Our graduate programs in Labour Studies are widely recognized and respected around the world.
We develop scholars who are prepared to contribute to research leadership in the academy, the community, policy arenas and organizations representing working people. As a strong interdisciplinary program, students will enjoy inspiring mentorship from leading scholars in the field and benefit from the close union and community connections of our faculty.
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Dr. Ameil Joseph
Associate Professor, Social Work
Criminological theories, Aging, Social work
Dr. Karen Mcgarry
Associate Professor, Anthropology
Gender, sexuality and education, Social and cultural anthropology
Dr. Kathryn Goldfarb
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology