Faculty

Anna Agathangelou

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Miami University), M.A. (Eastern Kentucky University), M.A. (Syracuse University), Ph.D. (Syracuse University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 653 South Ross Building
Email: agathang@yorku.ca
Website:
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88840

Research Interests:
Globalization, Empire and Contemporary Imperialism, (In) Securities Studies, Feminist and Postcolonial Theory and Praxis, Feminist and Postcolonial Pedagogies, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Politics. Teaching: Transnational Feminism(s): Globalization, Empire and the Body, Advanced Studies in Women and Politics.

Projects/Publications:
Anna M. Agathangelou, The Global Political Economy of Sex: Desire, Violence, and Insecurity in Mediterranean Nation States. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, 226 pages.

Gregory Albo (Sabbatical July 1st 2017 - June 30th 2018)

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Manitoba), M.A. (University of Manitoba), Ph.D. (Carleton University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 642 South Ross Building
Email: albo@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88833

Research Interests:
Comparative and Canadian political economy with a focus on the following areas: economic history, unemployment, trade unions and economic policy, technological change, democratic administration. Current research focuses on 'Unemployment in the Era of Competitive Austerity' and 'The Long Decline of the Canadian State'. Teaching: Public Policy and Administration, Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics.

Greg Albo teaches political economy at the Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto. He is currently co–editor of the Socialist Register. He is also on the editorial boards of Studies in Political Economy, Relay, Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, Canadian Dimension, The Bullet and Historical Materialism (England). Co–editor of A Different Kind of State: Popular Power and Democratic Administration and author of numerous articles in journals such as Studies in Political Economy, Socialist Register, Canadian Dimension, and Monthly Review.

Robert Albritton

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: B.A. (University of California, Berkeley), M.A. (University of California, Los Angeles), Ph.D. (University of California, Los Angeles)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: ralbritt@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Marxian political economy and epistemology. Contributions of Marxian political economy to the theory of subjectivity.

Sabah Alnasseri (Sabbatical July 1st 2017-June 30th 2018)

Sabah Alnasseri headshotTitle: Associate  Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 627 South Ross Building
Email: alnaseri@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30089
Research Interests:
Political economy; comparative politics; international relations; internationalization of Middle Eastern state; political economy of the Middle east; new social and globalization critical movements in the Middle East; civil society and democracy in the Middle East.

Pat Armstrong

Title: Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (Carleton)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 2118 Vari Hall
Email: patarmst@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22550

Research Interests:
Women and work in Canada; social policy, especially Canadian health care policy; pay equity; social theory. Current research interests include: women and health, management and new work organizations, especially in health care.

Isabella Bakker

photo of professor Isa BakkerTitle: Professor
(On Leave July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)
Academic History: History: B.A. (Carleton University), Ph.D. (New School for Social Research)
Isabella Bakker, F.R.S.C. (Fellow Royal Society of Canada), Trudeau Fellow
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 663 South Ross Building
Email: icbakker@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Secondary Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88842

Research Interests:
Finance, development, social reproduction, human rights.

Teaching:
International Political Economy, Women and Politics

Projects/Publications:
Beyond States and Market: The Challenges of Social Reproduction (with Rachel Silvey) eds. (Routledge 2008)

Naomi Black

Title: Professor Emerita
Academic History: Ph.D. Yale
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: nablack@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Women and politics, feminist theory and the cross-national study of women's organizations.

Shannon Bell

Title: Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Hons.), Political Science, University of Winnipeg; M.A., Political Science, York; Ph.D, Political Science, York
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 633 South Ross Building
Email: shanbell@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88826

Research Interests:
She is currently working on shooting theory — videoing–imagining philosophical concept such as Heidegger’s stillness, Husserl’s epoché, Batiallian waste, Weil’s attention, Deleuzian deterritorialization, Virilio’s vision machine and accident.

Teaching: modern and postcontemporary theory, cyberpolitics, aesthetics and politics, violent philosophy and fast feminism.

Simone Bohn

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: BA and PhD–University of Sao Paulo Brazil, Post-Doctorate, University of Chicago
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 628 South Ross Building
Email: sbohn@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30088

Research Interests:
Political parties, Latin American political development, Latin American political economy, Methodology in Political Science, Research design in Comparative Politics, Electoral behavior, Legislative politics, Women and Politics in Latin America.

Projects/Publications:
PMDB - Partido do Movimento Democrático Brasileiro, São Paulo: Fundação Konrad–Adenauer–Stiftung, 1996. Co–authored with Maria D’Alva Gil Kinzo.

Martin Breaugh

Martin Breaugh headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Ottawa), M.A. (University of Ottawa), D.E.A. (Université de Paris VII — Denis–Diderot), Ph.D. (Université de Paris VII — Denis–Diderot)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 648 South Ross Building
Email: mbreaugh@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
History of Political Thought, Political Freedom and Emancipation, Contemporary French Political Theory, Democratic Theory, XIXth Century France (including the French Revolution), Plebeian Politics.

Barbara Cameron (Sabbatical July 1st 2017 - June 30th 2018)

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Carleton University), M.A. (University of Toronto), Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Department Affiliation:  Department of Politics, Women's Studies, Atkinson School of Social Sciences
Office Location: 613 Kaneff Tower
Email: barbarac@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66623

Research Interests:
Gender and Public Policy, Canadian Social Policy in Comparative Perspective.

Nergis Canefe

Nergis Canefe headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Bogazici University), M.A. (State University of New York), Ph.D. (York University), PhD in Law candidate (Osgoode Hall Law School)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 137 McLaughlin College
Email: ncanefe@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 20994

Research Interests:

My name is Nergis Canefe and I am 60 % POLS and 40 % SPPA/MPPAL joint faculty. I am also appointed at the graduate programmes of Social and Political Thought, Sociology, Sociolegal Studies and Osgoode Hall Law School.
Nergis Canefe (Ph.D York, 1998, SJD candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School) is Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Law at York University, and past associate director of Centre for Refugee Studies (2008-2013). Her areas of interest are international public law and ethics, state-induced mass human suffering including war crimes and genocide, critical debates on administrative law, transitional justice, memory and trauma, minority and human rights, critical citizenship studies, and jurisprudence of crimes against humanity. She has more than fifty scholarly articles in books and in journals including Citizenship StudiesNations and Nationalism,Balkanologie, South East European Studies, Journal of Narrative Politics, Refuge, Ethnic and Racial StudiesTurkish Studies and Rethinking History. She co-edited the volume Turkey and the European Integration (Routledge 2004), edited the volume Jewish Diasporas (Libra 2014) and wrote (in Turkish) Anavatandan Yavruvatana: Milliyetçilik, Bellek, ve Aidiyet (English title: Citizenship, Identity and Belonging: Limits of Turkish Nationalism) (Bilgi University, 2006). She is currently working on a manuscript titled Transitional Justice Unbound: Crimes Against Humanity in International Law. She has been teaching a survey course on Human Rights Debates for the past decade at York University, as well as courses on minority rights, administrative law and ethics, constitutional law, critical studies on Canadian Security Regime, Politics of Utopia, Politics of International Law and Transitional Justice.

2007 The Jewish Diaspora as a Paradigm: Politics, Religion and Belonging. Edited volume in collaboration with William Safran, Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado (forthcoming, Edwin Mellen Publishers)
2006 (Sole Author) Milliyetcilik, Kimlik ve Aidiyet Nationalism, Identity and Belonging, Istanbul: Bilgi University Publishing House.
2004 Turkey and European Integration: Accession Prospects and Issues. Edited volume in collaboration with Mehmet Ugur, Jean Monnet Professor at University of Greenwich. London and New York: Routledge.

Gregory Thomas Chin (Sabbatical July 1st 2017-June 30th 2018)

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: PhD (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 630 South Ross Building
Email: gtchin@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88830

Research Interests:
Comparative politics (China and Asia); new Asian regionalism; the political economy of East Asia; Chinese foreign policy; BRICs economic diplomacy; global governance reform; corruption prevention in Asia; party reform in Asian communist societies; North Korean development and reform.

Projects/Publications:
China’s Automotive Modernization: The Party-State and Multinational Corporations. Palgrave Macmillan, International Political Economy Series, 2010.

Daniel Cohn

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. Hons (Carleton), M.S.Sc. (Stockholm), Ph.D. (Carleton)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, School of Public Policy and Administration
Office Location: 128 McLaughlin College
Email: dcohn@yorku.ca
Website:  Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77276

Research Interests:
Health politics and policy, The changing nature of the public sector in the OECD countries (especially public–private partnerships), The roles played by academics and their influence in the policy making process, Neoliberalism and the future of liberal capitalist democracy in an era when economic forces and other pressures for global and regional integration are said to be diminishing the autonomy of the state and, The impact of political leadership.

George C. Comninel

George Comninel headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Cornell University), M.A. (York University), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 646 South Ross Building
Email: comninel@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext.88831

Research Interests:
European political theory considered in a socio–historical context, comparative study of the development of state and society, revolutions, especially the French Revolution, Marxist and liberal theories of class, state and social change. Author of Rethinking the French Revolution: Marxism and the Revisionist Challenge. Current projects include a study on the role of law and political relations in the transition to capitalism in England, and a study of politics and social interests in the French Revolution.

Projects/Publications:
Rethinking the French Revolution: Marxism and the Revisionist Challenge, (London: Verso Books, 1987).

Alison D. Crosby

Title: Associate Professor/Director, Centre for Feminist Research)
Academic History: (Hons.) B. A. (Cambridge); MES (York); Ph.D. (York)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 607 Kaneff Tower
Email: acrosby@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33691

Research Interests:
My current research focuses on anti–racist feminist contestations of histories of militarized, colonial, and imperial violence, and in particular, how we understand survivors’ multifaceted struggles for voice and subjectivity, and the claiming, narration and performance of memory that challenges the hegemonic. Areas of specialization include: Gender Issues, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Transitional Justice, Memory and memorialization

Elizabeth Dauphinee

Elizabeth Dauphinee headshotTitle: Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (York)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 658 South Ross Building
Email: dauphine@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext.46009

Research Interests:
Elizabeth Dauphinee is the author of The Politics of Exile (Routledge, 2013) and The Ethics of Researching War (Manchester University Press, 2007). She is also the founding editor of the Journal of Narrative Politics. She is co-editor (with Naeem Inayatullah) of Narrative Global Politics (Routledge, 2016). Her research has appeared in Peacebuilding, Critical Studies on Security, Security Dialogue, Dialectical Anthropology, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, and Review of International Studies. She is interested in a wide range of critical approaches to IR theory, and has supervised students working in areas ranging from contemporary visual culture to Islamic philosophy. She teaches and researches in the field of narrative, affect, and autoethnograpy. She welcomes contact from students and colleagues working in these or tangential areas.

Projects/Publications:
Elizabeth Dauphinee is the author of The Ethics of Researching War (Manchester University Press, 2007), and co–editor of The Logics of Biopower and the War on Terror: Living, Dying, Surviving (New York: Palgrave, 2006). Her research has appeared in Security Dialogue, Dialectical Anthropology, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, and Review of International Studies.

David B. Dewitt

Title: University Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of British Columbia), M.A. (Stanford University), Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: ddewitt@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
International and regional security, conflict management and resolution, Middle East and Asia Pacific security politics, Canadian foreign, defence, and security policy. Currently working on regionalization of political security relations in both the Middle East and in the Asia Pacific regions, Canadian foreign, defence and security policy, the intersection of science and national security policy, and Canadian and comparative public diplomacy.

Edgar Dosman

Title: Professor Emeritus
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 740 Kaneff Tower
Email: edosman@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55156

Daniel Drache

Title: Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Toronto), M.A. (Queen's University)
Department Affiliation:Department of Politics
Office Location: 633 Kaneff Tower
Email: drache@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55415

Research Interests:
WTO, Trade Politics and Counterpublics, Identity, Citizenship and Markets, Poverty Eradication and Trade, Global Cultural Flows and the Political Economy of Dissent, public domain, information commons, social inclusion, exclusion, information technology, internet strategy, e–citizenship, state policy, political economy of dissent, counter–publics, identity politics.

Publications/Projects:
A major contributor to public policy debates, he has written widely on globalization and the limits of markets, trade blocs, employment and economic integration, and is also a regular commentator on national news for the CBC and other networks. He has written or edited (with others) twelve books in the recent period.

Robert J. Drummond

Bob Drummond headshotTitle: University Professor Emeritus
Academic History: B.A. (York University), M.A. (Northwestern University), Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 623B south Ross Building
Email: robertd@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Ontario politics, provincial public policy, Canadian political behaviour. Also interested in political parties and the politics of aging. Teaching: Canadian Government, Ontario Politics, Public Policy.

Publications/Projects:
(co-author (with Chris Roberts) Pension Confidential (Lorimer, 2012)

Burkard Eberlein

Title: Assistant Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (Konstanz)
Department Affiliation: Policy Specialization, Schulich School of Business
Office Location: 209 North Seymour Schulich Building
Email: beberlein@schulich.yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 44592

Research Interests:
Comparative public policy; government regulation; European integration and EU governance; German politics, French politics, Canadian politics.

Frederick J. Fletcher

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. Duke University
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 2012 Technology Enhanced Learning Building
Email: ffletch@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22915 or 55265

Research Interests:
Mass media and politics, communication policy, election campaigns and public opinion (all with a focus on Canada), also federalism and environmental issues. Publications include articles in many journals and edited books. Co–author of Canadian Attitude Trends, 1960–78, The Newspaper and Public Affairs, Canadian Politics Through Press Reports, Media Elections and Democracy, and Reaching the Voter: Constituency Campaigning in Canada. Has worked for three Royal Commissions, including the recent Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing, where as Research Coordinator, Media and Elections. Current research focuses on election campaigns as principal investigator, Election Broadcasting Project and news coverage of environmental issues.

Scott Forsyth

Scott Forsyth headshotTitle: Associate Professor -Emeritus
Academic History: B.A. (Trent University), M.A. (York University), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Film
Office Location: 238 Centre for Film and Theatre
Email: sforsyth@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22164

Research Interests:
Professor Scott Forsyth has published on the politics of Hollywood films, Marxist cultural theory, third world film and film in Canada. He is a founding editor of the film studies journal CineAction. He is currently working on a research project on culture and Canadian Communists in the thirties and a manuscript on contemporary Hollywood, American imperialism and Cold War and post–Cold War ideologies. He is based in the Department of Film and is cross–appointed to the Department of Political Science. Research Interests: Marxist cultural and aesthetic theory; film history, media politics, film in Canada, the United States and the third world.

Bernard M. Frolic

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. Cornell
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 831 Kaneff Tower
Email: bfrol@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88821
Research Interests: Chinese and Soviet politics, Canadian–Chinese relations, post–communist societies.

Amber Gazso

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 2082 Vari Hall
Email: agazso@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77987

Wenona Giles

Title: Professor
Department Affiliation: School of Social Sciences, School of Women's Studies
Office Location: 851 Kaneff Tower
Email: wgiles@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66340

Stephen Gill

Title: Distinguished Research Professor
Academic History: B.A. (London), Dip I.A. (Bath), M.A. (Essex), P.G.C.E. (Manchester), Ph.D. (Birmingham)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 660 South Ross Building
Email: sgill@yorku.ca
Website:
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88824

Research Interests:
Global Political Economy, International Relations, American politics and global strategy, Critical theory, Globalization and market civilisation.

Teaching:
Introduction to International Relations (undergraduate), Political Economy of Market Civilisation (undergraduate), Advanced Topics in Political Economy: Comparative and International I and II (graduate), PhD Core Course in International Relations (graduate).

Projects/Publications:
Stephen Gill, editor and contributor Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership (Cambridge University Press 2011). 320 pages. Index.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2010) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 333 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition.

Stephen Gill (2009) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 317 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition.

Stephen Gill (2008) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave. Second fully revised updated & enlarged edition.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2007) Gramsci, materialismo histórico e relações internacionais. (Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations). In Portuguese. Translated by Dinah de Abreu Azevedo. Brazilian edition with a new extended editor’s preface & introduction. Cambridge University Press & State University of Rio de Janeiro Press.

Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill (2003) editors and contributors Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill (2003) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1997) Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. Tokyo. United Nations University Press & London. Macmillan.

Stephen Gill & James H. Mittelman, editors and contributors (1997) Innovation and Transformation in International Studies. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1996) Chiku Seiji no Saikochiku: Reisengo no Nichibeiou Kankei to Sekai Chitsujo (Restructuring Global Politics) In Japanese. Translated, with an editor’s preface, by Seiji Endo. Tokyo. Asahi Shimbun Sha.

R.W. Cox, Stephen Gill, Björn Hettne, James Rosenau, Yoshikazu Sakamoto & Kees van der Pijl (1995) Co-authors, International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder. London, Zed Press, Halifax NS, Fernwood Press, Dhaka, University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1993) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1991) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1989) Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era. Brighton. Harvester Wheatsheaf & New York, St. Martin’s. (Hardback only.)

Stephen Gill & David Law (1988) The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies. Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf & Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Sam Gindin

Title: Adjunct Professor
Academic History: M.A. Wisconsin
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 661 South Ross Building
Email: sgindin@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Social justice and political activism; socialism and class politics; utopias; politics of work, unions, and democracy; post–war economic history; globalization and crisis theory.

Ian Greene

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. (Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 224 McLaughlin College
Email: igreene@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77083

Research Interests:
He is the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Justice System Administration. He teaches courses in Canadian public law, the Charter of Rights, judicial administration, program evaluation, political ethics, Canadian government, and public administration. He has been coordinator of York's undergraduate program in public policy and administration, as well as the undergraduate director in the political science department. He was an associate dean in the Faculty of Arts from 1997 to 2000. He is associate director of York's MPA Programme, and co-director of the professional development LLM programme in administrative law. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Centre for Practical Ethics, and the Centre for Public Law and Public Policy. From 2003 to 2004, he was Chair of the York University Senate.

Ellen Gutterman

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 357 York Hall, Glendon
Email: egutterman@glendon.yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Personal Website : https://ellengutterman.weebly.com/
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88582

Research Interests:
International Relations, Constructivism and International Norms, International Law and Compliance, Legitimacy of Non–State Actors, Global Governance, Transnational Crime and Corruption. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in international law and and international relations.

Teaching:
International and Transnational Organizations (Global Governance), Transnational Crime and Corruption, International Relations Through Film and Literature (all at Glendon campus.)

Laam Hae

photo of professor Laam HaeTitle: Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A. Seoul National University (Geography); M.A. Seoul National University (Geography); Ph.D. Syracuse University (Geography)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 632 South Ross Building
Email: lhae@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30081

Research Interests:
Urban political economy and urban culture, with a focus on neoliberal urbanism in North America and East Asia; Marxist and critical geographic thought; Marxist cultural theory and critical race theory; Critical legal theory, with a focus on the implications of First Amendment rights on spatial reconstitution.

Judith Adler Hellman

Judith Hellman headshotTitle: Professor Emerita
Academic History: B.A. (Cornell), M. Phil. (London School of Economics), Ph.D. (London)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Social Science
Office Location: 623B Ross Building
Email: jhellman@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 44087

Research Interests:
Latin American politics, international migration, peasant movements, feminism, new social movements. Author of: Mexico in Crisis, Journeys Among Women: Feminism in Five Italian Cities, Mexican Lives and The World of Mexican Migrants. Publications include articles in Comparative Politics, Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Latin American Research Review, European Rev. of Latin American Studies, CJPS, Studies in Political Economy, Labour, Capital and Society, Socialist Register, Modern Italy, Canadian J. of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Queen's Quarterly, LASA Forum, NACLA, Socialist Review. Este Pais, and Relazioni Internazionali.

Projects/Publications:
Changing Lives and Changing Times in the Caribbean and Latin America: Ten Oral Histories, Editor. (Toronto: Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean, York University, 2013), pp. i-ix, 1-218.

The World of Mexican Migrants: The Rock and the Hard Place, (New York: The New Press, 2008), pp. i-xxiv, 1-256.

Mexican Lives, (New York: The New Press, 1994), 242 pp.; 2nd Edition 1999, 263 pp.

Mexico in Crisis, 2nd Edition reprinted with a new "Afterword" 1988, pp. 253-272.

Journeys Among Women: Feminism in Five Italian Cities (New York: Oxford University Press and Cambridge: Polity Press, 1987), 275 pp.

Mexico in Crisis, (New York: Holmes & Meier; and London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1978), 229 pp.; 2nd Edition, 1983, 345 pp.

Stephen M. Hellman

Steve Hellman headshotTitle: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. Yale
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 623B South Ross Building
Email: shellman@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Comparative politics, European politics, Marxist theory. Research interests: European (especially Italian) left–wing and labour politics, twentieth century Marxism. Publications include articles and chapters in edited volumes on Italian communism, the Italian left, as well as in journals and more general publications. Author of: "Italy" in the text, European Politics in Transition, ed. Mark Kesselman and Joel Kreiger, Italian Communism in Transition: The Rise and Fall of the Historic Compromise in Turin, and co–editor (with Gianfranco Pasquino) of Italian Politics: A Review, Vols 7 and 8 (London and Bologna). Current project: The Italian Left Between Decomposition and Recomposition.

Susan Henders

Title: Associate Professor - Graduate Program Director - Political Science
Academic History: B.A. (University of Saskatchewan), B.J. (Carleton University), M.Phil. (Chinese University of Hong Kong), D.Phil. (Oxford)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: South Ross 634
Email: polsgrad@yorku.ca  for GPD matters; henders@yorku.ca  otherwise
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22552

Research Interests:
I have a long-term interest in the domestic and international politics of decentralized state architectures/multi-level governance and regions claiming distinct identities, where my current research is on nationalist-infused politics and on intersecting gender, class, race, ethnicity and other power fields in minority autonomous regions. With collaborator Mary M. Young, I also study the diplomatic practices of non-state actors and world orders, particularly focused on Canadian-Asian interactions and using insights from the critical study of global politics and political economy. My current individual research examines Canadian nationals living in Hong Kong as “other diplomats”.

Supervisions:
I am available to discuss supervision related to such areas as decentralized state architectures/multi-level governance, particularly minority autonomous regions and gender/class/race/ethnicity; nationalisms in theory and practice; diplomacies and world orders, particularly the diplomatic practices of non-state actors; eastern Asia, world orders, and human rights and democracy.

Projects/Publications (Selected):
Henders, Susan J. In Press. “Territorial Autonomy, Nationalisms, and Women’s Equality and Rights: The Case of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.” In J. Mulholland, N. Montagna, and E. Sanders-McDonagh, eds. Gendering Nationalism: Intersections of Nation, Gender and Sexuality in the 21st Century. Palgrave.

Henders, Susan J. and Mary M. Young. 2016. “ ‘Other Diplomacies’ of Non-state Actors: The Case of Canadian-Asian Relations.” In Susan J. Henders and Mary M. Young, eds.  Special Issue: “Other Diplomacies” of Non-state Actors: The Case of Canadian-Asian Relations. Hague Journal of Diplomacy 11.

Young, Mary M. and Susan J. Henders. 2016. “ ‘Other Diplomacies’ and World Order: Historical Insights from Canadian-Asian Relations.” In Susan J. Henders and Mary M. Young, eds. Special Issue: “Other Diplomacies” of Non-state Actors: The Case of Canadian-Asian Relations. Hague Journal of Diplomacy 11.

Henders, Susan J. and Lily Cho, eds. 2014, 2017. Human Rights and the Arts: Essays on Global Asia. Lexington.

Henders, Susan J. 2010. Territoriality, Asymmetry, and Autonomy: Catalonia, Corsica, Hong Kong, and Tibet. Palgrave.

Henders, Susan J., ed. 2004, 2006. Democratization and Identity: Constituting Regimes and Ethnicity in East and South-East Asia. Lexington.

Asher Horowitz

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. (Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 648 South Ross Building
Email: horowitz@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88829

Research Interests:
History of political thought, critical theory, modern continental political thought, psychoanalytic theory and politics, democratic theory. Publications include Rousseau, Nature, and History, 'Everywhere They are in Chains': Political Theory from Rousseau to Marx (with G. Horowitz); co–editor (with T. Maley) The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and Post–Enlightenment Political Thought; Ed., Difficult Justice: Commentaries on Levinas and Politics (with G. Horowitz); and, Ethics at a Standstill: Levinasand the Frankfurt School on History and Subjectivity.

Projects/Publications:
Ethics At a Standstill: History and Subjectivity in Levinas and the Frankfurt School. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, forthcoming April 2008

Ed., Difficult Justice: Commentaries on Levinas and Politics. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006 (with G. Horowitz)

Ed., The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and the Twilight of Enlightenment. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995 (with Terry Maley)

Rousseau, Nature and History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987 (paperback edition, 1992)

Selections reprinted in Joseph Losko and Leonard Williams, Eds. Political Theory: Classic Writings and Contemporary Views. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991

'Everywhere They Are in Chains': Political Theory from Rousseau to Marx. Toronto: Nelson, 1988 (with Gad Horowitz)

Lesley Jacobs

Title: Professor, Director Institute for Social Research
Academic History: Ph.D. (Oxford)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics and Social Science
Office Location: 5045 Technology Enhanced Learning Building
Email: jacobs@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 44661

Research Interests:
Comparative public policy (esp. equal opportunities policy, income policy, health law and policy, human rights, access to justice) focused mainly on public policy and law in Canada, USA, China, and other countries on the Asia Pacific Rim; empirical social-legal research; courts and social policy; intersections between international human rights law and international economic law; global health and human rights; and theoretical work on social justice.

Projects/Publications:
Books and Edited Monographs

Lesley Jacobs (with Nachshon Goltz, Law PhD Student and Matt McManus, Socio-Legal PhD Student), Privacy Rights in the Global Digital Economy: Everyday Legal Problems and Canadian Paths to Justice (Toronto: Irwin Law Books, in press expected July 2014). Pp. 225.

Lesley Jacobs & Daniel Drache, Editors, Linking Global Trade and Human Rights: New Policy Space in Hard Economic Times (New York: Cambridge University Press, March 2014). Pp. 384.

Lesley Jacobs, Lorne Foster & Shaheen Azmi, Editors, Balancing Competing Human Rights in a Diverse Society: Principles, Applications, Institutions, Policy (Toronto: Irwin Law Books in partnership with the Ontario Human Rights Commission, 2012). Pp. 482. Includes Editors’ Introduction.

Lesley Jacobs, Guest Editor, The Globalization of the Race Relations Policy Dialogue, (Special volume of Directions, September 2011), publication of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. Digital version available at http://www.crr.ca/diversfiles/directions/vol6No2VersionWeb.pdf

Lesley Jacobs, Lorne Foster & Shaheen Azmi, Guest Editors, Canadian Diversity, Volume X: Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims (Ottawa: Government of Canada, November 1 2010). Digitial version available http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/resources/discussion_consultation/Balancing%20competing%20human%20rights_Diversity%20Magazine_2010.pdf

Lesley Jacobs, Pursuing Equal Opportunities (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004) Pp. xiv & 280. In paper and hardback. More than 20 plus reviews and review essays in academic journals.
Ebook version released in November 2011: http://ebookee.org/Pursuing-Equal-Opportunities-The-Theory-and-Practice-of-Egalitarian-Justice_1332584.html

Chinese translation of Pursuing Equal Opportunities. (Shanghai: Jilin Publishing Group, 2008), Pp. 365.

Lesley Jacobs & Richard Vandewetering, Editors, John Stuart Mill's 'The Subjection of Women': His Contemporary and Modern Critics. (New York, Caravan Books, 1999.) Includes Introduction by Editors (43 pages). Pp. 436.

The Democratic Vision of Politics. (Saddle Creek, NJ: Prentice-Hall/Simon & Schuster, 1997) Pp. xvi & 145.

Chinese translation of The Democratic Vision of Politics, with a new extended Preface by the Author for Chinese Readers. (Beijing: The Radio & TV Publishing House of China, 1999.) Pp. 234.

Lesley Jacobs, Patricia Evans, Alain Noel, and Elizabeth Reynolds, Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair? (Montreal & Ottawa: Institute for Research on Public Policy/Renouf Publications, 1995). Pp. 145.

Lesley Jacobs, Rights and Deprivation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Imprint, 1993) Pp. x & 230.
Republished as an Ebook by Oxford Scholarship Online in January 2012.

Lesley Jacobs and five others, Editors, Out of Apathy: Voices of the New Left Thirty Years on. (London: Verso Books, 1989.)

Roger Keil

Title: Professor, Director — The CIty Institute at York University
Academic History: Staatsexamen, D.Phil (Johann Wolfggang Goethe University Frankfurt)
Department Affiliation: Faulty of Environmental Studies
Office Location: 213 Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building
Email: rkeil@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22604

Research Interests:
Global Suburbanism, Urban Governance, Global Cities, Infectious Disease and Cities, Urban Infrastructures, Urban Political Ecology.

Teaching:
Global Cities

Kamala Kempadoo

Title: Professor
Department Affiliation: Division of Social Science
Office Location: 826 North Ross Building
Email: kempadoo@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66940

Research Interests:
Research interests include: sexual labour and transactional sex; human trafficking and international migration; Caribbean sexuality; race and ethnic relations; transnational feminist theory and methodologies; gender and development.

Starting with research on sex work in the Dutch Caribbean, Kempadoo’s research has broadened to include global issues of “the traffic of women” and sexual economic transactional relations that exist outside of the sex industry. She has conducted policy–oriented research on Caribbean sexual relations and HIV for UN and intergovernmental agencies, and recently held a SSHRC-Research Development Initiative grant to examine the issue of incest in the Caribbean. Much of her research is collaborative. A new focus in her work is on research methodologies in Caribbean feminism and sex work studies.

Teaching:
Kempadoo teaches courses in Caribbean studies, ‘Third World’ and transnational feminisms, sex work studies, Black Studies, and critical perspectives in gender and development.  Her publications include Global Sex Workers (Routledge 1998); Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean (Rowman and Littlefield 1999); Sexing the Caribbean (Routledge 2004) and Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered (Paradigm 2005).  She is also series editor of Transnational Feminist Studies with Paradigm Publishers.

Projects/Publications:
Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered: New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work, and Human Rights (with Jyoti Sanghera and Bandana Pattanaik, eds). Boulder: Paradigm Publishers, 2005 (Second edition forthcoming)
Sexing the Caribbean: Gender, Race and Sexual Labor. New York: Routledge 2004. (Also available as an E–book).
Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean (ed.). Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. 1999.
Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and Redefinition (and Jo Doezema, eds). New York: Routledge 1998.

Gerald Kernerman

Title: Assistant Professor (On Sabbatical July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)
Academic History: B.A. (University of Toronto), M.A. (University of British Columbia), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 846 Kaneff Tower
Email: geraldk@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 20551

Research Interests:
Refugee politics, migration, nationalism, borders, citizenship, sovereignty, multiculturalism, identity politics; disability studies; surveillance studies; governmentality; discourse analysis; social and political thought; contemporary political theory; law and society; public policy; Canadian politics. Graduate Teaching: Theorizing Refugees: Nation–State–Exception; Histories and Theories of Nationalism.

Projects/Publications:
Gerald Kernerman (B.A., Toronto; M.A., UBC; Ph.D., York) is Associate Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies and, for 2006/07, a Visiting Research Fellow at the Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford University. A member of the Graduate Program in Political Science, Professor Kernerman’s interdisciplinary research and teaching moves in between the fields of politics and social and political thought. His current research explores contemporary refugee issues in comparative perspective, focusing on the relationship between practices of refugee interdiction, national and international rights regimes, and the idea of “states of exception”. He is the author of Multicultural Nationalism: Civilizing Difference, Constituting Community (UBC Press, 2005) and co–editor (with Philip Resnick) of Insiders & Outsiders: Alan Cairns and the Reshaping of Canadian Citizenship (UBC Press, 2005). Previously, he was a Canada–U.S. Fulbright Scholar at the Walt Whitman Center for the Culture and Politics of Democracy at Rutgers University and a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto.

Ann H. Kim

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Sociology
Office Location: 839 Kaneff Tower
Email: annkim@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22678

Stefan Kipfer

Title: Associate Professor and PhD Program Coordinator
Academic History: B.A. (Political Science and French) , MES (Urban Political Economy and Ecological Politics) , Ph.D. (Political Science) York
Department Affiliation: Faculty of Environmental Studies
Office Location: 245 Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building
Email: kipfer@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22619

Areas of Academic Interest:

  • Theories of society, politics and the city;
  • Comparative urban-regional politics and planning;
  • Urban social movements and restructuring;
  • Colonization, racialization and urbanization in post–colonial times;
  • Suburbanization, territorial relations and regional planning;
  • Public housing: gentrification, privatization and redevelopment.

Research Interests:
My empirical research has focused on urban–regional politics and planning in transnational and comparative context. In second–tier global cities in North America and Europe (Zurich, Toronto and Paris), I have researched the role of urban social movements and local–regional politics and planning in processes of transnational urban restructuring since the late 1960s. My research on Toronto has been particularly interested in the impasse of regional planning and the formation of a 'competitive city' planning regime characterized by neoliberalism, revanchism and cultural–differential aspects of 'diversity management' (including multiculturalism). More recently, I have been working on place–based policies of mixity/diversity and the redevelopment of public housing, with a focus on Toronto and Paris.

Publications/Projects:
(forthcoming, 2012) “‘Ghetto or Not’ is not the only question: Some remarks on ‘race’, space and state in Paris.”(in French) Race et Capitalisme. Eds. Félix Boggio Éwanjé-Épéé and Stella Magliani–Belkacem. Paris: La Fabrique. Les Cahiers de l’émancipation.

(forthcoming) Gramsci: Nature, Space, Politics (Co–edited with Mike Ekers, Gillian Hart, and Alex Loftus). London: Blackwell.

(forthcoming) “City, Country, Hegemony: Antonio Gramsci’s Spatial Historicism” in: Gramsci: Nature, Space, Politics.

(forthcoming) “Translating Gramsci in the Current Conjuncture” (principal author, with Gillian Hart) in Gramsci: Nature, Space, Politics.

(forthcoming) “Urban Marxism and the post–colonial question: Henri Lefebvre and ‘colonization’’ (Principal author, with Kanishka Goonewardena) Historical Materialism

(forthcoming) “Henri Lefebvre: debates and controversies” (principal author, with Parastou Saberi, Thorben Wieditz) Progress in Human Geography.

(2011) “Decolonization in the heart of empire: some Fanonian echoes in France today” Antipode 43.4: 1155-1180.

(2011) “The times and spaces of (de–)colonization: Fanon’s counter–colonialism, then and now” in Nigel Gibson ed., Living Fanon (New York: Palgrave) 93-104

(2009) ‘Tackling Urban Apartheid: The Social Forum of Popular Neighbourhoods in Paris’ International Journal for Urban and Regional Research 33.4.: 1058-1066.

(2009) “Colonization’ and Public Housing in the Competitive City: A Toronto Case Study” (Principal author, with Jason Petrunia) Studies in Political Economy 83: 111-39.

(2009) “Preface” to Henri Lefebvre, Dialectical Materialism (Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press [1939]).

(2009) “Why the urban question still matters: reflections on rescaling and the promise of the urban”. Towards a Political Economy of Scale. Eds. Roger Keil and Rianne Mahon (Vancouver: UBC Press) 67–83.

(2008) ““Comparative perspectives on ’colonization’ and urbanization”. Contribution to “Writing the lines of connection: Unveiling the strange language of urbanization” Nasra Abdi, Nathalie Boucher, Mariana Cavalcanti, Stefan Kipfer, Edgar Pieterse, and Vyjayanthi Rao. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32.4.: 989–1027.

(2008) Space, Difference, and Everyday Life: Henri Lefebvre and Radical Politics (Co–edited with Kanishka Goonewardena, Richard Milgrom, Christian Schmid). New York: Routledge.

(2008) "Hegemony, Everyday Life, and Difference: How Lefebvre urbanized Gramsci". Space, Difference, and Everyday Life: Henri Lefebvre and Radical Politics (Eds. Goonewardena, Kipfer, Milgrom, Schmid).

(2008) "The Production of Henri Lefebvre" (principal author, with Goonewardena, Milgrom, Schmid) Space, Difference, and Everyday Life

(2008) "Globalizing Lefebvre?"(principal author, with Goonewardena, Milgrom, Schmid) Space, Difference, and Everyday Life.

(2008) “Die Zentralität des Städtischen: Überlegungen zur Skalenfrage”. Politics of Scale. Räume der Globalisierung und Perspektiven emanzipatorischer Politik. Eds. Bernd Röttger, Susanne Heeg, Markus Wissen Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 85-105.

(2007) "Space and Fanon: Colonization, urbanization and liberation from the colonial to the global city". Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 25.4.

(2007) “Colonization and the New Imperialism: On the Meaning of Urbicide Today”. (principal author, with Kanishka Goonewardena). Theory and Event 10:2: 1–39.

(2005) "Spaces of Difference: Reflections from Toronto on Multiculturalism, Bourgeois Urbanism and the Possibility of Radical Urban Politics" (With Kanishka Goonewardena) International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 29.3.

(2004) A review symposium on the U.S. American 'new regionalism'. (co–edited with Karen Wirsig) Antipode 36:4. 728–32.

(2003) "The Urban Experience and Globalization". (With Roger Keil) Transformations: Canadian Political Economy at the turn of the millennium. Eds. Wallace Clement and Leah Vosko. Montreal and Kingston: McGill and Queen's University Press.

(2002) "Toronto.Inc? Planning the Competitive City in the New Toronto" (Principal author, with Roger Keil). Antipode March. 227-64.

(1996) "Cities, Nature and Socialism: Towards an Urban Agenda for Action and Research." (With Franz Hartmann and Sara Marino) Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 7.2. 5–20.

(1995) "Globalization, Hegemony, and Local Politics: The Case of Zurich, Switzerland." A New World Order? Global Transformation in the Late 20th Century. Eds. Joszef Böröcz and David A. Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood. 181–199.

Thomas Klassen

Tom Klassen headshotTitle: Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Trent University), M.A. (University of Toronto), M.Sc (University of Toronto), D.P.A. (Carleton University), Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, School of Public Policy and Administration
Office Location: 644 South Ross Building
Email: tklassen@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416-736-5265

Research Interests:
My interests are in comparative public policy focusing on income security and labour market policy including social assistance and pensions. Specific Ccurrent projects include later retirement in East Asia and an international handbook on public policy and administration. A secondary area of interest is in the area of disabilities. Teaching: Canadian and Ontario Politics, The Politics of Aging, Public Policy, and Democratic Administration.

Projects/Publications:
Klassen, Thomas R. 2013. Retirement in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press, vii+144p.

Klassen, Thomas R. and Yunjeong Yang, eds. 2014. Korea's retirement predicament: The ageing tiger. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, xviii+ 190p

Yang, Jae-jin and Thomas R. Klassen, eds. 2010. Retirement, work and pensions in ageing Korea. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, xv + 192p.

Cosgrave, James F. and Thomas R. Klassen, eds. 2009. Casino state: Legalized gambling in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, x + 268p.

Klassen, Thomas R. and Donna E. Wood. 2013. “Evolving federal-provincial accountability regimes in active labour market policy” in P. Graefe, J.

M. Simmons, and L. A. White, eds., Overpromising and underperforming: Understanding and evaluating new intergovernmental accountability regimes. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 102-126.

Wood, Donna and Thomas R. Klassen. 2009. “Bilateral federalism and workforce development policy in Canada,” Canadian Public Administration. 52.2: 249-270.

Videos - tklassen.blog.yorku.ca/videos/

Jacqueline Krikorian

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: Brock, BA Hons (Politics/History); Dalhousie, MA (Political Science); Oxford, M Litt (Modern History); Queen's, LLB (Law); PhD, Toronto (Political Science)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Law & Society program (Social Science)
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: jdk@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66229

Research Interests:
Constitutional and administrative law and policy; international law and international legal regimes; federalism and intergovernmental relations; courts, judicial politics, and judicial administration; women and the law; legal history; and comparative legal systems.

Teaching:
GS POLS 5175 Canadian Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspective; POLS 5601 Systems of Justice

Projects/Publications:
International Trade Law and Domestic Policy: Canada, the United States and the World Trade Organization. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2012.

Fuyuki Kurasawa

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (La Trobe)
Department Affiliation: Department of Sociology
Office Location: 2088 Vari Hall
Email: kurasawa@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77990

Research Interests:
Classical and contemporary theory; cultural studies; political sociology; political economy. Current research projects include global justice and human rights; critical theory and cross–cultural interpretation; Canadian identity; cultural materialism.

Hannes Lacher

Hannes Lacher headshotTitle: Associate Professor
( On Sabbatical July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017)
Academic History: Ph.D. London School of Economics
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S654 Ross
Email: hlacher@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88843

Research Interests:
Comparative and international political economy, historical materialism, historical sociology of the international system, global capitalism and territoriality, critical international relations theory.

Robert Latham

Robert Latham headshotTitle: Associate Professor – Coordinator for Graduate Diploma in International Security Studies (On Sabbatical July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)
Academic History:
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: N824 Ross Building
Email: rlatham1@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 46011

Research Interests:
New Media, Migration Studies, Political Theory, International Relations, Critical Theory, Political Economy, and Critical Security Studies.

Projects/Publications:
Books:
2014 Liberating Temporariness? imagining alternatives to permanence as a pathway for social inclusion (co-edited with Valerie Preston and Leah Vosko), Queens-McGill University Press.

2005 Digital Formations: Information Technology and New Architectures in the Global Realm. Edited Volume: co-edited with Saskia Sassen, Princeton University Press) (368 pps)
-“Digital Formations: Constructing an Object of Study;” introduction, co-written with S. Sassen

2003 Bombs and Bandwidth: The Emerging Relationship between Information Technology and Security. Edited volume: The New Press. (326 pps.)
-“Introduction”

2001 Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa: Global/Local Networks of Power. Co-edited volume with Thomas Callaghy and Ronald Kassimir (Cambridge University Press) (322 pps.).
-“Introduction: transboundary formations, intervention, order, and authority”…co-written with T. Callaghy and R. Kassimer.
-“Toward a new research agenda,” co-written with R. Kassimir.

1997 The Liberal Moment: Modernity, Security, and the Making of Postwar International Order. Columbia University Press. In series, New Directions in World Politics.

Refereed Articles:
2014 “Spatial Alternatives and Counter-Sovereignties in Israel-Palestine” with Nir Gazit (International Poltical Sociology 2014 vol. 8, no. 1 January)

2013 “Power and Inclusion: relations of knowledge and environmental monitoring in the arctic
(co-author, Lisa Williams; Journal of Northern Studies 2013 no. 2 September)

2012 “At the Permanent-Temporary Divide: How Canada (Re)produces Temporariness and Makes Citizens through its Security, Work, and Settlement Policies.” (with Valerie Preston, Leah Vosko, Deepa Rajkumar, and Laurel Berkowitz) (Citizenship Studies) (April)

2010 “Border Formations: Subjectivity and Security at the Border” (Citizenship Studies) (April)

2008 “What Are We? From a Multicultural to a Multiversal Canada.” International Journal (Spring).

2006 “Knowledge and Governance in the Digital Age: The Politics of Monitoring Planetary Life.” First Monday (September).

2002 “Information Technology and Social Transformation” (Review Essay). International Studies Review, (Spring).

2001 “The Public Relevance of International Security Research in an Era of Globalism.” Co-authored with Martin Malin. International Studies Perspectives (Summer).

2000 “Social Sovereignty.” Theory, Culture & Society (August).

1997 "History, Theory, and International Order: Some Lessons from the Nineteenth Century." Review of International Studies (Fall).

1997 “Globalization and Democratic Provisionism: Re-Reading Polanyi.” New Political Economy (Winter).

1996 "Getting Out From Under: Rethinking Security Beyond Liberalism and the Level-of-Analysis Problem." Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Spring).

1995 "Thinking About Security After the Cold War." International Studies Notes (Fall).

1995 "Liberalism's Order / Liberalism's Other: A Genealogy of Threat." Alternatives. (Winter).

1993 "Democracy and War-Making: Locating the International Liberal Context." Millennium: Journal of International Studies. (Summer).

Other Articles, Chapters, and Selected Reports:
2014 “Temporal Orders, Re-Collective Justice, and the Making of Untimely States.” For my co-edited volume, Liberating Temporariness (Queens-MacGill University Press)

2013 “Migration and Institutional Innovation at the Edge of the State” Tikkun Magazine (August)

2009 “After Multiculturalism: Canada and its Multiversal Future” Canada Watch Fall

2009 “A Tale of Two Obamas” Canada Watch Feb/March

2005 “The Politics of Open Source Adoption.” Co-edited report with Joe Karaganis. www.ssrc.org (“Introduction” co-written with J. Karaganis, 7 pps. / entire Report

2005 “Networks, Information, and the Rise of the Global Internet.” Research chapter for edited volume, Digital Formations: Information Technology and New Architectures in the Global Relations, co-edited by Latham and Saskia Sassen ( Princeton University Press).

2002 “Mapping Global/Local Spaces.” In Yale Ferguson and R.J. Barry Jones (eds.), Political Space: The New Frontier of Global Politics. SUNY Press.

2001 “Identifying the Contours of Transboundary Political Life.” In Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa, ed. Callaghy, Kassimir, and Latham (Cambridge University Press)

2001 “Liberalism and War.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

2000 “The Politics and History of Responsibility across Boundaries.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs (Summer/Fall).

2000 “Cooperation and Community in Europe: What the Marshall Plan Proposed, NATO Disposed.” In Martin Schain (ed.), The Marshall Plan Fifty Years On. Macmillan.

2000 “Globalization and the Transformation of Economic Rights.” In Barry K. Gills (ed.), Globalization and the Politics of Resistance. Palgrave.

1999 “Politics in a Floating World: Toward a Critique of Global Governance.” In Martin Hewson and Timothy Sinclair (eds.), Approaches to Global Governance Theory. SUNY Press.

1995 "Knowledge and Security in the Post-Cold War World.” Items. (Summer/Fall, Vol. 49, Nos. 2-3).

1994 "Moments of Transformation: Security Studies and the SSRC-MacArthur Foundation Program on International Peace and Security on the Eve of its Tenth Aniversary." Items. (March, Vol. 48, No. 1).

James Laxer

Title: Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Equity Studies
Office Location: 404 Atkinson College
Email: jlaxer@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66462

David Leyton–Brown

Title: Professor, Master of McLaughlin College
(On Administrative Leave)
Academic History: B.A. (McGill University), M.A. (Harvard University), Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 224 McLaughlin College
Email: dlbrown@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77083

Research Interests:
International political economy, Foreign policy analysis (Canadian foreign policy, U.S. foreign policy), Canadian–American relations, The international peacekeeping, Canadian–American trade and defence relations, Higher Education policy, Academic Quality Assurance.

Carla Lipsig–Mumme

Title: Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (Universite de Montreal)
Department Affiliation: Work and Labour Studies,  Glendon, Graduate programmes
of Department of Politics, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Osgoode, Sociology,
Social and Political Thought.
Office Location: 761A South Ross Building
Email: carlalm@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33751

Research Interests:
Work, labour and climate change; comparative political economy of trade unionism
(Canada, Australia, US, EU); Quebec  and Canadian labour movements; the
globalisation of labour; precarious employment and labour migration; global
forms of social and economic vulnerabilit;, the future of work.

Rodney Loeppky (Sabbatical July 1st 2017-June 30th 2018)

Rodney Leoppky headshotTitle: Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Calgary), M.A. (Carleton University), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 631 South Ross Building
Email: rloeppky@yorku.ca
Website:
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30085

Research Interests:
Political economy of biomedical innovation and advanced industrial development strategies, Advanced industrial social policies, US domestic and foreign policies. Teaching: Global Politics of Health, Politics of Innovation and Knowledge Production, International Relations/International Political Economy, U.S. Foreign Policy.

Willem Maas

photo of Willem MaasTitle: Associate Professor and Jean Monnet Chair,
Academic History: B.A. (British Columbia); Cert. (Laval); M.A. (Leiden); M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. (Yale)
Department Affiliation: Department Chair, Political Science, Glendon
Office Location: 7th Floor Kaneff Tower/352 York Hall, Glendon
Email: maas@yorku.ca
Website: : http://www.yorku.ca/maas/
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88326

Research Interests:
Citizenship and nationality, migration, comparative politics, European integration, sovereignty, geopolitics and borders, nationalism, minorities, multiculturalism, state formation and disintegration, democratic theory, human rights, federalism and intergovernmental relations

Teaching:
GS POLS 6655 Theories and Institutions of European Integration

Publications/Projects:
Current SSHRC Insight project "A Political History of Canadian Citizenship and Nationality Law and Policy." http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/research/professor-willem-maas-receives-grant-to-study-canadian-citizenship-and-nationality
Sixty-Five Years of European Governance, co-ed, special issue of the Journal of Contemporary European Research (2016).
Multilevel Citizenship, ed., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
Democratic Citizenship and the Free Movement of People, ed., Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2013.
Creating European Citizens, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.

Robert MacDermid

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Carlton University), M.A. (University of Essex), Ph.D. (University of British Columbia)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: N811 Ross Building
Email: rmacd@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77298

Research Interests:
Voting behaviour in Canada with an emphasis on political parties, Election campaigns, Campaign advertising, The concepts and methodologies used in election studies, Public administration and democratic administration. Teaching Areas: Canadian Government and Politics, Democratic Administration, Contemporary Political Analysis.

Rhys Machold

photo of Rhys MacholdTitle: Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A.Sc. (McMaster University), MSc. (London School of Economics and Political Science), Ph.D. (Wilfrid Laurier University, Balsillie School of International Affairs)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S662 Ross Building
Email:
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33891

Research Interests:
Urban security, counter-terrorism, homeland security, policing, security industries, policy mobilities, critical security studies, settler colonialism, ethnographic methods, India, Israel/Palestine.

Projects/Publications:
Machold, R. 2017. “Militarizing Mumbai? The ‘politics’ of response”, Contexto Internacional: Journal of Global Connections 39(3) Sep/Dec. doi: 10.1590/S0102-8529.2016380200004

Machold, R. 2016. “Learning from Israel? ‘26/11’ and the anti-politics of urban security governance”. Security Dialogue 47(4) 275-291. 2016. doi: 10.1177/09670106166450

Machold, R.  2015. “Mobility and the Model: policy mobility and the becoming of Israeli homeland security dominance”, Environment and Planning A 47(4), 816-832. doi: 10.1068/a140010p

Machold, R. 2015. “Re-enacting Israel’s counter-terror omnipotence: an opening”, antipodefoundation.org
https://antipodefoundation.org/2015/02/19/reenacting-israels-counterterror-omnipotence/

Heather MacRae

Prof. Heather MacRae headshotTitle: Assistant Professor  Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration - MA Cordinator
Academic History:
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location:  S636  Ross Building
Email: hmacrae@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33964Research Interests:
European integration; gender politics; German politics; women in the welfare state; comparative gender policy.Projects/Publications:
Special Issue in EIoP (co-edited and co-authored with Elaine Weiner) "The persistent Invisibility of Gender in EU Policy"Gendering European Integration Theory (co-edited with Gabriele Ables, University of Tübingen)

Edelgard Mahant

Title: Senior Scholar
Academic History: B.A. (University of British Columbia), M.A. (University of Toronto), Ph.D. (London School of Economics)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 359 York Hall, Glendon
Email: mahant@glendon.yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88599

Research Interests:
European integration, comparative foreign policy, comparative regional integration including NAFTA.

Terry Maley

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: MA – Social and Political Thought (York); PhD – Political Science (Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 652 South Ross Building
Email: maley@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 44523

Research Interests:
Radical democracy/democratic thought, History of Political Thought and Modern and contemporary political theory, continental thought, Critical theory, 20th Century Marxism, state theory and the modern state, Marx, Max Weber, Sheldon Wolin. Global and Canadian political economy, fiscal politics and participatory budgeting, neoliberalism and citizenship.

Teaching:
His research interests lie in the areas of modern political/democratic theory; History of Political Thought and Canadian political economy and public policy in a global context, public sector budgeting and alternative, community–based budget processes.

GS POLS 5055 The idea of Democracy and GS POLS 6070 The Critical Theory of the Frankfurt School and Benjamin

Projects/Publications:
Democracy and the Political in Max Weber’s Thought, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) 2011

“Participatory Budgeting and the Radical Imagination: In Europe but not in Canada?”, Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture and Action , v. 4, n. 2, fall, 2010, pp. 1–35.

“Max Weber and the Iron Cage of Technology”, Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, v. 24, n. 1, Feb., 2004, pp. 69–87.
Editor, (with Asher Horowitz), The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and the Twilight of Enlightenment, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994).

"The Politics of Time: Subjectivity and Modernity in Max Weber", in Asher Horowitz and Terry Maley, eds. The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and the Twilight of Enlightenment, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994) pp. 139-168.

"Introduction", (co–authored with Asher Horowitz) to The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and the Twilight of Enlightenment, Asher Horowitz and Terry Maley, eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994) pp. 1–18.

"Culture, Pathology and the Self in Max Weber", Jerome Braun, ed. Social Pathologies in Cross Cultural Perspective, (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1995).

"Space out of Time: 'Schizophrenia' and the Cultural Logic of Modernity in Max Weber's Thought", Jerome Braun, ed. Psychological Aspects of Modernity, (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1993).

 

David McNally (Sabbatical - July 1st 2017-June 30th 2018)

David McNally headshotTitle: Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (York)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S637 Ross Building
Email: dmcnally@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88835

Research Interests:
Globalization and global justice movements; concepts of freedom and democracy in political thought; radical theories of language and culture; Marxism, feminism and anti–racism; radical political economy.

Kenneth McRoberts

Title: Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of California), M.A. (University of Chicago), Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 220 York Hall, Glendon
Email: kmcrob@yorku.ca
Phone: 416–487–6727

Research Interests:
Political economy, Comparative constitutional issues and language policy, Ethnonationalist and regional movements. Teaching: Federalism in Canada, Canadian Government and Politics.

Haideh Moghissi

Haideh Moghissi headshotTitle: Professor Emerita
Academic History: B.A. (Tehran University), M.A. (Queen's University), Ph.D. (Queen's University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Equity Studies
Office Location: 330 Atkinson Building
Email: moghissi@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 20842

Research Interests:
Middle East Politics and Culture, Islam and Gender, Human Rights, Diaspora studies, ethnicity and immigration, Race relations and policies.

Esteve Morera (Sabbatical July 1st 2017-June 30th 2018)

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (York University), M.A. (University of Toronto), Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Philosophy
Office Location: S419 Ross Building
Email: morera@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77591

Research Interests:
Social and political philosophy, The philosophy of history, Marxism, The thought of Antonio Gramsci.

Ananya Mukherjee–Reed

Title: Professor /Dean of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Academic History: Ph.D. (Southern California)
Department Affiliation: Department of Political Science
Office Location: S900 Ross Building
Email: ananya@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Secondary Page
International Secretariat for Human Development
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55220 or 33743

Research Interests:
Corporate Governance; Knowledge; Information and Development; Regionalisation; Geographic: South Asia. Teaching: Economic and Human Development; Critical Political Economy; critical and non–Eurocentric approaches to comparative politics.

Projects/Publications:
Human Development and Social Power: Perspectives from South Asia, (New York and London: Routledge), 2008.
(edited) Corporate Capitalism in Contemporary South Asia, (Basingstoke and New York: Macmillan–Palgrave)
Perspectives on India's Corporate Economy: Exploring the Paradox of Profits, International Political Economy Series (Basingstoke and New York: Macmillan–Palgrave)
Corporate Capitalism in Contemporary South Asia, Guest Editor for Special thematic issue of the journal Contemporary South Asia, July 2000 (Volume 9:2)
Current Research Projects:

  • Millennium Development Research Grant: Developing Sustainable Value Chains for alternative development;
  • Constructing a North–South Knowledge Community for Development Research and Practice;
  • Development in the Aftermath of the Global Crisis;
  • Canada–Latin America Knowledge Partnership Phase II;
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Societal Control;
  • Grassroots Networks and Women's struggle against poverty;
  • A Community–University Research Alliance for Southern Ontario's Social Economy;
  • Universitas Network;
  • Gender Perspectives from the Global South;
  • Universitas: Education and Training for Decent Work, Human Development and International Co–operation;
  • Fighting Urban Poverty Central America;
  • Linkages between Human Security and Human Development in South Asia;
  • Corporate Governance, Economic Reform and Development: The Case of India;
  • Economic Policy, Displacement and Development Ethics: An Indo–Canadian Dislogue Project;

Karen Bridget Murray

photo of professor Karen MurrayTitle: Associate Professor / Coordinator – Graduate Diploma in Democratic Administration (On Leave July 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016)
Academic History: B.A. (Toronto), M.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (British Columbia)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S629 Ross Building
Email: murrayk@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30087

Research Interests:
Canadian government and politics; comparative governmentalities of urban poverty; street-level political analysis; and social theory and public policy. Karen Bridget Murray taught for five years at the University of New Brunswick. She researches and teaches in the areas of Canadian politics, globalization and urban governance, and women and politics. She is a member of the editorial boards of Global Discourse and BC Studies. She is currently examining emergent forms of power and politics in urban contexts, with a major focus on issues relating to poverty, gender, and race.

David Mutimer

David Mutimer headshotTitle: Professor / Chair, Department of         Politics
Academic History: B.A. (Western University), M.A. (York University), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Political Science
Office Location: S669 Ross Building
Email: polschr@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33197

Research Interests:
Issues of contemporary international security through lenses provided by critical social theory; the reproduction of security in and through popular culture; weapons proliferation as a reconfigured security concern in the post–cold war era; alternative means of thinking about the security problems related to arms in general; the politics of the global war on terror, and of the regional wars around the world presently being fought by Canada and its allies.

Projects/Publications:
Neil Cooper and David Mutimer, eds. Reconceptualising Arms Control: Controlling the Means of Violence (London: Routledge, 2011)

David Mutimer and Neil Cooper, eds., ‘Arms Control for the 21st Century’ special issue of Contemporary Security Policy 23 (1) 2011.

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2004 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2003 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2002 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2001 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2000 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006).

Contributing Editor, Small Arms Survey 2005: Weapons at War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 1999 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005).

Contributing Editor, Space Security 2003 (Washington: The Eisenhower Institute, 2004).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 1998 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 1997 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003).

Editor, Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 1996 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002).

The Weapon State: Proliferation and the Framing of Security (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000).

Editor, Control But Verify: Verification and the New Non-Proliferation Agenda, (Toronto: YCISS, 1994).

Gerard Naddaf

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. Paris IV: Sorbonne
Department Affiliation: Philosophy, Department of Politics
Office Location: 443 South Ross Building
Email: naddaf@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77594

Research Interests:
Ancient Greek philosophy with a focus on the origins, the Presocratics, Plato, myth, nature, theology, the socio–political factors behind the development of philosophy.

Stephen L. Newman

Stephan Newman headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Rochester), M.A. (Cornell University), Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S659 Ross Building
Email: snewman@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Secondary Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33869

Research Interests:
History of Political Thought; Political Theory; American Constitutional Law and Legal Theory; American Politics; Teaching Areas: Political Theory Advanced Topics in U.S. Politics.

Projects/Publications:
Constitutional Politics in Canada and the United States, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2004, pp. vii, 282.

Liberalism at Wits’ End: The Libertarian Revolt Against the Modern State, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1984, pp. 184.

Janice Newton

Title: Associate Professor / College Academic Life Coordinator, Vanier College
Academic History: B.A. (McMaster University), M.A. (York University), Ph.D. (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 259 Vanier College
Email: jnewton@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Secondary Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77380

Research Interests:
Women and Politics, The Canadian Women's Movement, Canadian Public Policy, Democratic Pedagogy.

Graduate Teaching:
Feminist Theory, Feminist Methodology, University Teaching and Learning, Democracy and Education, History of Canadian Political Science.

Jonathan Nitzan

Title: Associate Professor ( On Sabbatical July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017)
Academic History: Ph.D. (McGill University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S650 Ross Building
Email: nitzan@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88822

Research Interests:
Critical political economy, Capital and power, Global finance, Capitalism and militarism, Middle East, Israel.

Liisa North

Title: Professor Emerita
Academic History: B.A. (Boston University), M.A. (UC Berkley), Ph.D. (UC Berekley)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 819 Kaneff Tower
Email: lnorth@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66936

Research Interests:
The impact of neo–liberal adjustment policies in the Andes, with a special focus on Ecuador and on grass roots–based economic initiatives in small towns and rural areas; conflicts between communities and Canadian mining companies in various parts of Latin America.

Leo V. Panitch

Leo Panitch headshotTitle: Distinguished Research Professor, Senior, Emeritus
Academic History: Ph.D. (London School of Economics)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S661 Ross Building
Email: lpanitch@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33891

Research Interests:
Comparative political economy, state theory, theories of globalization and imperialism, US empire, socialism and democracy, working class politics, corporatism, Canadian politics, British politics. Canada Research Chair Research Project: Finance, production and empire Books: Global Capitalism and American Empire, Renewing Socialism: Democracy, Strategy and Imagination, Working Class Politics in Crisis, From Consent to Coercion: The Assault on Trade Union Freedoms, The Canadian State: Political Economy and Political Power, Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy, Co–editor, The Socialist Register, annual. Articles in Studies in Political Economy, Labour/Le Travail, New Left Review, Comparative Political Studies, Politics and Society, British Journal.

Viviana Patroni

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 833B North Ross Building
Email: vpatroni@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33572

Research Interests:
Development theory, structural reforms in Latin America, labour legislation reform in Mexico and Argentina, labour responses to neoliberalism in Argentina.

Lisa C. Philipps

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Osgoode Hall Law School
Office Location: 4042 Ignat Kaneff Building,
Email: lphilipps@osgoode.yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55657

Dennis Pilon

Dennis Pilon headshotTitle: Associate Professor/ Undergraduate Program Director
Academic History: B.A. Sociology/History, M.A. History (Simon Fraser), Ph.D. Politics (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S638 Ross Building
Email: dpilon@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88832

Research Interests:
In 2007 he published The Politics of Voting: Reforming Canada’s Electoral System, in 2009 he co–edited (with Michael Howlett and Tracy Summerville) British Columbia Politics and Government, and in 2013 published Wrestling with Democracy: Voting Systems as Politics in the Twentieth Century West.

Teaching:
GS POLS 6130 3.0 The State and Society in Canada
Course Description
This course will explore the intersections of the society and the state in Canada to examine how the multiple inequities produced by capitalism are both politically maintained and challenged. The point will be to highlight how many of the seemingly mundane links between society and the state are in fact highly complex and contested terrains of social control and struggle. A 'critical institutionalist' approach will be developed with attention to a divided Canadian civil society, techniques of public mobilization, debates over the capitalist state, struggles over institutions, and the left's imagined alternatives.

Projects/Publications:
Wrestling with Democracy: Voting Systems as Politics in the Twentieth Century West (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013), 392pp.

Politics and Government in British Columbia, (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2009), co–edited with Michael Howlett and Tracy Summerville, 404pp.

The Politics of Voting: Reforming Canada’s Electoral System, (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2007), 209pp.

Sergei M. Plekhanov

Sergei Plekhanov headshotTitle: Associate Professor (On Leave July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)
Academic History: B.A., M.A. (Moscow State Institute of International Relations), Ph.D. (Institude of USA and Canada, Academy of Sciences of the USSR)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 745 Kaneff Tower
Email: splekhan@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 46013

Research Interests:
Russian and post -Soviet politics, Russian foreign policy, international relations in Eurasia history of the Cold War, nuclear arms control and disarmament.

Teaching:
GS POLS 5280 6.0 Russia in World Affairs

Projects/Publications:
Director, South and Central Asia Project, York Centre for Asian Research

“Conflict and Cooperation: The Logic of US-Russian Relations since the First World War”. Monograph, work in progress

“Russia and the West: Integration and Tensions”, in: J.L. Black (ed.) Russia after 2012. From Putin to Medvedev to Putin: Continuity, Change, or Revolution? Routledge, 2013

“Russia – A Resurgent Power?”, in: J.L. Black and Michael Johns (ed.) From Putin to Medvedev: Continuity or Change? Manotick: Penumbra Press, 2009

“Organized Crime, Business, and the Russian State”, in: Felia Allum, Renate Siebert (ed.) Organized Crime and the Challenge to Democracy. Routledge, 2003

“Market Geopolitics: Continuity and Change in Russian Foreign Policy”, in: Lenard Cohen, Brian Job, Alexander Moens (eds.) Foreign Policy Realignment in the Age of Terror. Toronto: The Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies, 2003

“Civil-Military Relations in Post-Soviet Russia: Rebuilding the “Battle Order”?” (with David Betz), in: Natalie Mychajlyszyn, Harald von Riekhoff (ed.) The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in East-Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Greenwood Publishing, 2003

Co-author and co-editor, with John Logue and John Simmons: Transforming Russian Enterprises: From State Control to Worker Ownership. (Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995

“Political Consciousness of Right Radicalism”, in: Political Consciousness in the USA: Traditions and Modernity. Ed. by Eduard Batalov and Yuri Zamoshkin. (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1984)

“Pravyj ekstremizm i vneshnjaja politika SShA” ("Right-Wing Extremism and US Foreign Policy"). Monograph (Moskva: Mezhdunarodnye otnosheniya Publishers, 1986, in Russian)

Ann Porter

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. ( Queen's University), M.A. (York University), Ph.D.(York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S651 Ross Building
Email: aporter@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22455

Research Interests:
Welfare state restructuring in Canada and in a comparative perspective, income security, women and public policy, feminism and political economy. Current research examines the implications of globalization for welfare state restructuring. Teaching: Capitalism and welfare states, feminist political economy, Canadian politics and public policy.

Fahim Quadir

photo of Fahim QuadirTitle: Interim Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Academic History: Ph.D. (Dalhousie)
Department Affiliation: Development Studies, Department of Politics
Office Location: 230 York Lanes
Email: fquadir@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22249

Research Interests:
He specializes in international development, International Relations and international political economy. His current research focuses on aid effectiveness, Southern aid providers (donors), civil society, corporatization of the voluntary sector, good governance, migration and development, trans-border social movements for peace, human security, and human development.

Saeed Rahnema

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: History: MA (Tehran University), MA (Queen’s University), PhD (Queen’s University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, School of Public Policy and Administration, Department of Equity Studies
Office Location: 402 Atkinson Building
Email: srahnema@yorku.ca
Website:
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66624

Research Interests:
Middle East Political Economy, Religious Fundamentalisms, Development Administration, Public Sector Management, Diaspora Studies.

Projects/Publications:
Rahnema, S. (1996). Re–birth of Social Democracy in Iran, Baran Books Verlag, Stockholm.

S. Rahnema. Rebirth of Social Democracy in the Iranian Left Movement, Stockholm: Baran Book Ferlag, 1996.

S. Rahnema. Organization Structure: A Systemic Approach: Cases of the Canadian Public Sector, Toronto: McGraw-Hill/Ryerson,1992.

S. Rahnema. Multinational Corporations and Third World Economies. Tehran: Baharan Publishers, 1979, 1982.

S. Rahnema. Dependency Theories: A Critical Perspective. Tehran: Peyman Publishing Co., 1980.

Darryl Reed

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (USC)
Department Affiliation: Division of Social Science
Office Location: 764 Ross South Ross Building
Email: dreed@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77817

Research Interests:
The social economy, community economic development, fair and ethical trade movements, business-government relations, corporate governance.

 

Ian Roberge

Ian Roberge headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. York, M.A.Concordia, Ph.D. is McMaster
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Glendon
Office Location: 341 York Hall – Glendon
Email: iroberge@glendon.yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88284

Research Interests:
Ian Roberge is the Chair and an Associate Professor in the Glendon Department of Political Science. Professor Roberge's research focuses on public administration and public policy, with a particular emphasis on financial services sector regulation, anti-money laundering and terrorism financing policy, and foresight in public administration.

Karen Robson

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 141E North Ross Building,
Email: klrobson@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33165

Stephanie Ross

Stephanie Ross headshotTitle: Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Carleton University), M.A. (Carleton University), Ph.D (York University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics, Work and Labour Studies Programme, Department of Social Science,
Office Location: 759A South Ross Building
Email: stephr@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77386

Research Interests:
Union Democracy, Union Renewal, Public Sector Unionism, Canadian Labour Movement, Working Class Politics, Global Justice Movements, Anti–Poverty Organizing, Social Movement Theory.

John Saul

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: M.A. (Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 623B South Ross Building
Email: johnsaul@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext.55265

Research Interests:
Professor Saul has taught at York (at both Atkinson College and the Faculty of Arts) since the early seventies as well as, for a decade overall, in Africa (Tanzania, Mozambique and South Africa); he is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He has written and edited some seventeen books on development theory and on African political developments (including Socialism in Tanzania; Essays on the Political Economy of Africa; The Crisis in South Africa; A Difficult Road (on Mozambique); Namibia’s Liberation Struggle; and, most recently, The Next Liberation Struggle (2005); Development After Globalization (2006); and Decolonization and Empire (2007). Professor Saul was a founding member in the early seventies of the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC) and for twenty–five years a member of the editorial working groups of both This Magazine and Southern Africa Report. He is presently working on an extended study, The Thirty Years.

Richard Saunders

Richard Saunders headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (St. Francis Xavier University), M.A. (Queen's University), Ph.D. (Carleton University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S639 Ross Building
Email: rsaunder@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88834

Research Interests:
Southern African politics, Political economy of development, Civil society, social and economic rights, and democratisation in the "Global South", African labour movements and resistance to globalisation, Media, politics and democracy in Africa."resource nationalism and the political economy of contemporary 'developmental states'".

Nicola Short

Title: Associate Professor ( On Sabbatical July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017)
Academic History: B.A. (Georgetown University), M.A. (University of Bradford), Ph.D. (London School of Economics)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S640 Ross Building
Email: ncshort@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 88816

Research Interests:
International Relations, International Political Economy, sociological and cultural dimensions of IPE, post–conflict reconstruction, the Guatemalan peace process. Teaching: Global Politics, Peace Research, MA research colloquium, Multilateralism II: The Political Economy of International Organization, Political Economy, Political Power.

David Shugarman

Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic History: B.A. (University of Alberta), M.A. (University of Toronto), Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: dshugar@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Research Interests:
Political philosophy, and history of western political thought: with special emphasis on political ethics, contemporary political theory, studies of ideology, rationality and politics, theories of democracy, the nature of social change, Philosophy of social science: concepts of rationality, Canadian politics: public policy, studies of protest parties and movements, the nature of socialism in Canada, political culture and ideology.

Harvey Simmons

Title: Professor Emeritus
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 672 South Ross Building
Email: hsimmons@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 55265

Jakeet Singh

photo of Jakeet SinghTitle: Assistant Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 637 South Ross Building
Email: jsingh3@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30013

Research Interests:
Decolonial and Postcolonial Thought; Intersectionality and Feminist Thought; Social Justice and Anti-Oppression; Politics of Race, Culture, Religion; Indigenous Politics and Settler Colonialism; Violence and Nonviolence; Critical Theory and Radical Democracy

Publications/Projects:
Freedom and Democracy in an Imperial Context: Dialogues with James Tully, eds. Robert Nichols and Jakeet Singh. Routledge, 2014.

“Religious Agency and the Limits of Intersectionality.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 30(4): 657-674. 2015.

“Radical Democracy in Global Perspective: Notes from the Pluriverse.”  Co-authored with Janet Conway.  Third World Quarterly. 32(4): 689-706. 2011.

“Is the World Social Forum a Transnational Public Sphere?  Nancy Fraser, Critical Theory and the Containment of Radical Possibility.”  Co-authored with Janet Conway.  Theory, Culture & Society. 26(5): 61-84. 2009.

“Recognition and Self-Determination: Approaches from Above and Below” in Recognition versus Self-Determination, eds. Avigail Eisenberg, Jeremy Webber, Andrée Boisselle, and Glen Coulthard. UBC Press, 2014.

Gabrielle Slowey

Prof. Gabrielle Slowey headshotTitle: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (University of Toronto), M.A. (University of New Brunswick), Ph.D. (University of Alberta)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S665 Ross
Email: gaslowey@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22564

Research Interests:
Canadian politics with focus on Indigenous peoples and non-renewable resource development in Canada,  Australia and New Zealand. Areas of research include Indigenous responses to hydraulic fracturing (fracking), oilsands, hydro-electric power;  neoliberalism and globalization; state regulation; energy and the environment; mineral regimes;  public policy; federalism, land claims, self-determination; treaties; and Aboriginal–state relations. Field research sites include NWT, Yukon, Northern Alberta, Northern Quebec, Western Australia and New Zealand. Teaching Areas include: Canadian Democracy in the North American Context, Aboriginal Politics, Arctic Politics, and Indigenous Development in the Fourth World.

Publications/Projects:
I have been working with Indigenous peoples since 1997. Since that time I have travelled to (or worked in/with) the Miqmaq and Malisset communities of New Brunswick, the Mikisew Cree First Nation of Alberta, the James Bay Cree of northern Quebec, the Ngai Tahu and Tainui of New Zealand, the Vuntut Gwitchin of Old Crow Yukon, the Inuvialuit of Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories and the Delaware of Soutwesthern Ontario. My research concentrates on the political economy of resource development, land claims and self–government. My publications reflect my research sites. My approach is very much community–based and community–driven research that draws on broader theoretical concerns.

Bruce Smardon

Bruce Smardon headshotTitle: Associate Professor / College Academic Life Coordinator – McLaughlin College
Academic History:
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 228 McLaughlin College
Email: bsmardon@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30080

Research Interests:
Political economy of Canadian economic development; state–business relations; political economy of technological change; comparative innovative systems.

Projects/Publications:
Two recent articles were published in Studies in Political Economy which provide a reinterpretation of Canadian economic development and centre on the role of Fordism in Canadian industrialization. A book on the political economy of federal R&D and innovation policy is forthcoming from McGill–Queen's Press.

Dagmar Soennecken

Title: Associate Professor, Graduate Program Director (Master in Public Policy, Administration & Law
Academic History: B.A. Hons. Legal Studies & Political Science (Carleton), M.A., Political Science & Women Studies (Toronto), Ph.D. Political Science (Toronto)
Department Affiliation: School of Public Policy and  & Law and Society Program (Social Science)
Office Location: 136 McLaughlin College
Email: dsoennec@yorku.ca
Website: http://people.laps.yorku.ca/people.nsf/researcherprofile?readform&shortname=dsoennec

Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33408
Research Interests: Politics and government, public policy, comparative law and politics, law and society, migration and citizenship, national security, social movements, gender, First Nations, Canada, Germany, European Union, UK.

Glen Stalker

Title: Associate Professor
Department Affiliation: Department of Politcs
Office Location: 316 Founders College
Email: gstalker@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 66942

Mark Thomas

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Carleton University), M.A. (University of Guelph), Ph.D.
(York University), Postdoctoral Fellowship (McMaster University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Sociology
Office Location: 809 North Ross Building
Email: mpthomas@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 30205

Research Interests:
Political Economy; Economic Sociology; Sociology of Work and Labour; Political
Sociology; Social Policy

Teaching:
SOCI 6665 / SPTH 6383 Sociologies of Global Capitalism

Publications/Projects:
Mark Thomas is the author of Regulating Flexibility: The Political Economy of
Employment Standards (2009, McGill-Queens), co-editor (with N. Pupo) of
Interrogating the New Economy: Restructuring Work in the 21st Century (2010,
University of Toronto Press) and co-editor (with D. Brock and R. Raby) of Power
and Everyday Practices (2012, Nelson). Current areas of research include: the
regulation of transnational labour standards; the enforcement of employment
standards legislation in Canada; and labour movements, austerity, and populism.

Ethel Tungohan

photo of ethel tungohanTitle: Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Hons.)  (University of British Columbia), MSc (London School of Economics), Ph.D. (University of Toronto), Grant Notley Postdoctoral Fellowship (University of Alberta).
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S665 Ross
Email: tungohan@yorku.ca
Website: Profile page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22055

Research Interests:
Social movements, migrant activism, public policy, socially engaged research, intersectionality, Canadian and comparative politics.

 

 

Leah F. Vosko

Leah Vosko headshotTitle: Professor, Canada Research Chair in the Political Economy of Gender and Work
Academic History: B.A. (Trent University), M.A. (Simon Fraser University), Ph.D. (York University), Postdoctoral Fellowship (Rutgers University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 618 Kaneff Tower
Email: lvosko@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 33157

Research Interests:
The Political Economy of Work and Welfare; Comparative Political Economy; Gender and Work; Labour and Social Policy; Women and Politics; The History and Evolution of Feminist Political Economy; Migration, Work and Settlement.

Teaching:
POLS 4406 The Contemporary Politics of Work and Labour; POLS 6775 The Political Economy of Work and Welfare

Projects/Publications:
Leah F. Vosko’s latest book, Managing the Margins: Gender, Citizenship and the International Regulation of Precarious Employment (2010), is published with Oxford University Press, UK and her recent co-edited collection, Liberating Temporariness?: Migration, Work and Citizenship in an Age of Insecurity, published by McGill-Queen’s University Press, appeared in Spring 2014. Professor Vosko’s current research focuses partly on access to labour rights and protections among temporary migrant workers. She is also Principal Investigator of “Closing the Enforcement Gap: Improving Protections for People in Precarious Jobs,” a SSHRC Partnership Project concerned with employment standards enforcement, and three research and teaching databases funded by the Canadian Foundation for Innovation – the Gender and Work Database (GWD), the Comparative Perspectives Database (CPD), and the Global Employment Standards Database (GESD).

Sandra Whitworth

Sandra Whitworth headshotTitle: Associate Dean - Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Academic History: B.A. (York University), M.A. (Carleton University), Ph.D. (Carleton University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: S900 Ross Building
Email: sandraw@yorku.ca
Website: Profile Page
Secondary Page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22650

Research Interests:
Gender and Peacekeeping, International Intervention in Somalia and Cambodia, International Relations Theory, Gender and International Relations.

Teaching:
POLS 2940, Introduction to International Politics; POLS 4245/5245, Gender and International Relations; POLS 4910, Violence and Security; POLS 6240, International Relations Theory

Projects/Publications:
Sandra did her Ph.D at Carleton University in Political Science (1991), and her first book, Feminism and International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan) was published in 1994. That book was translated into Japanese and was published by Fujiwara Shoten Press in 2000. Her most recent book was published in 2004 (Lynne Rienner) and is entitled Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis. She also adapted Joshua Goldstein's textbook International Relations for use in Canadian university and college classrooms. She has written various articles and book chapters on issues such as gender in Canadian foreign policy and human rights and was invited (with co–author Dyan Mazurana) to produce the 2002 United Nations Secretary-General Study Women, Peace and Security. That study won one of the American Library Association's 'Notable Government Documents Awards' for 2002. She recently completed a six year term serving as the home base editor for International Feminist Journal of Politics and is currently developing a number of new projects including one on globalized medical practices and another on sport and masculinity.

H. T. Wilson

Title: Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Tufts University), M.A. (Rutgers University), Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics,  Public Policy, Administration and Law
Office Location: 234 McLaughlin College
Email: htwilson@osgoode.yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77896

Research Interests:
Social and Public Policy, Gender Policy, Innovation, Administrative Discretion, Critical theory of Society, Canadian Public Policy and Law.

Teaching:
PPA and MPPAL Programs; Social and Political Thought

Ted Winslow

Title: Associate Professor
Academic History: Ph.D. (York)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 714 South Ross Building
Email: winslow@yorku.ca
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 77819

Research Interests:
Philosophical and psychological foundations of political economy; the political economy of Marx and Keynes; psychoanalysis and political economy.

Jenny Wustenberg

photo of Jenny WustenbergTitle: DAAD Visiting Assistant Professor
Academic History: B.A. (Hons) (University of Sussex—UK), M.A. (Macquarie University—Sydney, Australia), M.A. (University of Maryland, College Park), Ph.D. (University of Maryland, College Park)
Department Affiliation: Department of Politics
Office Location: 823N Ross
Email: jwustenb@yorku.ca
Website: Profile page
Phone: 416.736.2100 ext. 22398

Research Interests:
The politics of memory, social movements, civil society, political culture, transnational networks, European Union politics, post-war German history, history of the Cold War, qualitative and network research methodology.


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