The following faculty members are currently able to supervise graduate students in the collaborative program. Representative publications are listed.
Abada, Teresa - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 2003, University of Alberta): demography of immigration, immigrant children and youth integration.
- (Forthcoming) Abada Teresa, Hou Feng and Yuqian Lu: Choice or Necessity: Do Immigrants and Their Children Choose Self-Employment for the Same Reasons? Work Employment and Society.
- (Forthcoming) Hou Feng, Abada Teresa and Yuquian Lu. Bosses of Their Own: Are Children of Immigrants More Likely than Their Parents to be Self-Employed?
Adams, Tracey L. - Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 1997, University of Toronto): sociology of work; gender, class & race at work; professions; profession-state relations; historical sociology.
- Adams, Tracey L. (2015). "When 'citizenship is indispensable to the practice of a profession': Citizenship Requirements for Entry to Practice Professions in Canada". Journal of Historical Sociology (early on-line November).
- Adams, Tracey L. (2011). Making a living: workers of African origins in London, Ontario 1861-1901. Labour/Le Travail 67 (Spring): 9-44.
Allahar, Anton - Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 1981, University of Toronto): sociology of economic development, political sociology, ethnic and nationalism studies.
- Allahar, Anton L. ed. 2005. Ethnicity, Class and Nationalism: Caribbean and Extra-Caribbean Dimensions. New York: Lexington Books.
- Allahar, Anton L. 2006. The Social Construction of Primordial Identities. In Identity and Belonging:
Re-thinking Race and Ethnicity in Canadian Society . Pp.31-42. Sean P. Hier and B. Singh Bolaria (eds). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.
Arku, Godwin - Associate Professor, Department of Geography, (PhD 2005, McMaster University): housing trajectories of immigrants in Canada, urban development, economic development, housing and health relationships.
- Arku, G., Kemp, J. & Gilliland, J. 2011 'Analysis of Public Debates on Urban Growth Patterson in London, Ontario' Local Environment 16(2): 147-163.
- Baiden, P., Arku, G. Luginaah, I. & Asiedu, A.B. 2011 'An Assessment of Residents' Housing Satisfaction and Coping' Journal of Public Health 19(1): 29-37.
Ballucci, Dale - Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 2009, University of Alberta): administration of criminal justice, legal regulation of children and youth, sociology of law
- (2017) "Informing Police Response to Intimate Partner Violence: Predictors of Perceived Usefulness of Risk Assessment Screening" (with Mary Ann Campbell, and Gill Carmen) Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology
- (2017) "The Power of Attitude: Police Culture and Attitude in the Understanding Receptivity to Risk Assessment in IPV Calls" (with Carmen Gill and Mary Ann Campbell) Policing: A Journal of Police and Practice 11(3): 242-257.
Bangarth, Stephanie - Associate Professor, Department of History, (PhD 2004, University of Waterloo): East Asian diaspora in North America; Canadian social movements; Canadian immigration and refugee policy; human rights advocacy history in Canada and the United States.
- Bangarth, S. 2014. Citizen Activism, Refugees, and the State: Two Case-Studies in Canadian Immigration History. In Catherine Briggs, ed., Canada Since 1945. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.
- Bangarth, S. 2013. ’Their equality is my equality’: F. Andrew Brewin and Human Rights Activism, 1940s-1970s. Taking Liberties: Historicizing 20th Century Human Rights in the English Speaking World . Don Mills: Oxford University Press.
Baruah, Bipasha - Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Global Women’s Issues, Women’s Studies and Feminist Research, (PhD 2005, York University): women and property ownership, gender and globalization, development-induced displacement, women in non-traditional occupations, women in the green economy.
- Baruah, Bipasha. 2012. Women in Urban Settings. In Beall, J., Guha-Khasnobis, B., and R. Kanbur (eds.). Urbanization and Development in Asia: Multidimensional Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press. 245-267.
- Baruah, Bipasha. 2011. Monitoring gendered outcomes of environmental and development policies. Development in Practice 21(3): 410-415.
Baxter, Jamie - Associate Professor, Department of Geography (PhD 1997, McMaster University): risk perception, community responses to hazards, geography of health, methodology, qualitative methods.
- Baxter, J. 2006. Place impacts of technological hazards: A case study of community conflict as outcome, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 49(3): 337-60.
- Baxter, J. and Eyles, J. 1999. The Utility of In-Depth Interviews for Studying the Meaning of Environmental Risk, Professional Geographer 51(2): 307-20.
Beaujot, Roderic - Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, (PhD 1975, University of Alberta): population of Canada, demography of immigration, immigrant integration, population and development.
- Beaujot, Roderic and Muhammad Munib Raza. 2013. Population and immigration policy. Pp. 129-162 in P. James and M. Kasoff (Editors). Canadian Studies in the New Millennium. Second Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
- Beaujot, Roderic, Ching Du and Zenaida Ravanera. 2013. Family policies in Quebec and the rest of Canada: Implications for fertility, child care, women’s paid work and child development indicators. Canadian Public Policy, 39(2): 221-239 .
Bruhn de Garavito, Joyce - Professor and Chair, Hispanic Studies Program, Modern Languages and Literatures (PhD, McGill): language contact, second language acquisition, the Nahuatl language in contact with Spanish in Mexico.
- Bruhn de Garavito, Joyce, 2009. Eventive and Stative Passives: The Role of Transfer in the Acquisition of ser and estar by German and English L1 Speakers. In Selected Proceedings of the 11th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, Joseph Collentine, Maryellen García, Barbara Lafford, and Francisco Marcos Marín, eds., 27-38. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
- Bruhn de Garavito, Joyce and E. Valenzuela, 2008. Eventive and stative passives in Spanish L2 acquisition: a matter of aspect. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Special Issue.
P. Guijarro-Fuentes and K. Geeslin, eds. 11(3):323-336.
Buzzelli, Michael - Associate Professor, Department of Geography. Director of Education and Associate Executive Director, Canadian Policy Network, (PhD 2001, McMaster University): urban planning, housing, environment and health, health hazard exposure analysis, socioeconomic determinants of health, geographic information systems (GIS).
- Buzzelli, M. 2008. The political ecology of scale in urban air pollution monitoring. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33(4): 502-517.
- Buzzelli, M. 2007. Bourdieu Does Environmental Justice? Probing the Linkages Between Population Health and Air Pollution Epidemiology. Health & Place 13: 3-13.
Choi, Kate - Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology. (PhD 2010, University of California - Los Angeles); family demography, international migration, social stratification, and quantitative methodology.
- Choi, K. and R. Mare. 2012. “International Migration and Educational Assortative Mating.” Demography 49(2): 449-476.
- Choi, K., M. Tienda, D. Cobb-Clark, and M. Sinning. 2012. “Immigration and Status Exchange in Australia and the United States.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30(1): 49-62.
Clark, Kim - Professor, Department of Anthropology. (PhD 1993, New School for Social Research): anthropology of the state; historical construction of gender, class, race, ethnicity and nation in Ecuador; Indigenous-state relations in Latin America.
- Clark, A. Kim and Marc Becker, eds. 2007. Highland Indians and the State in Modern Ecuador. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
- Clark, A. Kim. 2012. Gender, State and Medicine in Highland Ecuador: Modernizing Women, Modernizing the State, 1895-1950. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Cleveland, Mark - Associate Professor, DAN Management and Organizational Studies. (PhD 2006, Concordia University): cross-cultural consumer behavior, culture in consumption, globalization and culture, ethnic identity and acculturation, cosmopolitanism, ethnicity and materialism, culture values, culture and decision-making, gift-giving.
- Mark Cleveland, Seçil Erdoğan, Gülay Arikan, & Tuğça Poyraz (2011). Cosmopolitanism, Individual-Level Values and Cultural-Level Values: A Cross-Cultural Study, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 64, No. 9, 934-943.
- Mark Cleveland, Nicolas Papadopoulos & Michel Laroche (2011). Identity, Demographics, and Consumer Behaviours: International Market Segmentation Across Product Categories, International Marketing Review, Vol. 28, No. 3, 244-266.
Darnell, Regna - Professor, Department of Anthropology (PhD 1969, University of Pennsylvania): First Nations nomads in relation to self-government and the Canadian nation-state; Canadian identity and ethnic identity; Indigenous peoples.
- Darnell, Regna. 2004. Persistence of nomadic habits in urban-rural migration: towards a qualitative demography. Proceedings of the 35 th Algonquian Conference , 75-89.
- Darnell, Regna. 1998. Rethinking band and tribe, community and nation: an accordion model of nomadic Native North American social organization. Proceedings of the 29 th Algonquian Conference, 90-105.
Dyczok, Marta - Associate Professor, Departments of Political Science and History (DPhil 1995, University of Oxford): international politics and history; Eastern Europe; media; migration; post-communism.
- Dyczok, Marta and Oxana Gaman-Golutvina. 2009. Media, Democracy and Freedom. The Post Communist Experience. Bern: Peter Lang, 2009.
- Dyczok, Marta, 2009. Ukraine’s Changing Communicative Space: Destination Europe or the Soviet Past? in Larissa M. L. Zaleska Onyshkevych and Maria G. Rewakowicz (eds.) Contemporary Ukraine and Its European Cultural Identity.New York: M. E. Sharpe, 375-394.
Esses, Victoria - Professor, Department of Psychology (PhD 1986, University of Toronto): immigration and refugee policy and practice; settlement and integration policy and practice; attitudes toward immigrants, refugees, and cultural diversity; national identity and its influence on social inclusion, intergroup relations, and belonging; promoting welcoming communities across Canada; diversity in the workplace.
- Esses, V.M., & Abelson, D.E. (Eds.), in press. Taking stock of a turbulent period and looking ahead: Immigration to North America in the early years of the 21 st century . Montreal: McGill-Queens.
- Esses, V.M., Bennett-AbuAyyash, C., & Lapshina, N. 2014. How discrimination against ethnic and religious minorities contributes to the underutilization of immigrants’ skills. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 55-62.
- Esses, V.M., Medianu, S., & Lawson, A.S. 2013. Uncertainty, threat, and the role of the media in promoting the dehumanization of immigrants and refugees. Journal of Social Issues, 69, 518-536.
Farah, Randa - Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology (PhD 1999, University of Toronto): Refugees, displacement, conflict, memory/history, identity, nations and nationalism, gender, children, humanitarian aid.
- Farah, Randa. 2011. “Knowledge in the Service of the Cause": Education and the Sahrawi Struggle for Self-determination”, Refuge, 27:1, pp. 30-41.
- Farah, Randa. 2010. UNRWA: Through the Eyes of its Refugee Employees in Jordan, Refugee Survey Quarterly , 28:2-3, pp. 389-411.
Flath, James - Associate Professor, Department of History, (PhD 2000, University of British Columbia): Cultural and social history of North China including studies of folk art, the cultural significance of the Chinese home and temple festivals; development of ‘public history’ in China as seen through monuments and museums. Current project on the architectural and cultural history of the Confucius Temple (Kongmiao) in Qufu, Shandong.
- Flath, James. 2004. The Cult of Happiness: Nianhua, Art and History in Rural North China (UBC Press).
- Flath, James. 2004. The Chinese Railroad View: Transportation Themes in Popular Print, 1873-1915. In Cultural Critique 58:3.
Gilliland, Jason - Professor, Department of Geography, (Phd in Geography from McGill University 2002), Director, Urban Development Program, Cross Appointment with School of Health Studies and the Department of Paediatrics: Architecture, urban planning, and human geography.
- Sarma, S., Devlin, R.A., Gilliland, J., Campbell, M.K. and Zaric, G. 2014. 'The Effect of leisure-time physical activity on obesity, diabetes, high BP and heart disease among Canadians: Evidence from 2000/01 to 2005/06.' Health Economics.
- Sarma, S., Zaric, G., Campbell, M.K., and Gilliland, J. 2014. 'The Effect of Physical Activity on Adult Obesity: Evidence from the Canadian NPHS Panel.' Economics and Human Biology. 14: 1-21.
Granadillo, Tania - Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, (PhD University of Arizona): endangered languages; language ideologies; language shift, maintenance and revitalization; language documentation and description; Venezuelan Amazon.
- Granadillo, Tania and Heidi Orcutt-Gachiri (Eds).(2011) Ethnographic contributions to the study of Endangered Languages. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
- Granadillo, Tania (2011) ”Kurripako and Its Speakers in Venezuela: A Linguistic Anthropological Analysis of Language Endangerment” In Granadillo, Tania and Heidi Orcutt-Gachiri (Eds). Ethnographic contributions to the study of Endangered Languages. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 134-146.
Halpern, Monda - Associate Professor, Department of History (PhD 1997, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario): social history of Jewish immigrants in the United States and Canada (1880-1950), issues of Jewish identity.
- Halpern, Monda. 2015. Alice in Shandehland: Scandal and Scorn in the Edelson/Horwitz Murder Case . Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
- Halpern, Monda. 2015. “Are you people Jewish?”: The Mistaken Identity of Mary Rosenblatt in the 1952 Harry Lee Murder Case." Canadian Jewish Studies, 23: 68-91.
- Halpern, Monda and Sonia Halpern 2008. JAP - Jewish And Passed-over: The Invisibility of Single Jewish Women in Issues of Intermarriage and Conversion. Women in Judaism: A Multidiscip lina ry Journal. Spring.
Hopkins, Jeff - Associate Professor, Department of Geography, (PhD 1992, McGill University): Cultural conflicts of ethnic identities in space and place, representation and practices of ethnic identities in landscapes.
- Hopkins, Jeff, and Gloria Leckie. 2002. The public place of central libraries: Findings from Toronto and Vancouver. Library Quarterly, 72 (3), 326-374.
- Hopkins, J. 2000. Signs of masculinism in an ‘uneasy’ place: advertising for ‘Big Brothers’. Gender, Place and Culture, 7 (1), 31-55.
Jorgensen, Dan - Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology (PhD 1981, University of British Columbia): provincial boundaries, the demarcation of mining impact zones and ethnic identities in Papua New Guinea; the position of local identities in an imagined global geography; mobility and new information and communications technologies.
- Jorgensen, Dan. 2005. Third Wave evangelism and the politics of the global in Papua New Guinea: spiritual warfare and the recreation of place in Telefolmin. Oceania 75(4):444-461.
- Jorgensen, Dan. 2007. Clan-finding and clan-making: legibility and the politics of identity in a Papua New Guinea mining project. In: Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Indigenous Australia and Papua New Guinea, James Weiner and Katie Glaskin, eds., pp. 57-72. Canberra: Asia-Pacific Environment Monographs, ANU E-Press.
Larkin, Sherrie N - Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology (PhD 1998, McMaster University). Temporary labour migration, migration and international development, Caribbean.
Lawson, Erica - Assistant Professor, Women's Studies and Feminist Research. The production of sexual knowledge in Black women’s lives; Black feminist studies, anti-racism studies and African-centered schooling. Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World.
- Asgharzadeh, A., Lawson, E., Oka, K., and Wahab, A. (Eds.), Diasporic Ruptures: Globality, Migrancy, and Expressions of Identity, Vol. 1., Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2007.
- Wane, N.N., Deliovsky, K., and Lawson, E. (Eds.), /Back to the Drawing Board: African-Canadian Feminisms/. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2002.
Lehmann, Wolfgang - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology. Work, education, and social inequality.
- Lehmann, Wolfgang. 2007. Choosing to Labour? School-Work Transitions and Social Class. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.
- Lehmann, Wolfgang and Graham S. Lowe. 2009. Labour Markets, Inequality, and the Future of Work. In Ed Grabb and Neil Guppy (eds.) Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems, Policy. Fifth edition, pp. 133-149. Toronto: Pearson.
Levine, Charles G. - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD, University of Alberta). Social psychology, ego development, critical theory and the history of sociological theory.
- 2005. “What happened to agency? Some observations concerning the postmodern perspective on identity” Identity: an International Journal of Theory and Research5(2): 175-186.
- 2003. “Introduction: structure, development, and identity formation” Identity: an International Journal of Theory and Research 3(3): 191-195.
Lozanski, Kristin - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, King`s University College (PhD 2008, University of Alberta): globalization and (im)mobilities, transnational reporductionésurrogacy, travel/tourism, colonialism, gender and racialization.
- Lozanski, Kristin. 2013. Encountering Beggars, Disorienting Travelers. Annals of Tourism Research, 42: 46-64.
- Lozanski, Kristin. 2011. Independent Travel: Colonialism, Liberalism & the Self. Critical Sociology, 37(4): 465-482.
Luginaah, Isaac - Associate Professor, Department of Geography, (PhD 2001, McMaster University): population health, environment, migration and health.
- Luginaah, I., Elkins, D., Maticka Tyndale, E., Landry, T. and Muthui, M. 2005.Challenges of a Pandemic: HIV/AIDS Related Problems Affecting Kenyan Widows. Social Science and Medicine, 60: 1219-1228.
- Luginaah, I., Yiridoe, E. and Taabazuing, M. 2005. From Mandatory Testing to Voluntary Testing: Balancing Human Rights, Religious and Cultural Values, and HIV/AIDS Prevention in Ghana. Social Science and Medicine. 61: 1689-1700.
Margolis, Rachel - Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 2011, University of Pennsylvania): demography, families, population health, aging
- Margolis, Rachel (2016). The Changing Demography of Grandparenthood. Journal of Marriage and Family.
- Margolis, Rachel and Mikko Myrskyla. (2015). Parental well-being surrounding first birth as a determinant of further parity progression. Demography 52(4): 1147-66.
Miller, James - Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Graduate Chair of Comparative Literature, and Director of the Pride Library (PhD University of Toronto): medieval and renaissance poetry, cosmopoetics, gay studies, Italian literature
Nathans, Eli - Associate Professor, Department of History (PhD 2001, Johns Hopkins University): citizenship and naturalization policies.
- Nathans, Eli. 2004. The Politics of Citizenship in Germany: Ethnicity, Utility and Nationalism.
Olson, James - Professor, Department of Psychology (PhD 1980, University of Waterloo): social psychology of justice, attitudes and persuasion, social cognition.
- Olson, J. M., Hafer, C. L., Cheung, I., & Conway, P. 2010. Deservingness, the scope of justice, and actions toward others. In D. R. Bobocel, A. C. Kay, M. P. Zanna, & J. M. Olson (Eds.), The psychology of justice and legitimacy: The Ontario symposium (Vol. 11, pp. 125-149). New York: Psychology Press.
- Olson, J. M., Goffin, R. D., & Haynes, G. A. 2007. Relative versus absolute measures of attitudes: Implications for predicting diverse attitude-relevant criteria. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93, 907-925.
Pearson, Wendy G. - Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research, Chair, Women’s Studies and Feminist Research (PhD 2004, University of Wollongong): Gender and sexuality studies, including queer theory, feminist theory and critical race theory; Cultural studies; Indigenous film and media; contemporary queer Canadian culture, including Canadian cinema, Canadian popular culture, and Canadian literature; science fiction and sf history, theory and criticism
- Pearson, Wendy, Joan Gordon and Veronica Hollinger, eds. Queer Universes: Sexualities in Science Fiction. Liverpool UP, 2008. Issued in paperback, October 2010.
- Pearson, Wendy and Susan Knabe. Zero Patience. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2011.
Pennesi, Karen - Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology (PhD 2007, University of Arizona): language and identity issues with diversity of personal names in Canada, immigrant integration, performance of social identities, cross-cultural understandings of environment.
- Pennesi, Karen. 2016. “They can learn to say my name”: Redistributing Responsibility for Integrating Immigrants to Canada. Anthropologica 58(1).
- Pennesi, Karen. 2014. Reading and Righting the Names at a Convocation Ceremony: Ideological Influences on Name Usage in an Institutional Interaction. Names: A Journal of Onomastics 62(1):37-48.
Quinn, Joanna – Associate Professor, Department of Political Science (PhD 2003, McMaster University): transitional justice, acknowledgement, post-conflict reconstruction, reconciliation.
- Joanna R. Quinn, “The impact of internal conflict on customary institutions and law: the case of Uganda,” Journal of African Law, 58.1 (March 2015): 220-236.
- Joanna R. Quinn, “Cultivating Sympathy and Reconciliation: The Importance of Sympathetic Response in the Uptake of Transitional Justice,” in Non-Indigenous People and the Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation, eds. Tom Clark, Ravi de Costa, Sarah Maddison (New York: Springer, 2016), forthcoming.
Robin, Alena - Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Graduate Chair, Hispanic Studies (PhD Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico): Latin American Art: Baroque, Nineteenth, and Twentieth centuries, Latin American Art in Canada, Theories of Art and Artistic Literature in Spain and Latin America, Historiography of Viceregal Painting in New Spain
- “Voices from the Archives. The Painter's Profession in Mexico City in 1735: Phelipe Chacón, José de Ibarra and Nicolás Enríquez in the Royal Mint,” Agents of Space: Eighteenth-Century Art, Architecture and Visual Culture, ed. Christina Smylitopoulos, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, pp. 174-191. ISBN: 978-1-4438-8883-7.
- “A Nazarene in the Nude: Questions of Representation in Devotional Images of New Spain,” thematic issue on “Living Images”, Horti Hesperidum, studi di storia del collezionismo e della storiografia artistic, V, I 1, 2015, pp. 201-237. http://issuu.com/horti-hesperidum/docs/26.a.robin/50?e=2595352/32227327
Rothstein, Mitch - Professor and Director, DAN Management and Organizational Studies (PhD 1983, University of Western Ontario): career development of immigrants, leadership development, personnel selection, personality-job performance relations.
- Goffin, R.D., Rothstein, M.G., Rieder, M.J., Poole, A., Krajewski, H.T., Powell, D.M., Jelley, R.B., Boyd, A., & Mestdagh, T. (in press). Choosing job-related personality traits: Criterion related evidence of validity. Personality and Individual Differences.
- Guerrero, L. & Rothstein, M.G. (in press). Job search antecedents and behaviors of skilled immigrants. Applied Psychology: An International Review.
White, Jerry - Professor, Department of Sociology, (PhD 1988, McMaster University):Aboriginal well-being social and economic; ethnic diversity and conflict.
- Peter Dinsdale, Jerry White, and Calvin Hanselmann. 2011. Urban Aboriginal Communities in Canada: Complexities, Challenges, and Opportunities. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing
- Jerry White, Julie Peters, Dan Beavon, and Peter Dinsdale. 2010. Aboriginal Policy Research Vol 10: voting, Governance and Politics. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing.
Wolff, Victoria - Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literature, (PhD 2008, McGill University): literature, music, film, transatlantic Hispanic world.
- Wolff, Victoria. 2012 "The Construction of National and Transnational Hispanic Identities in Two Operatic Adaptations of Juan Zorrilla de San Martin's Poem Tabar." Ars Lyrica (Journal of the Lyrica Society for Word-Music Relations).