Faculty Members

Name Teaching and Research Interests Contact Information
Andrew Langille (ML, Osgoode)  He is a Toronto based labour lawyer and an internationally recognized labour law scholar. His research on the legal regulation of the school-to-labour market transition has been utilized by a large number of organizations, including the Tax Court of Canada, the Law Commission of Ontario, and Australia's Fair Work Ombudsman.   Website. 416.736.2100 c/o              x 77805,
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Carla Lipsig-Mummé (PhD, Universite de Montreal) She is the 2018 winner of the SSHRC Impact Award (Partnership Category) and the 2018 Sefton-Williams Award for Contributions to Labour Relations. Interests: Trade unions, globalization and work, the impact of climate change on work and employment; Canadian, Quebec and Australian labour; professions and labour markets. 761A S Ross Building, 416.736.2100 x 33751, carlalm@yorku.ca
Carlo Fanelli (PhD, Carleton University) Labour market restructuring; gig economy; globalization and unions; public finances and employment; Ontario and Toronto Politics; nonprofit sector work; social inequality and social movements. Website. 760 S Ross Building, 416.736.2100 x 33842, fanelli@yorku.ca
David Langille (tbd) A political economist by training, his research and writing deals with corporate power and the role of social movements in maintaining democracy. Interests: Political economy, social movements, health policy, and work & labour. 743 N Ross Building, 416.736.2100 c/o              x 77805,   langille@yorku.ca
Evelyn Encalada (MA, York University) She is completing a doctoral degree at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Department of Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto. Specialization: Labour Migration, Community Organising, Latin American Studies, Latina Feminisms. Website. 832 N Ross Building, 416.736.2100 c/o              x 77805,   evelyn@yorku.ca
Ryan Toews (tbd) Interests: Political economy, history, insurgency/counter-insurgency, pacification, and work & labour. 416.736.2100 c/o              x 77805,
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