in Europe are becoming more cosmopolitan, embracing a globalized world. But at the same time, these upper-middle class citizens...

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Negative emotions are worse for the health of Americans than Japanese

Feeling unhappy is bad for health. Negative emotions are tied to mental illness and chronic physical conditions, suggesting that in...

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