Skip to main content

Contact Us

Coordinator:

Professor Stephanie Ross

S759A Ross Building

(416) 736-2100 Extn. 77386

Email: stephr@yorku.ca

Website: www.arts.yorku.ca/sosc/stephr

Office Hours:

by appointment

Teaching and Research Interests: union democracy, public sector unionism, labour movement renewal, global justice movements, anti-poverty organizing

 

Interim Program Assistant:

Hussein Ali

S740 Ross Building

416-736-2100, ext. 22760

E-mail: last@yorku.ca

 

Advising

Students are encouraged to make an advising appointment with the Coordinator of Work and Labour Studies annually to discuss course offerings and Program requirements. Advising appointments are scheduled in mid-March and April. Work and Labour Studies majors cannot be assured a placement in a course if an advising appointment is not booked. Check with our Program Assistant located in Ross S740 (ext.22760) to schedule an advising appointment.

 

Other Faculty Members

Professor Jan Kainer

S760 Ross Building

(416) 736 2100, Extn. 20545

E-mail: jkainer@yorku.ca

Office Hours:  To be announced (or by appointment)

Teaching and Research Interests: workplace equity, youth organizing, gender, work and unions

Professor Carla Lipsig-Mumme

S761A Ross Building

(416) 736 2100, ext. 33751

E-mail: carlalm@yorku.ca

Office Hours:  Tues 3:15-4pm / Wed 1-2pm Glendon  (or by appointment)

Teaching and Research Interests: trade unions; globalization and work; the impact of climate change on work and employment; Canadian, Quebec and Australian labour; professions and labour markets

Professor Paul Craven

S759 Ross Building

416-736-2100, ext. 55678

E-mail:  pcraven@yorku.ca           

Website: http://www.arts.yorku.ca/sosc/pcraven

Office Hours: by appointment

Teaching and Research Interests: collective bargaining, labour law, labour history, legal history

Professor Craig Heron

2186 Vari Hall

416-736-2100 ext. 30416

E-mail: cheron@yorku.ca

Office Hours:   or by appointment

Teaching and Research Interests: Canadian social history, with a focus on class and gender