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Curriculum Vitae

Degrees and Academic / Professional Qualifications
Honours / Awards (Selected)
Research
Books
Articles and Reviews
Bibliographies / Teaching Resources/ Published Course Outlines
Keynote Addresses
Conference Papers: International Conference Presentations
Conference Papers: Conference organizer/ Panel chair/ Panel organizer/ Discussant/ Moderator
Editorial Positions & Journals
Advisory Boards and Consultations
Teaching
Service to the Universit
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Current Status*

Professor, (Full), Human Rights and Equity Studies, Department of Equity Studies. Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University

i)    Member, Graduate Programme, Education  (2008 -  [continual reappointment]

ii)    Member,Graduate Programme, Environmental Studies (2014-

iii)   Member, Graduate Programme, Interdisciplinary Studies  (2012 -  [continual reappointment])

iv)  Member, Graduate Programme, Public Policy, Administration and Law (2006 -  [continual reappointment]).

v)   Member, Graduate Programme, Social Work, (1999 -   [continual reappointment]).

vi) Member, Graduate Programme, Socio-legal Studies (2007 -  [continual reappointment]).

vii) Member, Graduate Programme,  Sociology, (1986-   [continual reappointment])

viii) Member, Graduate Programme, Social and Political Thought, (2001- [continual reappointment]).      

 

Scholarly and Academic / Professional Qualifications

--1986. Ph.D. Sociology; Comprehensives included Criminology and Urban Sociology (distinction award), dissertation: “Social Organization of Male Prostitution”, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto.

--1974. MA. Criminology, thesis: “The Social Construction

of Organized Crime”, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto.

--1971. BA (hon).  Social and Philosophical Studies, Faculty

of Arts and Science, University of Toronto.

Honours / Awards (Selected)

--2014 Visiting Scholar (May - June), The Lougheed Teaching and Learning Centre of Excellence at Huntington University (federated with Laurentian University), Sudbury. 

--2010. Nominated Teaching Award, SCOLAPS, York University, April 28.

--2010.  Honorary Alumnus Award, Huntington University (presented at May convocation).

--2007-2013. Nominated and Elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (UK).

--2006 to present.  Member, Board of Regents, Huntington University (federated with Laurentian University), Sudbury,  Ontario.

--2007- 2011  Vice Chair of Board of Regents, Huntington University (federated with Laurentian University), Sudbury, Ontario.   

--1989 - present. Canadian Who's Who, University of Toronto Press.

--2004. Nominated by Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University, for the “North Eastern Association of Graduate Schools’ 2003 - 2004 Graduate Faculty Teaching Award”

--2004. Faculty of Graduate Studies Teaching Award, Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University.

--2004-2005. Research Development Fellowship, York University.

--2003. Diploma Solenne, (honorary degree).

Accademia Internazionale di Pontzen di Lettere, Scienze ed Arti, Napoli, Italia.

--2001. SHHRC, Standard Research Grant “Differential Impact

of the Media on Delinquency (reported as well under External Funding).

--2000. Award of Excellence for Outstanding Contributions to Anti-Racism, Georgian College and Student Administrative Council, Georgian College.

--1998. Lord Ruthven Assembly Award. International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, London, UK for article: “Dracula as a Contemporary Ethnography: A Critique of Mediated Moralities and Mysterious Mythologies”.

--1998. Nominated for  1998 Prix Aurora Awards, The National SF & Fantasy Society / La Société Nationale de la S-F et du Fantastique, category: Best Other Work in English for article “Dracula as a Contemporary Ethnography: A Critique of Mediated Moralities and Mysterious Mythologies”.

--1997. Award for Outstanding Teaching, York University Sociology Association.

--1996. Visiting Scholar, Summer School of Cultural Studies, Network in Cultural Studies and Research Unit for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla Finland, May (other recipients included Stuart Hall, Homi K. Bhabha).

--1996. John O’Neill Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching, Sociology, York University.

--1995. Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award,

Sociology Undergraduate Students' Association (SUSA).

--1994. Letter of Recognition, (re: Contributions to criminal justice.) Premier R. Rae, Ontario.

--1990. OCUFA 1989 Teaching Award for

Outstanding Contributions to University Teaching.

Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations.

--1988.Dean's Award for Outstanding Contributions in Teaching, Faculty of Arts York University.

--1988. Publication Award. Pontzen International Academy of Arts, Sciences and Literature, Naples, Italy for “This Idle Trade”.

--1982.  University of Toronto Open Scholarship.

--1974-75. Solicotor General Grant, Graduate Criminology.

--1968.    Ontario Scholarship.

--1965-68. Montesorri Student Award, Sudbury.

Employment History—Full Time*

--2007 (July ) –  2014 (July ), Professor, Criminology, Department of Social Science.

--2003 (July ) – 2009 (July). Professor, Coordinator, Sociology, School of Social Sciences.

--1997 (July 1) -1998 (Dec 31). Dean. Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York      University. (Student Enrolment:

7800 students or approximately 5000 FFTEs;  Full-time     Faculty:145 FTEs;  Full-time Staff:  50 FTEs;  Annual Faculty Operating Budget: $21M).

--1996-1997. Chair. Department of Sociology, Atkinson College, York University.

--1991-1996. Associate Professor of Sociology (with tenure). Faculty of Arts, York University.

--1984-1991. Assistant Professor of Sociology. Faculty of Arts, York University.

--1982. Research Associate, Study on Maritmers, New College, University of Toronto.

--1976-1978. Research Associate,  Police Studies,  Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto.

--1977-1986.Contract faculty. Department of Sociology (St George Campus)  and  the Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto. 

--1975-1978.Contract faculty. Department of Social Services, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (three  full year courses annually).

--1975-1976.  National Parole Service, Solicitor General,

Corrections Canada.

--1974-1975.  John Howard Society of Metropolitan Toronto.

 

Research

 

LIFE-TIME SUMMARY  (COUNT)*

a) Scholarly books

i) authored:  3 solo; 1 solo forthcoming 2015;  and 3 co authored;  total:  6 and 1 forthcoming

ii) edited volumes:  2 solo; 4 co-edited; total: 6 and  2 forthcoming

total:  Books:  12   and 4 forthcoming  

b) Chapters in books:  24 solo;  3 in self edited volumes; 11 co authored; 5 in self edited volumes:  total: 43   

c) Papers in refereed journals: 8 solo; 7 co authored; 1 forthcoming;   total: 15

d) Papers in refereed conference proceedings: 7 solo; 3 co authored; total: 10

e) Major invited contributions and/or technical reports:  3 solo; 4 co authored; total: 7

f) abstracts and/or papers read: 70 papers  (international & national conferences)

g) Others  (e.g., workshops presented, other types of publications)

i) Published reviews in journals: 8 solo

ii) Bibliographies / Course Outlines in Sociological Association Publications:  7

iii) Text Books / Curriculum Materials / Repro Texts: 6

iv) Other Publications and Testimony:  19

v) Unpublished Professional Reports:  11 solo, 14 co authored; total: 25.

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Books

Solo

-- 2006. What  do they Know? Youth, Crime and Culture 

deSitter Toronto (378pp) (2nd printing).

-- 1998. Crime and Culture: Refining the Traditions

Canadian Scholars’ Press.  Toronto. (328 p).

--1987. This Idle Trade. VitaSana Books. Concord, Ont.

(389 pages).  

 

Co authored

-- 2012. Violated & Silenced: Gendering Criminal “Justice”  

(with N. Couto) Toronto: APF Press, (547 pp). January

-- 2008. Cultural Contradictions of Delinquency: Youth Gambling in Canada  (with Reza Barmaki)  Toronto: APF Press, (233 pp)

-- 2002. Teaching Controversy (with L. Jakubowski)  Fernwood Press.  Halifax.  (250 pp).

 

PUBLICATIONS—Books—Edited Volumes*

Solo

-- 2005. Law and Justice: A Critical Inquiry  APF Press. Toronto (401pp)

-- 1980. Political Crime: A Special Issue of Canadian Criminology Forum.  vol.2 (Spring).

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 2013 Social Justice & Human Rights  (with M. Jacobs) APF Press. Toronto  (246pp)

-- 1992. Canadian Penology: Advanced Perspectives  and  Research (with K. McCormick) Canadian  Scholars’ Press. Toronto. (460pp)

-- 1992. Understanding Policing  (with K. McCormick) Canadian Scholars’ Press. Toronto. (705pp)

-- 1983. Deviant Designations: Crime, Law and Deviance in Canada  (with T. Fleming). (490pp). Butterworth. Toronto. (reprinted 1987).

PUBLICATIONS—Chapters in Peer Reviewed Books*

Solo

-- 2013   “Servitude of the certitude in the 9/11 hauntology: a case study of (in)securities in cyber ‘security’”. In  C. Colaguori (ed) Security, Life and Death: Governmentality and Biopower 

in the Post-9/11 Era Toronto: deSitter Press. (June).

--  2013.Impact of Ideologies in Institutionalizing Injustice: The Pathology of Pathologizing”,pp 46. In Social Justice and Human Rights   (eds. L. Visano & Merle A. Jacobs). Toronto: APF Press.

-- 2011.“Whose Refuge?” In M. Jacobs (ed) Trauma, Dislocation and Human Rights Toronto: APF Publishers. (September).

-- 2011. “What’s Wrong with Rights?” In M. Jacobs (ed) Trauma, Dislocation and Human Rights Toronto: APF Publishers. (September).

-- 2010. “Foreword --The Professionalization of Work: Cultures

of Coercive Credentialism” The Professionalization of Work  in

M. Jacobs and S. Bosanac (eds) 5pp Toronto: deSitter Press.

-- 2010   “Professions and the Individual: The Impact of Culture in the Control of Careers”, The Professionalization of Work M. Jacobs and S. Bosanac (eds) 5pp Toronto: deSitter Press 23pp.

-- 2007 "Adveersarial Justice" in Gregg Barak (ed) Battleground: Criminal Justice. Wesport Conn. :Greenwoood Publishers, 18pp

-- 2007   "The Social in Justice as Social Injustice”. M. Jacobs (ed) Justice, Health and Culture Toronto: Thomson Nelson; reprinted in M. Jacobs (ed) Critical Readings In Health Toronto APF 2008, 16pp

-- 2006. “Preface” in M. Jacobs The Cappuccino Principle  Toronto: deSitter Press 2pp.

-- 2005. "Class Enriching the Classroom: the 'radical' as rooted pedagogic strengths". In S. Muzzatti and V. Samarco (eds)  Working Class Academics - reflections from the wrong side of the tracks Lanham, Maryland: Roman and Littlefield.

-- 2004.  “A  Critique of the Cultures of Control: A Case Study of Cyber Rape”. In J. Hodgson and  D. Kelly  (eds) Sexual Violence NY Criminal Justice Press NY. 2002 reprinted from “A  Critique of the Cultures of Control: A Case Study of Cyber Rape”. In J. Hodgson and  D. Kelly  (eds) Sexual Violence. Wesport, Conn. Praeger (pp 51-71).

-- 2002.   “The Impact of Whiteness on the Culture of Law: from theory to practice”.  In C. Levine-Rasky (ed.) Working Through Whiteness SUNY Press. (pp 209-237).

-- 2001. “Community-Based Corrections”. In J. Winterdyk

(ed.) Corrections in Canada: Social Reactions to Crime  Toronto: Prentice-Hall (pp 296-322).

-- 1998. “Whores and Heroes: Prostituting the Self as a Mediated Commodity”.In S. McMahon (ed.) Women, Crime and Culture. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. (pp 117-137).

-- 1997.“Bram Stoker’s Dracula as a Critical Ethnography: A Critique of Mediated Moralities and Mysterious Mythologies”.  In C. Davison (ed.)  Bram Stoker’s Dracula,  London/Toronto: Dundurn Press. (pp 331-350).

-- 1997. “From Localized Texts to Hegemonic

Narratives: Contextualizing the ‘Games Pimps Play’”. 

In J. Hodgson,  Games Pimps Play. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. (pp xi-xxxii).

-- 1996.   “Delinquency as Mediated Texts”.  In G. O'Bireck Not a Kid Anymore: Youth,  Deviance, Subcultures and Crime. Toronto: Nelson.  (pp 72-106).

-- 1995. “Community, Crime and Corrections: Re-shaping Control”. In  I. Davies and P. Anisef  (eds.) Different Canadas, Diverse  Sociologies,  Toronto: York University. (pp 222-239).

-- 1994.   “The Culture of Capital as Carceral: Conditions and  Contradictions”. In K. McCormick (ed.) Carceral Contexts, Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. (pp 193-219).

-- 1993. “Contested Career Formations, Contextual Stages

and Cultural Contingencies” in G. O'Bireck, Gettin' Tall.

Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.  (pp vii-xvii).

-- 1993.“Getting Connected: Becoming A Hustler”. In T.

Fleming (ed.) Youth Injustice Toronto: Canadian  Scholars’ Press.  (pp 377-428).

-- 1991. “The Impact of Age on Paid Sexual Encounters”.  In

John A. Lee (ed.) Gay Midlife and Maturity.  New York: Harrington.

-- 1985.   “Crime, Law and the State: The Linkage Problem”. In T.Fleming (ed.)The New Criminologies.  Toronto: Oxford University Press. pp43-61.   

-- 1987. “Getting Connected and Surviving as a Street Transient” in Robert  Stebbins  Sociology  NY: Harper and Row:pp219-223 (originally published as “Tramps, Tricks and Troubles: Transients and Their Controls”. In T. Fleming and L. Visano (eds.) Deviant Designations. Toronto: Butterworth. (pp 215-253).

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 2009.  “The impact of colour  in “correcting” youths: a programme of action”.(with W. Crichlow),  Racism, Culture and Law: Critical Readings ed. by Dr R. Barmaki APF Press. Toronto. (26pp).

-- 2009.  “Instrumentalism as the ideology of discipline: the impact of technology on corrections”. (with  Dr K. McCormick) Racism, Culture and Law: Critical Readings edited by Dr R. Barmaki  APF Press. Toronto. (20pp).

-- 2005.“The Social Organization of Internet Policing: From Pornography  to Terrorism”  In C. Orban and J. Hodgson (eds) Public Policing in the 21st Century: Comparative Issues and Dilemmas  Criminal Justice Press (with Dr Abbee Corb-Cinotti).

-- 2004   “Labelling  and Symbolic Interaction Theories” In J. Mitchell Miller (ed) The Encyclopedia of Criminology  (with Dr D.Baker) NY: Routledge.

-- 1998.   Culture and Control at the Crossroads: A Case Study of Local Squeegee Kids as Subversive Subjects” (with C. MacArthur and S. McMahon).  In S. McMahon (ed.) Women, Crime and Culture Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. (pp 231-252).

-- 1995.  “Community (In)action and Carceral Connections”  (with K. McCormick).  In  Nick Larson (ed.) The Canadian Criminal Justice System Toronto: Canadian  Scholars’   Press. (pp 295-309).

-- 1994. “Official Deviance in the Legal System”  (with Dr J. A. Lee). In J. Klofas, D. Kalinich and S. Stojkovic (eds.)

The Administration of Criminal Justice Organizations. Prospect  Heights, Illinois: Waveland  Press (also reprinted in 1990).  Originally in L. Ross (ed.) Law and Deviance.  Beverly Hills: Sage. 1981 (pp 215-250).

-- 1993. “Liaison and Admissions” (with G. Jacobs). In Not Yet Satisfied. Toronto: York University, Faculty of Graduate Studies.

-- 1991. “Law and Social Services” (with R. Doyle).  In

G.A. Watson, J. Hutchinson,  J. Mosher and K. Roach.(eds.) Civil  Litigation in Canada Toronto: Montgomery.

-- 1991. “Deviance and Social Order” (with L. Jakubowski and K. McCormick).  In  K. Ishwaran's Sociology. New Delhi: Addison- Wesley.

-- 1987.“Access to Health and Social Services: Social  Work’s  Responsibility” (with R. Doyle).  In R. Carriere and P. Roberge (eds.) Social Work Practice, Laurentian University,

Ontario Association of Professional Social Workers. Pp66-83.

 

PUBLICATIONS—Chapters in Books—Self-Edited Volumes*

Solo

-- 2005.“Preface”, Law and Justice: A Critical Inquiry  Toronto.APF Press. 7pp

-- 2005.   “Introduction: Law - Criminal Justice Nexus as the Locus of Injustice” 31pp Law and Justice: A Critical Inquiry  Toronto:

APF Press.

-- 1983.   “Italo-Canadians and the Mafia: A Case of Misplaced Deviant Designations”. In T. Fleming and L. Visano   (eds.) Deviant Designations. Toronto: Butterworth. pp 71-98.

 

Co authored ( alphabetized)

-- 1992.“Regulating An Urban Order: Policing Pathologies in the Carceral City”. (with K. McCormick).  In K.  McCormick and

L. Visano (eds.) Understanding Policing.  Toronto:

Canadian Scholars.  (pp 229-246).

____.      “Policing Understanding: Cultural Controls and Contesting Contexts”. (with K. McCormick),  In K. McCormick and L.

Visano (eds.)Understanding Policing.  Toronto: Canadian Scholars’.

(pp vii-xii).

____.      “Technology and Punishment: Generic Trends”. (with K. McCormick). In K. McCormick and L. Visano (eds.) Canadian Penology. Canadian Scholars’ Press.pp339-348.

____.      “Problematic Penological Prospects: Prefatory Comments”. (with K. McCormick). In K. McCormick and L. Visano (eds.) Canadian Penology. Canadian Scholars’ Press. (pp vii-xii).

 

PUBLICATIONS— Articles in Refereed Journals*

Solo

forthcoming. (June  2014) “Anarchism as Justice”, International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory.

-- 2004.“Degrees Of Freedom: The Applied Degree As The Pedagogy Of Praxis, Dialectics of     Discipline And The Primacy Of Partnerships”, College Quarterly, Summer   Volume 7. Number 3. (23pp).

-- 2000.“Colour,Crime and Culture” Identity: A Journal of

Inequality and Education” v 1, no.1: 32-64.

-- 1996. “War on Drugs: From The Politics of Punishment to the Prospects of Peacekeeping” Addictions: An International

Research Journal  vol. 1 (Fall): 81-95.

-- 1990. “Crime As A Commodity: Police Use of Informers” 

Journal of Human Justice (Autumn), vol. 2 no. 1: 105-114.

-- 1990.   “The Socialization of Street Kids”,  Sociological Studies

of Child Development, vol. 3: 139-161.

-- 1990.  “The Impact of Age on Paid Sexual Encounters” Journal

of Homosexuality  vol. 20, no. 3/4 (Autumn): 207-236.        

-- 1988.“Generic and Generative Dimensions of Interactionism”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 29(3): 230-244.

-- 1980.   “From Sociology of Deviance Towards A

Deviant Controlology” Canadian Criminology Forum vol. 2, no.2 (Spring):  51-57.

Co authored

-- 2003.  “The Role of Law in the Rule of Economics: a Critical Study of Ghana’s Labour Laws”  (with N.Bastine)  Journal of Asian and African Studies  Volume 38, Issue 1.

-- 2002. Law and the Culture of Capital: A Critical Perspective on Labour’s Right to Associate in Developing Societies”

(with N.Bastine)  Journal of Developing Societies.1, January 2vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 1-22(22)

-- 1988. “Equality and Multiculturalism” (with R. Doyle) Journal of Law and Social Policy, vol. 3 (Jan.): 21-35.

-- 1988. “Removing the Obstacles: Strategies for Increasing Access to Community Services”, (with R. Doyle).

The Social Worker/ Travailleur Social

-- 1987. “Access to Human Services” (with R. Doyle) Perceptions, vol. 10, no.5:12-13.

-- 1987. “Inequalities Within Service Delivery Systems: A Case of Cultural Insensitivity” (with R. Doyle) Currents:  Journal of Race Relations  vol. 4 no. 3 (Summer): 3-5

-- 1986. “Increasing Accountability: A Look at the US Committee for Responsive Philanthropy”  (with R. Doyle) Philanthropist  vol. VI, no. 1(Spring): 34-40.

PUBLICATIONS—Reviews in Refereed Journals*

-- 2006. Jeff Ferrell et al “Cultural Criminology Unleashed”, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

July,  48(4).[Invited]

-- 2006. Jeffrey Ian Ross, “The Dynamics of Political Crime” in  Criminal Justice Review volume 31 issue 2 : 175-177 [Invited].

-- 1999.Karim Murji Policing Drugs  Addictions:

An International Research Journal   (Winter). [Invited]

-- 1999. J. Ross,  Cutting The Edge: Current Perspectives in Radical/ Critical Criminology and Criminal Justice,

Canadian Journal of Sociology  November/ December [Invited].

-- 1992. A. Jansen and C. Jansen, Sociological and Economic Change in the peasant society of Troina, Scholarly Research and Review Journal. [Invited]

-- 1988. V. Hans and N. Vidmar, Judging The Jury Criminal Justice Review  vol. 13, no. 1 Spring):67-68 [Invited].

-- 1984. M. Cusson  Why Delinquency?  Canadian Criminology Forum, vol. 6 (Spring): 200-203. [invited]        

1980.E. Schur's “Politics of Deviance” Canadian Criminology Forum,   vol. 3 (Fall): 79-82.

 

PUBLICATIONS—Published Professional Reports*

Solo

-- 2004. “Degrees of Freedom” The Institute of Applied Research and Innovation, Georgian College, Barrie (27 pp)

-- 2004. "A Comparative Analysis of State Sponsored Policy on Multiculturalism: A Cross Cultural Study",  Athenian Policy Forum, Research Study Series , Research Report 133, (ISBN1-55276-033-2)   

-- 1983.The Family in Our Community: Background for Social Planning. Toronto: Social Planning Council.

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 1989. Opening The Umbrella: Service Needs of the Japanese Ethno-Cultural Community. (with L. Malibar and R. Doyle ) Toronto: Japanese Family Services Association. (66 pages).

-- 1987. A Time for Action (with R. Doyle). Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto  (249 pp).

-- 1987. A Program for Action.  (with R. Doyle). Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto (136p).

-- 1987. A Summary of Actions (with R. Doyle).Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto (56 pp).

 

PUBLICATIONS—Articles in Published

Conference Proceedings*

-- 2004. “The Applied Degree as the Pedagogy of Praxis,

Dialectics of Discipline and the Primacy

of Partnerships" Report of the Proceedings of

the 2nd Annual Conference on The Applied Degree, Applied Degree Conference, CAATS. 

-- 2000. “The Culture of Connectedness” Report of the Proceedings of the 1st Tapestry of Teaching Conference”, Georgian College,  Keynote Address Nov 4, (14pp).           

-- 1994. “The Police and the Media” Report of Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Symposium on Policing: Concepts for Change, Toronto, (September 20) Ontario Provincial Police Association.(pp 92-98).

-- 1991.“Drugs in a Multicultural Context” Keynote Address, Report  of Proceedings of Drug Awareness for Professionals Serving the Italo-Canadian Community Conference, B. Corbesi (ed.) Toronto (pp 1-3).

-- 1987. “Concluding Remarks”, Report of

Proceedings Multicultural Access to City Services Symposium, E. Miller (ed.). Toronto.     

-- 1986. “The Social Justice of Legal Remedies” Report

of Proceedings, Charter of Rights and Freedoms Conference, Canadian Council on Social Development and Social Planning Council.

-- 1985. “Foreword: Moving Beyond Legal Paradoxes

Towards Social Action” Report of Proceedings , Charter of Rights  and Freedoms Conference, Canadian Council on

Social  Development and Social Planning Council.

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 1992. “The Moral Paradoxes of Ethnographic Criminological Research”, (with K. McCormick) F. Andrews (ed.) Report

of Proceedings  Qualitative Analysis Conference, Carleton University (May 23).

-- 1988. “Access and Equity”.  (with R. Doyle). Keynote

Address. Developing A Multicultural Health Agenda: A National Ethnic Health Policy Conference, Adelaide Australia, Report of Proceedings  Published by   Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto . (pp 1-38). 

-- 1986. “Access”, (with R. Doyle)  Proceedings of

Symposium: Partnership In  Health, R. Masi (ed.) Published by   Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto . (pp 1-38).

PUBLICATIONS—Bibliographies / Published

Course Outlines/Teaching Resources

-- 2000. "Sociology of Law”. In  Lloyd Klein  Syllabi

and Instructional Materials for Teaching Sociology of Law Washington,  DC: American Sociological Association.

-- 2000. “Teaching Controversy”. In  York University: Forty Years of Teaching , P. Rogers (ed) Centre for Support of Teaching.

-- 1997. “Sociology of Law”  In S. Griffiths Syllabi and

Instructional Materials for Sociology of Law Washington,  DC: American Sociological Association.

-- 1993. “Policing” Police Section Syllabus,  Academy

of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio.

-- 1991 and 1992. “Policing Society” Syllabus Bank (Police Section, the American Criminology Association)  J. Frank, University of Cincinnati (ed.).

-- 1989.  “Sociology of Crime and Delinquency”  In R. Wight

(ed.) Crime  and  Control:  Syllabi  and Instructional Materials for Criminology and Criminal Justice. Washington:

American Sociological Association.

-- 1980. Political Crime: A Select Bibliography

Canadian Criminology Forum   vol. 2 no. 2 (Spring).

PUBLICATIONS—Text Books / Curriculum Materials/Repro Texts:

-- 2004. "Class Enriching the Classroom: the 'radical' as rooted pedagogic strengths" In C. Duran   Schools, Critical Pedagogy and Mass Media Repro Text, Toronto York University Bookstore . Claudio Duran's SOCI/SOSC 3545 6.0M course being taught at York University reprinted in 2008 for SOCI/SOSC 3545 6.0M

-- 2000. “Introduction: Connecting Crime and Culture"(Chapter 1). In  Dr D.  Langan  Crime and Deviance Repro Text, Toronto

York University Bookstore (pp. 1-32)

-- 1993; 1994; 1995; 1996.  Community and Interaction (Repro. Text, with J. Moore) Canadian Scholars’ Press

-- 1992.  Understanding Policing  (Repro. Text,

with Dr K. McCormick), Canadian Scholars’ Press

-- 1989. Source book: Social Interaction and Community, (with Dr M. Lanphier) Sociology, York University.

-- 1977. Source book: Policing in History, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto. 

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 2003 with Dr W. Crichlow “New Youth Justice Strategy and its impact on social work, youth serving agencies and young offenders”, pp 98-103. In  L. Visano   Socialization and Identity Repro Text, Toronto York University Bookstore

PUBLICATIONS—Unpublished Professional Reports

Solo:

-- 2011. “Management Training Program”, Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc. (contact Ms Georgia Graham) www.westofwindsor.com (November).

-- 2005.      “Needs Assessment Protocol: Drug Use Among Youths”, Vitanova Foundation, Toronto.

-- 2002.      “Applied Degree in Police Sciences”. Report to the Dean and VP Academic, Georgian College.

-- 2001. “Qualitative Analysis of the TASC Research

Project”, Report, Department of Criminal Justice, University

of Toledo, Ohio.        

-- 2001. "The Contexts of a Graduate Masters Degree in Criminal Justice: communicating the niche with a unique program of study. Report  Associate Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo. Ohio

-- 2001.Youth Criminal Justice Act”, National Youth Justice Roundtable, Ottawa, Department of Justice.

-- 1991. “Ethics and Research” , draft Report,  Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association.

-- 1990.Response to the Law Reform Commission  Project on-the Multiculturalism Act (in reference to forms of  racial discrimination).  (Invited/Confidential)

-- 1990. Critique of the Canadian Security Intelligence Act.  Prepared for the Special Committee of the  House of Commons  on  the  Review of the  C.S.I.S. Act.  (Invited/Confidential)

-- 1977. Profile of Peel Regional Community Report.  Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto

Co authored (alphabetized)

-- 2006. “Meeting the challenges: skilled construction craft work: A Revision” Labourers International Union of North America (LIUNA)  With B. Spotton Visano and Antonio Nicaso, (contact:

John Mandarino), Toronto.

-- 2005. “Meeting the challenges: skilled construction craft work” Labourers International Union of North America (LIUNA)  With

B. Spotton Visano, (contact: John Mandarino), Toronto.

-- 2004. “A Review of Examination Rescheduling”, Report to Senate Executive (with R. Everett, M. Lockshin), January 13.

-- 2003.“Social Cohesion Project” National Congress of Italian Canadians, Toronto (with A. Hofstetter, T. Carella, G. Grande)Heritage Canada.

-- 2000. Report on the Review of the Proposed degree in Applied Police Sciences Georgian College Justice Studies Programme

(Dr K. McCormick).      

-- 1999. A Review of Graduate Criminal Justice Programme

(with Dr B. Spotton Visano),  Report Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo.

-- 1999.  VitaNova Foundation with Dr B. Spotton Visano reviewed “Methodology for Evaluating Day Treatment Outcomes”.

-- 1999. “Meeting the Challenge” Report on the University of Toledo (with B. Spotton Visano), Ohio Board of Regents.

-- 1992. “Equity and Employment:  Jobs Ontario: Training Strategies”, Discussion Paper  (with W. Crichlow) Department of Social Services, Metropolitan Toronto

-- 1990.  “Study Format For Capital Funding”(with J. Ward and R. Doyle) Japanese Canadian Redress Foundation.

-- 1990.  Report of Task Force on Multiculturalism, (with R. Doyle) Social Planning Council.

-- 1986. Human Service Issues and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms  (with R. Doyle) Toronto: Social Planning Council.

-- 1984.  “Compressed Work Week: Between a Rock and a Hard Place”  (with F. Chen,  E. Hegney and B. Chisholm)  Metropolitan Toronto Police. (February).

-- 1982. Pilot study on “Maritimers in Toronto: A Case of Ethnic Identity”, (with Dr M. Marger; Dr P.Obermiller, U of Cincinnati 

and D. Magill, U of Toronto).

PUBLICATIONS—Other Publications and Testimony:

-- 2009  “Atkinson Made it Possible” in Room to Grow: Celebrating Atkinson’s Living Legacy eds.   Dr Brenda Spotton Visano and Kristin Taylor, Toronto Canada: York University, 2009. (205pp) 

-- 1998.“Thank you to the College for Confronting the Challenge” Atkinson College Newsletter, 2(Dec).

-- 1998. “The Mutability of the Atkinson College Mission”,  Atkinson College Newsletter,  vol. 1(Sept).

-- 1991.“Towards Anti-Racist Pedagogies: Exploring Critical Alternatives”  (with L. Jakubowski)  CORE vol. 1 no.4 (April).

-- 1990.  Critique of the Canadian Security Intelligence Act.  Prepared for the Special Committee of the  House of Commons  on  the  Review of the  C.S.I.S. Act.  (Invited/Confidential)

-- 1990. Response to the Law Reform Commission Project on-the Multiculturalism Act (in reference to forms of 

racial discrimination).  (Invited/Confidential

-- 1990. “Politics and Multiculturalism”, Select Committee

of MPPs, Queen's Park, Toronto (Chair:  M. Harris, MPP). June 25.

-- 1990. Police, Politics and Race-Relations”, (with R. Doyle) Metropolitan Toronto Council (Mayor Tonks' Committee) July 3.

-- 1987.Report on “Discrimination”(with R.Doyle) Mayor's Committee on Community and Race Relations, March  10.

-- 1987.“Access” (with R. Doyle) Metropolitan Toronto Council, Community Services and Housing Committee, May 14.

-- 1987.“Don’t Call them Delinquents”  La Revista Medica per  la Famiglia November 41.

-- 1986.  “I Delinquenti: Angeli Con il Coltello” La Revista Medica per  la Famiglia  25.

-- 1985. “Sociology of Crowd Violence”, La Revista Medica per la  Famiglia 16.

-- 1985. “Gambling: Paradoxes and Problems”, La Revista Medica per la  Famiglia II.

-- 1984. “A Response to the Draft Legislation on the Children's Act”  Legislative Committee on the Children's Act, Queen's   Park,  Toronto, February 21

-- 1983.  “Economic Factors and Violence” (with M. Harker) Metro Task Force on Violence Against Women and Children,  City Hall, Toronto.

-- 1983. Some Neglected Issues Concerning Transient Youths”  (with E. Frerichs and W. Dwyer) Metro Task Force for Low Income Single People, City Hall, Toronto, June 23.

-- 1982. Standing Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs re. Bill C-53,  Amendments to Criminal Code on Sexual Offenses,   March 8.

-- 1980.“Editorial: The Challenge of Political Crime” Canadian Criminology Forum 2 (Spring).

 

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Invited International Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS: 2

Invited National Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS: 4

Invited Provincial/Regional Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS: 18

Invited International Conference Presentations: 25

Invited National Conference Presentations:30

Invited Provincial/Regional Conference Presentations: 61

conference organizer: 18

conference panel chair and  panel  organizer: 12

conference panel discussant: 12

conference panel moderator/facilitator: 12

 

Keynote Addresses

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL OR NATIONAL CONFERENCES*

—Invited International Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS*

“Reclaiming the Community and Securing the Social” International Outlook Conference on  Human Security,   Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand,  November 10 -12,  2003.

“Access and Equity”,   (Delivered jointly with R. Doyle)  National Ethnic Health Policy

Conference, Adelaide, Australia,  April 15,  1988.

 —Invited National Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS*

“Youth Justice Strategy and Legislation: The impact on youth serving agencies,” National Youth Justice Roundtable,   Department of Justice and Carleton University, Ottawa, March 30, 2001.

“A Programme of Action: Concrete Proposals to address the Implementation of the new Youth Criminal Justice Act”, National Youth Justice Roundtable, Department of Justice and Carleton University Ottawa,  March 31, 2001.

“The Community- In-Action, Imaging and Empowering: The Somali  and Italian Communities”

              Annual Conference National Congress of Italian Canadians, Columbus Centre, Toronto, June 5, 1993.

“The Dynamics of Today's Campus Community: Race, Gender and  Class Issues”,  Annual National Meeting, Canadian Association of College and University  Student Services, Toronto.  November  1, 1990.

—Invited Provincial/Regional Conference Presentations—INVITED KEYNOTE ADDRESS

“Journey into Social Justice: The hope and prospects of young social justice seekers”, And Social Justice For All Conference,   (1,000 students from TDSB and Halton School Board) York University, May 7, 2014.

“Transformative Teaching Transitions as Stages of Subversion and Pedagogies of Praxis: from tethered triangles, cynical cycles  to connecting circles”, Teaching and Learning Symposium on Talking Transitions, The Lougheed Teaching and Learning Centre of Excellence at Huntington University, Sudbury,  May 2, 2014

“Beyond the Slogans: prospects for authentic community- university engagement”.  Engage 2012: Contemporary Communities Conference, University of Guelph, March 17, 2012

“Cultural Contradictions of Delinquency: Youth Gambling in Canada”, 3rd Annual At-risk Youth & the Law Conference,  Durham College, Oshawa, workshop leader and keynote workshop speaker March 30th, 2011. 

 “What Do They Know?: From the Culture of Crime to Crime Cultures”, Cycle of Violence                                                         Seminar, York University,  March 23,  2005.

“Degrees of Freedom: the applied degree as the pedagogy of praxis, dialectics of discipline and the primacy of partnerships”, Applied Degree Conference, CAATS,  Kempelfelt  Convention Centre, Barrie June 16,  2004.

 “The differential  impact of media on youth: Identity, crime and culture,”  Institute of University Partnerships and Advanced Studies,  Georgian College, March 25th. 2003 (Previous keynoters: Stephen Lewis, Roberta Bodnar).

 “Towards  a critical cultural theory of law: Contextualizing the consequences of control”, Distinguished Lecture Series, Justice and Public Safety Institute,  Georgian College March 25th., 2003.

“Culture of Connectedness”. Keynote Address. Tapestry of Teaching Conference, Georgian College, Barrie, November 4, 2000.

“Doing Social Justice.”  Inaugural Address, Social Justice Club, Brescia College, University of Western 

              Ontario, December 3,1998.

“Staging A Career,” Atkinson College Student Association, Atkinson College Student Association Orientation, York University. August 23, 1997.

“Italian Canadians and the Law” The 2nd Mirrors and Windows Conference, Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies. (videotaped), April  23, 1994.

“Beyond the Text: The Challenge of Critical Criminology”, Inaugural Address, sponsored by McLaughlin College Lecture Series and the  Sociology  Undergraduate Students Association,, Oct 28,1993.      

“Racism and Education: Community Strategies and Administrative  Responses”, Toronto Board of

Education, Conference on Anti-Racist Professional Development.  February 5, 1993.

“Visioning: Trends in Community Development,”  Cedar Glen  Conference, Lawrence Heights

              Area Alliance. November  8, 1992.

“Crime Trends: Ideological Manipulations and Implications for Race, Gender and Class”  M.A.V.I.C.

              Conference, Correctional  Services, Toronto, October 17, 1992.

“Drugs in a Multicultural Context: Backgrounds and Foreground” Conference on Drug Awareness

              for Professionals Serving the Italian Community of Ontario, Toronto, May 10, 1991.           

“Race, Culture and the Modern Classroom,”  (with L. Jakubowski)  Role of the Teacher in the 1990's,

              Symposium, Professional Development Day,  Toronto School Board.  February 8, 1991.

“Policing Information”, Sociology Undergraduate Student Association, York University, Nov 22, 1989.

“The Problems of Ethnic Identity”, (with Senator P. Bosa and Mr. T. Grande, MPP).Community Symposium, Columbus Centre.  December 11, 1980.

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Papers: International and National Conference Presentations

—Invited International Conference Presentations*

 

“The Hermeneutics of Youth Crime: From an Ontology of Conformity to a Metaphysics of Resistance”, San Francisco, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 2014.

"(In)Securities in Cyber ‘Security’”, Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology”,  Atlanta, November 17, 2013.

“Hermeneutics as Anarchic Criminology”, Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology”, Chicago, November 17, 2012.

(Dis) Order and the Anarchism of Hermeneutics”, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto, March 05, 2011.

“Legal Hermeneutics and Anarchic Criminologies: Justice in Action”, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, March 14, 2009.

“Courting Opinion: The Differential Impact of the Media on the Administration of Criminal Justice”, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Seattle, March             14, 2007.

“Institutionalizing the Informal: the Impact of Ideology on "Criminal" Identities

Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology (read by Dr D. Baker)  Los Angeles, November 2006.

“Crime as Conformity: Youth Resistance and Peacekeeping” Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology”, Nashville, November 19, 2004.

"The Impact of the Media  on Delinquency: Preliminary findings of a cross sectional study" Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, March 2004.

“Cool Cultures and Mediocre Messages: Differential Impact of the Media on Delinquency”.55nd

Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, November 20, 2003.

“Socio-Political Directions in Constitutive Theory”, 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology,  San Francisco, November 15, 2000.

“Critical Approaches to the Study of Crime: the Limits of Legislation and the Poverty of Public Policy,”  51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto November 19, 1999..

“Racism and the War on Drugs”, The Second International Conference on Drug War Prisoners,

              Toronto,  March 20, 1999.

“From Keeping the Peace to Peacekeeping” Second Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Education

              John Jay College, City University of New York, New York, USA. Oct 5, 1996. 

“Negotiating the Narrative: Edited Ethics and the Ethos of Entertainment”, Morality and Narratives, Summer School of Cultural Studies, Network Cultural Studies and Research Unit for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla  Finland.  May 23, 1996. (Previous invited speakers G. Spivak, S. Hall)

“Mediated Moralities” Summer School of Cultural Studies, Morality and Narratives, Summer School of Cultural Studies, Network Cultural Studies and Research Unit for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla  Finland May 20, 1996.(Previous invited speakers G. Spivak, S. Hall)

“Mediating Crime: Crime as Control” Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, Sept  15, 1994.

“Interactionism and the Formal Text” Annual  Meeting of American Sociological   Association,

              Miami,  Florida USA. (read by A. Blum),  August 12, 1993.

“Legal Injustices: Framing Inequalities” Annual Conference of the Association for Humanist

              Sociology, New Orleans,  Louisiana.  November 12, 1993.

“Policing Race Relations and Criminalizing Race”, Annual Meeting  of the Society for Applied Anthropology,  University  of York, York  England, March 29, 1990.

“Anti-Racist Research: Behind the Multicultural Mask”, Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied  Anthropology,  Santa Fe, New Mexico.  April 4, 1989.

“Theoretical Advances in Criminology: The Moral Paradoxes of Ethnographic Research”, Annual

              Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology, Reno, Nevada, USA. November 9-13,

              1989.

“Careers, Social Worlds and Social Structure”, Annual Spring Symposium; Society for the Study

of Symbolic  Interaction, University of Illinois, (contact.: N. Denzin), Urbana, Illinois USA.  May 9, 1987.

“Casting A Wider Net”, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las

              Vegas, Nevada, USA.  March 31, 1985.

“Regulating An Urban Order”, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada.  November  4, 1982.

“Official Deviance”  (with J.A. Lee) The Baldy Centre for Law  and Social Policy.  State

              University of New York, Buffalo, New York, USA.  December  4, 1980.

 

Invited National Conference Presentations*

“Ideologizing Race, Rationalizing Racism and Racializing Space: Carceral Connections”. Canadian Sociology Association, Brock University, May 26, 2014.  

“Youth Crime as Conformity: Criminological Obfuscations and the Ontology of Resistance”, Canadian Sociology Association, Brock University, May 28, 2014.  

“Logic of multiculturalism as rationalized neoliberalism” Canadian Sociology Association, Brock University, May 28, 2014.  

“Trauma of Dislocation: Refuge in Multicultural Canada”, Canadian Sociology Association, University of Waterloo (Congress) Tuesday, May 29, 2012.  

 “Conformity and the War on Terror:  locating the ideological - institutional nexus” Annual Meeting, Canadian Society of Criminology, Concordia University, June 01, 2010 (invited by session chair W. Crichlow)

“Towards  a critical cultural theory of criminological curriculum” and “Ontological Hermeneutics and Anarchic Epistemologies .” Annual Meeting, Canadian Society of Criminology, Toronto,  Oct 3-4, 2008.

 “Ontonomology: The Rootedness of Canadian Critical Criminology”, Annual Meeting, Canadian Society of Criminology, Toronto,  April 10, 2005.

“Criminal Justice Degrees: Emerging Trends in Universities and Colleges”, Canadian Society of Criminology, York University,  April 9, 2005.

 “The Differential Impact of RAI and Telelatino on Italian Canadian Youth”

National Conference on Information and the Media, sponsored by  Console Generale Italiani di  Esterro.and  COMITES, Toronto   Oct 16, 2003.

“Youth and the Media: Critical Theoretical Directions” Canadian Society of Criminology 1st National Conference, Toronto, May 03, 2003.

“New Directions in Criminological Research: Towards a Critical Cultural Criminology”, Annual Meeting  of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Toronto, May 31, 2002.

“The Impact of Whiteness on the Culture of Law: from theory to practice”  Annual Meeting  of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Toronto,  May 30, 2002.

"The Impact of Culture in the Control of a Community:  a case study of  media and Italian Canadian Youth," Association of Italian Canadian Writers, 9th Biennial Conference, Toronto May 25, 2002.

“Ethnic Character and Community in the Post Ironic Age”, Sixteenth Annual Italian Canadiana Conf. Frank Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, University  of Toronto,  October  27, 2001.

“Differential Impact of the Media on Youth,” Annual Meeting, Canadian Law and Society

              Association Lake Louise, Alberta June 3, 2000.

“Crime, Culture and Criticality: Risks and Resistance” Annual Meeting  of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Bishop’s University and Universite de Sherbrooke June 8, 1999.

“Preparing For Safe Re-integration- A Conceptual Overview”,  In Support of Good Corrections: Research to Practice,  Corrections Research Forum, Corrections Canada Conference, Toronto Feb 16, 1999.

“The Law as Mediated Texts : The Commodifying Spectacles of the OJ and Bernardo Trials”, 

              Annual Meeting  of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Brock

              University. June 1996.

“Youth and Children as Mediated Texts: A Critical Ethnography into Cultures of Compliance and Rituals of  Resistance”, Annual Meeting  of the  Qualitative Analysis Conference, McMaster University. May 30,1996.

“Anti- Racist Struggles and the Curriculum: Praxis, Politics and  Practices”, Canadian Anthropology Society,              Annual Conference, York University.  May 7, 1993. 

“The Ethics of Qualitative Criminological Research,” (with K. McCormick), Annual Meeting  of the Qualitative Analysis Conference, Carleton University.  May 23, 1992.

“The Politics of Race and Ethnicity”, Annual Meeting of the  Canadian Sociology and Anthropology

              Association, University of Victoria. May 27, 1990.

“Coalitions, Access and Politics”, Partnerships in Health Conference, McMaster University, September

              21-22, 1990.

“Violence As Male Socialization” and “Doing Criminological  Research: Ethical Implications” Annual Meeting of   Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Laval University, Quebec,  June 1989.

“Access to Social Services: A Progress Report”, National Conference on Social Welfare Policy,

              O.I.S.E. (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education)  Toronto.   October   24-27, 1989.

“Recruiting Police Informants” Annual Meeting  of the Qualitative Analysis Conference, University of Windsor.  May 17, 1988.

“Informal Policing Among Street Populations”  Annual Meeting of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology  Association, Winnipeg, June,  1986.

“Managing Identities” Annual Meeting  of the Qualitative Analysis Conference, University of Waterloo.  May 14, 1986.

“Setting the Stage: Implications and Applications of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”,

              National Conference on the Charter of Rights, April 19, 1985, Park Plaza,  Toronto.

“The Occupationalization of Deviance” and “Masks, Minotaurs and Marginality:  The Social Organization  of Rough  Trade” Annual  Meeting of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Guelph. June 6-9, 1984.

“Staging a Deviant Career” Annual Meeting of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association,

              Vancouver.  June  6, 1983.

 

    

 

Conference Papers: Regional Conferences/ Symposia  Presentations

 

—Invited Regional Conferences/ Symposia  Presentations

Corpus Mysticum: Sociology as a Skin Trade”, Scholarship as a Resource of Hope Festschrift : John O’Neill Body of Work October 17, 2013, York University.

“Distance and Engagement: a critical auto ethnographic account”, Research Matters, World War II Internment, September 21, 2011 (other panel presenters: D. Tsubouchi, R. Perrin)

"Youth, Race, and Criminal Justice”. Round-table jointly organized by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and the Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, December 10, 2010, University of Toronto (with S. Pieters, Deputy Chief P. Sloly, Prof Scott Wortley, Prof S. Thompson). Television broadcast & You Tube

“Youth Gangs: From the Conformity of Criminality to the Criminality of Community”, Conference on Gangsterism, Criminology Society at York University and Law & Society Students’ Association March 06, 2010 , York University.

“Authentic Community Engagement” Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges Conference, sponsored by the John Howard Society of Toronto, March 25, 2009,  Metro Toronto YMCA.

“Anarchy as community Empowerment”, Project Vaughan: Connecting Communities Conference, York University, Oct 24, 2008.

“From Criminal Justice to Just Communities: Empowering Youths ”, Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges Conference, sponsored by the  John Howard Society of Toronto, Scarborough Civic Centre,   September 21, 2007.

“Praxis and Empowerment”, Conference on Doers of Justice: Deconstructing the Racism within, unlearning through Education. York University March 19, 2007.

“Media, Crime and Culture: ontological obfuscations” Huntington University, Sudbury October

20, 2006.

 “Education vs. Incarceration”  April 28, 2006 Panel Discussion with Justice Kophie    B  Barnes, Arnold Minors, Ronald Blake, Sonia Campbell, Malvern Community Centre.

“Socializing Sociology”, Career Day,  Sociology Undergraduate Students Association   (SUSA)    March 16, 2006.  

“Contradictions  of  Terrorism” Colloquium on Crime,  York University Criminology Association,

York University  Feb 21, 2006

Neo Liberalism and Policing” Symposium on Public and Private Policing,  University of Guelph @Humber, April 1, 2005.

“Teaching and Evaluating Controversy”, Annual Symposium on Active Learning Evaluating and Assessing Learning, CST  York University  February 16, 2004.

 “Racial Profiling in Toronto and at the Borders”,  First Annual Conference on Global Citizenship. Nov 28, 2002, Northern Secondary School (other panelists included: Professor Brenda Spotton Visano (York U), Professor Janice Stein (U of T) , Ron McCluskey (Greenpeace Canada)

“Legislating Citizenship: The Culture of Canada’s Multicultural Policy”, Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies, 2002  Speakers Series, Columbus Centre, March 07, 2002. 

“The Impact of Culture on Racializing Crime”, Living and Learning in Retirement. Law in Canadian Society Course, Glendon College, Feb 16, 2001.

“Whiteness as a Cultural Control”, Georgian College, Public Lecture, Black History Month Feb11, 2000.

“‘Contentious Concerns: Racism, Sexism and Violence in the Classroom”, Tapestry of Teaching Conference, Georgian College, Barrie Campus, November  4, 2000.

“Reforming Corrections: the costs of  neo conservative budgets.”  Corrections at the Crossroads:

              A  Public Forum on Prison Reform.  York University.  February 13, 1997.

“Racism as a Cultural Character of Institutionalized Control”,  Racism. Violence and the Police  Symposium.   York University, sponsored by OPIRG, CREER, and CARP. November 5, 1996.

“Putting the Law in Context: Examining White Man's Privilege” Symposium on Aboriginal Peoples

              and Justice Issues. York University. November  27, 1995.

“Fighting Racism: Strategies for Change”, Anti-Oppression Caucus. Faculty of Environmental Studies,York University.  March 15, 1995.

“The Italo-Canadian as the Other: criminalizing communities and communities of crime” Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies, Luncheon Series, Columbus Centre, April 13, 1994.

“The Police and the Media” Ontario Provincial Police Association, 2nd Annual Symposium on Policing: Concepts for Change. Toronto. September 20, 1994. 

“Proposed Amendments to Canada's Immigration Law: A Critical Appraisal”  Immigration Symposium,

                Law and  Society Association. York University.  November 8, 1994.

“Consent, Community and Culture: The Text of Coercive Law”  Different Canadas, Diverse Sociologies,

              Anniversary  Conference. York University. June 3, 1993.

 “Multi-cultural and Multi- Racial  Police Relations”Workshop, Community  Awareness          Programme, Senior Police officers, York Regional Police, January 27, 1993.

“Police Complaints and Juvenile Justice” 2nd Annual Conference on Youth and Criminal Justice.

              Consortium on Youth  Empowerment, George Brown College, Toronto. June 27, 1992.

“Barriers To Professional Development”(other presenters: A. Castrilli,MPP, Senator Bosa and R. Marchese MPP) Conference of the Italian National Congress and the York University Italian Club. York University. November  26, 1992.

“The Ethics of Qualitative Research”Sociology Faculty Colloquium.University of Windsor, Mar12, 1991.

“The Political Economy of Prostitution” Windsor Society of Criminology, University of Windsor     March 14, 1991.

“Racism and Youth Empowerment” Youth Empowerment: Race, Age and Justice Conference, Consortium  on Youth  Empowerment George Brown College, Toronto.  March 22 - 24, 1991.

“Youth, Violence and Culture”, Child Studies Colloquium, Brock University,  January  25, 1991.

“Mobility Patterns of Italo-Canadians” Lecture Series Elia Chair in Italian  Canadian Studies, York University, March 8, 1990.

“Critical Pedagogy”  (with P. Rogers)  Rethinking The  Curriculum: Race, Culture,  and Liberal Education  Conference. York University.  April 27, 1990.

“Nature of Substance Abuse”,  Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. Toronto. May, 1990

“John Cabot's Dubious Contributions to Italo-Canadian History: critical reflections on  distorted

              historiographies”, (other presenters: Senator P. Bosa and The Honourable Judge B. Suppa) National Congress of Italian-Canadians,  Columbus Centre, June  21, 1990.

Urban Deviance”, Ontario Sociology and Anthropology Association  Annual Meeting, Brock

              University, October  20, 1990.

“Police Powers and Knowledge” Symposium, Windsor Society of Criminology.  University of Windsor.  March 8, 1989.

“Beyond Immigration:  The Issue of Accessible Services”   Public Forum, Wagman Centre, North York, October 18, 1989.

“Access and Discrimination” Forum, York University Caribbean  Students' Association.March 25, 1988.

“Racism and the Criminal Justice System”  MAVIC Conference, Ministry of  Correctional

              Services, Glendon College, October 24, 1988.

 “Beyond the  Rhetoric of Multiculturalism”  (with Art Eggleton, Ian Scott

              and David Crombie)  Mayor's Conference on  Access to City Services.  Toronto. June 24, 1987 

“The Meanings of Access”(with R. Doyle)Multicultural Health Coalition Conference. London, Oct 7,

              1987.

“Dispelling Ethnocentric-based Myths about the Mafia”, Annual  Conference for Volunteers, Ministry

              of Correctional Services.  Toronto. October 20, 1987.

“Demographic Implications of Immigration”  Symposium on Family Re-unification. OISE, University

              of Toronto.  November 12, 1987.

“Social Work and Equality”  (with R. Doyle) Ontario Association of Professional  Social Workers.

              Annual Conference.  Laurentian University.  May 29, 1987.

“Nature of Intolerance”  Colour of Justice Symposium.  York University.  May 11, 1987.

“Nature of Access”  (with R. Doyle) Multicultural Health Coalition Conference. University of Toronto.

              November 21,  1986.

“Private Justice and Formal Legal Protections” Law and Society Colloquium. York University. April 16,

              1986.

“The Social Organization of Street Violence” Research Series LaMarsh Research Programme. York University. February,  1985.

“Knowledge Generation and the Local Police”, Ontario Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual

              Meeting.  Toronto. October 21, 1983.

“Learning the Grammar of Partnership”  Police Race Relations Conference, OISE, University of Toronto,

              Toronto, March  18, 1983.

“From Workhouses to Warehouses: The Transformation of  Punishment”, Metro Toronto Social Housing

              Conference.  Civic Centre, North York.  May 28, 1983.

“Homophobia and the History of Repression” Gay Academic Union,  Annual Workshop, University

              of Toronto, March  18, 1982.

“Public Urban Order: Police Knowledge and the State”,   Educational Deviance Ethnography Project and

              Critical  Pedagogy  Workgroup.  OISE, University of Toronto. March 11, 1982.

“Careers and Network Analysis” Presentation to the Faculty (Department of Sociology) University of

              Toronto. Pro Seminar  Series.  January 6, 1981. 

“Diversion as Yet Another Diversion” Annual Staff Development Conference. Canadian Correctional

              Services, Toronto, Feb 23, 1981.

“The Police Studies”(with J. Kitsuse) Discretionary Justice Programme Workshop.Centre of  Criminology.  University of Toronto January 18, 1979.

“Responsibility of the Private Sector Towards Innovative Social Services for Battered Women” Domestic Violence Between Mates Conference.  University of Toronto, Toronto.  March 11, 1977.

“The Police Mobile Study” (with R. Ericson and H. Helder) Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.

              March 16, 1977.   

 

 

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Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities: conference organizer

Member Planning/ Organizing  Committee (The Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies at York University, the Frank Iacobucci Centre in Italian Canadian Studies, University of Toronto, and the College of the Humanities, Carleton University)  Conference: “ From Emigrante to Canadese: the Italian-Canadian Project”  May  7 - 9 2004, Ottawa,  National Library of Canada. 

Co-chair.  International Conference on Economic Integration and Transformation: Structural Change, Equity and Efficiency, York University, May 29-31, 1998.

Conference co-organizer, “Racism, Violence and the Police  Symposium”, sponsored by OPIRG and CREER. York University,  November 5, 1996.

1997 Annual Conference of the American Sociology Association. Invited by the American  Sociology Association. (general planning committee), Toronto, February 9, 1996.

Symposium co-organizer,  “Update From Philadelphia: Mumia Abu-Jamal”. (with Professor Carole Yawney), York University,  February 8, 1996.

Conference co-organizer:  “The Philadelphia -Toronto Dialogue: Million Letter Campaign for Mumia”  (with Carole Yawney), York University,  March 7, 1996.

Organized Workshops on Critical Pedagogies (with Professors P. Rogers and  D. Dippo) Rethinking the Curriculum  Conference, York University, April, 26,   1991. Also facilitator: Creative Processes Session.

Chair, Workshop, Race Relations Certificate Programme, York  University, February 14, 1990.

Qualitative Research Conference “Exploring New Frontiers” (organized with Professors N. Mandell and G. Paasche) York University. May 1990.

Workshop on the Certificate of Race Relations. (organized with M. Goodman and C. Yawney) York University, January, 25, 1989.

Conference Co Chair,  Elderly and Race  Relations. (with Dr  R. Doyle) Access Action Council, Toronto

              1989.

Conference Co Chair, Race, Culture, Religion and the Law (organized with E. Smith)  University of Toronto. January 24, 1989.

Qualitative Research Conference  (organized with N. Mandell, and M. Dietz) University of Windsor,  May 17, 1988.

Chair of Organizing Committee, Mayor's Forum on Access to City Services; members

              included  David Crombie, MP,  Attorney General Ian Scott and Mayor Art Eggleton; City Hall, June 27, 1987.

Chair, National Conference on the Charter of Rights, April 19, 1985, Park Plaza, Toronto. Chair, Organizing Committee.  Conference: Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Members included: Jean Chretien (then former Minister of Justice); Senator A. Cools; H. Chosek (President, NAC on the  Status of Women); Professors David Kairys (Temple University)  and A. Hutchinson (Osgoode Hall Law School). Toronto.   April 19, 1985.

Chair, Conference  on Social Housing, North York, 1983.

Chair, Organizing Committee.  Conference on Police-Race Relations, O.I.S.E., University of Toronto. March 18, 1983

Conference on Violence Between Mates: Wife Assault, O.I.S.E., member of organizing committee;  Chair Professor O’Doyley,  University of  Toronto. 1977. 

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities: conference panel chair and  panel  organizer

Panel Organizer, Material Manifestations of Insidious ideological Injunctions: criminalizing youth conformities”, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 2014.

Panel  Organizer,  “Distance and Engagement in Critical Criminological Theorizing”,  Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology,  Atlanta, November 20, 2013.

Panel Chair,Ontological Criminology” Annual Meeting of the  American Society of Criminology”,             Chicago, November 17, 2012.

Panel Chair and Organizer, two sessions: “Ontological Criminology”, March 2, 2011 and “Situating Order and Sanctions” March 5th, 2011. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto.

Panel Chair,  “Issues in conflict and critical criminology” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, March 14, 2009.

Panel  Organizer with Mauro Buccheri, Master Founders College,  Intellectuals and Society,  Founders College Symposia,  January - April  2007.

Panel Chair and Discussant, “Political Scene”,  Project Vaughan: Towards an Understanding of the Canadian Italian Experience Beyond ‘Little Italy’ Conference, Vaughan. September  29, 2007  (M. Bevilacqua, PC, MP; T. Carella, Concillor; S. DeDuca, Director of Public Affairs Carpenter’s Union).  

Panel Organizer“Law and Criminal Justice”, Meeting  of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology

Association, York University, Toronto May 2006.

Panel Chair and Organizer, “Critical Studies of the Media: Social Construction and Effects”,

Annual Meeting of  the  American Society of Criminology”, Nashville, November 19,     2004.

Panel Chair, “Italo-Canadians, Law and Culture”. Police Chief Julian Fantino, RCMP    Commissioner     Giuliano Zaccardelli, journalist Antonio Nicaso. May 16, 2004 Ottawa,      the National Library of    Canada. 

Panel Chair and Organizer “Critical Approaches to Youth Crimes”, Annual Meeting, Academy          of           Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas March 2004.

Panel Chair, “Structural Issues of Financial and Trade Sectors” Sixth Biennial International Conference Athenian  Policy Form, Loyola University,  Chicago, August 17, 2002.

Panel Chair and Organizer, two sessions on critical criminology, Annual Meeting  of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology  Association, Laval University, Quebec City,  May 27, 2001.

Chair, “Ethnological Approaches of Inter-Textuality”, Qualitative Research  Conference, Glendon College, Toronto,   May 15, 1990.

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities: conference  panel discussant

Discussant, Carceral Geography & The Prisonization of Toronto Black Youth Canadian Sociology Association, Brock University, May 2014.   Discussant and co-organizer of panel: “Multiculturalism as a solution to immigration, refugee trauma and social dislocation themes of inclusion, citizenship and community engagement”, Meeting of Canadian Sociology Association, University of Waterloo (Congress) Tuesday, May 29, 2012.  

Discussant, “Law and Criminal Justice”, Meeting of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, York University, Toronto May 2006.

Discussant, “Structural Issues of Financial and Trade Sectors” Sixth Biennial International Conference Athenian  Policy Form, Loyola University,  Chicago, August 17, 2002.

Discussant, Roundtable on Stereotyping in the Arts, Association of Italian Canadian Writers, 9th Biennial  Conference, Toronto May 25, 2002.

Discussant, Panel Participant, Plenary Session, Tapestry of Teaching Conference, Georgian College, Nov 4, 2000.

Discussant, “Globalization, Economic Instability and the Role of State” (by G. Eaton) Allied Social

              Science Associations, New York, USA.  January 3-5, 1999.

Discussant, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, Sept 15, 1994.

Discussant, Criminology, (chair, R. Ratner) Annual Meeting of  Canadian Sociology and

              Anthropology Association, Carleton University, June 7, 1993.

Discussant, Panel Participant, Commission on Systemic Racism in the Ontario Criminal Justice System, (chair, Judge Cole), Jan.25, 1993.

Discussant, Social Organization of Masculinity, Annual Meeting of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology  Association, Queen's University, June, 1991.

Discussant/ Session Organizer, “Critical Ethnographies”, Annual Meeting of Canadian Sociology

              and Anthropology  Association,  McMaster University, June 1987.

Discussant and Session Organizer, “Re-structuring Carceral Communities”, Annual Meeting of

              Canadian Sociology and Anthropology   Association, University  of Manitoba, June 1986.

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities: conference panel moderator/facilitator:

Moderator,  Food(In)Security Panel  (Canadian Civil Liberties Ass’n) York University, January 30, 2013

Moderator, Symposium on “Sustainable Purchasing Policies: Developing and Implementing Living Documents”, York University September 24th, 2009

Moderator, “Class, Politics and the Italian Community” (panelists: Greg Sorbara, Min of Finance; Sergio Marchi, former Min of Immigration and Former Ambassador to the WTO; Tony Carella, Councillor, Vaughan region). M Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies, November 25, 2006 Columbus Centre.

Moderator, “Youth Violence: Recommendations  and Remedies”, Cycle of Violence Seminar,                                                   York University, March 23,  2005.

Moderator, “Professor Ury Davis Public Lecture on the Apartheid-Israel and the Jewish National              Front”, September 21, 2004 (invited by York University student associations).

Moderator,  “Professor Norman Finklestein Public Lecture on the Israeli Occupation of Palestine”             York University  October 29, 2003.(invited by Atkinson Student Association).

Moderator, “Racial Profiling and Multiculturalism”,  (CARRP) York University, October 30, 2003.

Moderator, Standard Research Grants,  SSHRC, a workshop for the faculty (with Noli Swatman) sponsored by ORA York University,  September 07, 2001.

Moderator, “Culture”, Women's Rights are Human Rights: Focus On Youth Conference, International

              Symposium (United Nations) (Centre for Feminist Research & Centre for Refugee Studies), York University, March 7,1995.

Moderator, “Young Offenders Act: Appraising the Amendments”. Plenary Session. Concepts for Change

              2nd Annual Symposium on Policing, Ontario Provincial Police Association, Toronto,

              Sept. 20, 1994.

Facilitator, “Visioning, Community Development and Local Initiatives”, Board Development, Lawrence Heights Area Alliance, October 19, 28, and   Nov 7, 1992. 

Facilitator, Youth Empowerment Conference, George Brown College,  March 22, 1991.

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities:  conference participant

Participant, Summer School for Academic Administrators, York University, May 28 -29, 1996.

Participant, Workshop on Teaching Law and Social Sciences, Glendon College, York University,

              May 10, 1988.

 

 

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION--LECTURES/ PUBLIC ADDRESSES – invited

 

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION --

UNIVERSITY WELCOMING ADDRESSES and CLOSING REMARKS – Invited

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION:

Workshops/Training Sessions—Organizer/ Facilitator

 

 

Editorial Positions — Journals/ Working Papers

 

-Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Editorial Positions— *

 

--Member,  Editorial Board. Theoria and Praxis  (Y. Bukan, Editor in Chief) 2013- present.

--Member, Editorial Board.  International Comparative Social Studies (ICSS) -- book series of Brill Academic Publishers Leiden, the Netherlands, (Will Arts, Editor). Other Board members include S.N. Eisenstadt, Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel, Jock Young,   2000- present.

--Member, Journal of Pro-Poor Growth:An International Perspective  ISSN:2306-16692013-(Dr. Khalid Zaman, Department of Management Sciences,Institute of Information Technology Abbottabad, Pakistan).

--Member. Editorial Board, International Journal of Comparative Sociology. (Sage Publisher). 1996 - present.

--Member, Editorial Board, Perspectives on Development Policy in the Greater Mekong 2013- present.

--Member, International Advisory Board, The Dearborn Educator, an Applied Perspective in Educational  Practice (K. Ayouby, editor) 2003- present.            

--Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Comparative Criminology, (International

Division, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences). 2003-2008.

Co editor, International Journal of Comparative Criminology, (deSitter Publisher), 2000-2002

--Member,  Editorial Board. Addictions: An International Research Journal. (T. Carella, editor) 1998 – 2010.

--Associate Editor. International Journal of Comparative Sociology. (Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands). 1996 - 2000.

Consulting Editor. International Journal of Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies  (deSitter, Toronto). 1994 -1995. 

--Managing Editor.  International Journal of Comparative Sociology, (Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands). 1993 -1995.

Consulting Editor.  Journal of Asian and African Studies (Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands) 1992-1994.

--Member of the Executive-Canadian Representative, North Eastern Academy of Criminal Justice   Association, 1988 - 1991.

Member and Reviewer, Advisory Committee, International Journal  of Comparative Sociology, 1989 -1999.

--Member and Reviewer, Editorial Board, Monographs and Theoretical Studies in Sociology and    Anthropology, 1989.

--Member and Patron, Editorial Collective.  Journal of Human Justice, 1989 - 1993.

--Member, Editorial Board.  Canadian Criminology Forum, 1979-1980

--Editorial Advisory Board, Social Welfare Management Occasional Papers, La Trobe University 1992- 1994.

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AdvisoryBoards/ Executive Positions/ Professional Consultations

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Executive Positions*

--Member, Founding, Advisory Board. Canadian Institute for International Policing, Sudbury (Frank Elsner, Chief of Police,  2011- present.

--Member, Executive, Board of Directors, Ontario Confederation of Faculty Associations (OCUFA), June 2013 - 2014.

--Member, Board of Directors, Ontario Confederation of Faculty Associations (OCUFA), June 2007- 2013 (also member OCUFA Staff Relations Committee 2007- 2013).

--Member, Board of Directors, Canadian Friends of Burma.  (http://www.cfob.org/) April 2013- present

--Member, International Research Linkages Panel (IRLP), Institute of Social Sciences, Academy of Social Sciences Ho Chi Minh City,

Viet Nam (contact:TS Nguyn, Director).  2006- present.

--Chair, Personnel Committee, Board of Regents, Huntington University, 2011- present.

--Member, Executive Committee, Board of Regents, Huntington University, 2011- present.

--Member, Board of Directors, Multicultural Women's Organisation, 2012- present

(http://abdullahsalick.wix.com/mwoiint)

--Member, Board of Directors, Friends in Trouble (FIT). Toronto  (contact : Jamal Clarke), 2006 – present. (also Member of the Media Committee)

--Member of the Steering Committee, UniF Canada, (University of Fondwa, Haiti),  2006- present.

--Member, Board of Directors, Petit a Petit/ Peace by Piece Foundation Inc, Toronto, (contact:  S. Chugh),  2006 -present.

--Member, Board of Directors, Tumaini House, Toronto, (contact : Exec  Director, Japheth Omosa).

--Co Chair with Bill Currie, Police Studies Degree Advisory Development Committee, Curriculum: Development and Renewal Committee, Georgian College. (contact D. Dubois, Dean, Georgian College) 1999- 2008.

--Member, (by invitation), Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, 2004- 2008.

--Member, Advisory Council, Ontario Provincial Police, Education and Development Services Board, (appointed by former OPP Commissioner Boniface),  2001- 2009.

--Member, Educational Advisory Committee, Marcus Garvey Community Centre for Leadership and    Education, (contact AJ Clarke President), Toronto, 2008- 2010

--Member, Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 1980 – 1990.      

Chair, Citizen's Advisory Committee, Correctional Services of Canada (Parole), Solicitor- General, 1987-1990.

--Member, National Congress of Italian Canadians, Awards Committee (Order of Merit), (July 1994: reviewed 29 nominations; July 1995: reviewed 12 nominations; July 1996: reviewed  37 nominations; July, 1999; reviewed 12 nominations; May, 2000: reviewed 13 nominations).

--Member, Board of Directors, Vita Nova Rehabilitation Centre   (substance abuse), 1988-1990.

Chair.   Charter of Rights and Freedom  Action Group, 1989 -1990.

--Member, Social Services Network. Canadian Council on Social  Development, 1989.

--Member, Advisory Board,  Centre for Justice Studies, Humber College, 1990 - present.

--Chair,  Charter of Rights Action Committee, 1986 -1990.

Member, Canadian Committee for Religious Freedoms and Human Justice, 1989 -1995.

--Member, Board of Directors, Access Action Committee, 1986 - 1991.

--Director, Police Council on Race Relations,  1986-1987.

--Director.  Board of Directors, Social Planning Council of  Metropolitan Toronto, 1982 - 1990.

--Vice-President.  Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto,  1985-1986.

Committee of Planning and Coordinating Organizations,   1985-1986.

Chair, Task Force on Multiculturalism and Race Relations, Social Planning Council, 1989-1990.

Member, Task Force on Multiculturalism and Race Relations, Social Planning Council, 1993.

Chair, Steering Committee.  Multicultural Advisory Group.  1984.

Chair, Family and Community Services Group,.  Social Planning Council.  Projects included: support for  single parents, violence against women, support for Mothers' Action Group, Women and Work, 1983-  1986.

Member, Board of Directors, Italian Centre for Diabetes. 1978-1980.

Member, Advisory Board, Italian-Canadian Benevolent Corporation.  1976 – 1981.

Vice-President,  Public Service Alliance of Canada. (Toronto local), 1975.

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION—PUBLIC AND SOCIAL POLICY— ADVISORY BOARDS —Resource Person

Advisor, Women's Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc. (contact Ms Georgia Graham) 2009- present

Advisor and  Research Consultant, Vita Nova Foundation,   2005- present

York Region, Youth Project, “Vaughan Values” (contact  T. Carella, municipal councillor), 2004-

WHYYMEE Family Counselling Foundation of Toronto (youth serving agency), member, 2003- present.

Correctional Services Canada, 1990 - present.

Advisor, African Canadian Legal Clinic.  Toronto, 1996 - 1997.

Canadian Alliance in Solidarity in Solidarity with the Native Peoples.  1995 -2004.

Italian Canadian Resources in Ontario, 1992.

Afro-Caribbean Student Association, Member (Honorary), University of Toronto, 1989-1991.

Mayor's Committee on Community/ Race Relations 1982-1989.

Consortium on Youth Empowerment, 1991 - 1994.

York Italian Cultural Association, Honorary Member .  1991-.

Club Avanti (visually impaired), Advisor.  Toronto, 1993-.

York Regional Police Community Liaison, 1991 - 1994.

Homeless Youth Housing Network. Toronto, 1983.

Metropolitan Toronto Police Committee on Race  Relations, 14 Division, Toronto, 1981-1983.

Support Services Group, Right to Privacy Committee.   1981-1982.

Under 21 Covenant House, Volunteer, Toronto, 1982.

Metropolitan Labour Council, 1979-1980.

Vanier Institute for Women.  Volunteer. Brampton, 1973-1974.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION—PUBLIC AND SOCIAL POLICY —CONSULTATIONS—Expert Witness

Law firm of P. Della Sciucca re immigration services, 2011.

Law firm of Rishi  Singh re recidivism, 2010.

Law firm of L. Genova and Associates,  re. Group psychology, February 2000.

The Ian Coley Coroner's Inquest, Toronto  (contact: Davies  Bagambiire, Counsel and Executive Directorof African Canadian Legal Clinic),  August 14, 1995.

Blackburn v Niagara Regional Police (Human Rights Complaint) , Ontario Human Rights Commission September 14, 1995.

R v Bainbridge,  Nov 24, 1995; March 11, 1996; March 25, 1997  (contact: Richard Macklin, Falconer  &  Associates)PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION—ACADEMIC AND CURRICULAR

CONSULTATIONS

Mr D. Tsubouchi,    Registrar College of Trades, Jan 21, 2014

Program Review, Certified Management Accountant Program (MTP), Odette School of Business,         University of Windsor, 2012. February

Undergraduate Program Review (UPR), Internal Consultant, Italian Studies Program, DLL, York University (with Professor Mazzotta, Yale University external consultant). February 2011 -  April  2011

Interviewed by Angelika Kerr of HECQO  re  Introducing Innovative Approaches to Teaching Large           classes  Recommended to HECQO  by  Patrick J. Monahan, Vice-President Academic and              Provost. January 14, 2011.

Critical Mentoring Program, Division on Critical Criminology - American Society of Criminology http://critcrim.org/critmentors,   2005- present.

Public Administration and Justice Studies 2004- 2005. (with J. Krikorian, W. Giles, L. Sanders).

Undergraduate Program Review (UPR), Internal Consultant, Italian Studies Program , DLL,  York University November 2002 - January 2003 (with Professor Loriggio, Carleton University external consultant).

Member, Advisory Team , Project: Juvenile Prostitution (Chair Dr. Makha Khittasangka, Dean, School of Management), Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai,  Thailand 2003.

Applied Degree in Police Sciences, Georgian College, 2000- 2002 (with Dean Dubois). 

Criminology Degree, Faculty of Arts, 2001 (with L. Jacobs, G. Kellough).

Masters in Criminal Justice,  University of Toledo, 2001 (with Chair M. Boss, Dean Sullivan).

Associate Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo. Ohio prepared a Report on “The Contexts of a Graduate Masters Degree in Criminal Justice: communicating the niche with a unique program of study”. Report .  January  2001.

Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo. with Dr B. Spotton prepared two Reports on “Revising the criminal justice curriculum” . Toledo, November-December 1999.

Georgian College Justice and Security  Studies Programme (Dr K. McCormick, Coordinator)

Report on the “Review of Proposed degree in Applied Police Sciences” September 2000.

Seneca College, Board of Directors , (Judge S. Merenda, Chair), “Future Directions: Accountability of Boards” 1999; “Police Studies: Future Trends” Law and Security Programme (Dr Fleming) 2000.

Public Service Studies Degree, Liberal Arts Degree, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies (With L. Sanders, M. Goodman, C. Duran) 1998.

Certificate Anti Racist Research and Practice (CARRP), Co-Founder with M. Goodman and C.  Yawney.  Developed needs assessment, prepared documents, consulted with  appropriate University committees and community groups, budget devised 1988- present.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION—PUBLIC AND SOCIAL POLICY CONSULTATIONS

Lobby Day, Queen’s Park,  (OCUFA)  individualized meetings with R. Marchese, MPP; Monte Kwinter, MPP; Mario Sergio, MPP; Tracy MacCharles, MPP; re Post Secondary           Education October 23, 2013.

Meeting with Mayor M. Bevelaqua, Vaughan re  professional and academic teaching collaboration  June 4, 2012

Lobby Day, Queen’s Park,  (OCUFA)  individualized meetings with 5 MPP’s re Post Secondary               Education April 4, 2012

Department of Defense, Republic of Macedonia April 18, 2010 (contact: Julianna Atanasovski). Canada - Macedonian comparisons re sexual assaults

Parliament Day, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), Nov 26,  2009: individualized consultations re federal policy on funding post secondary institutions with the following MP’s: Hon. Kenneth Dryden,  Hon. Judy Sgro.

Parliament Day, Canadian Association of University Teachers  (CAUT),  Nov 22, 2007:  individualized consultations re federal policy on funding post secondary institutions with the following MP’s: Hon. Kenneth Dryden,  Susan Kadis, Hon. Judy Sgro,  Maurizio Bevelacqua.

Labourers International Union of North America (LIUNA) 2003-2004 (contact: John Mandarino).

National Congress of Italian Canadians, Toronto (with A. Hofstetter, T. Carella, G. Grande) September 2003 Social Cohesion ProjectHeritage Canada..

National Youth Justice Roundtable, Department of Justice, 2001.

VitaNova Foundation, 1999.

Commission on Systemic Racism in the Ontario Criminal Justice System, (chair, Judge Cole), Jan.25, 1993.

Metro Police, 52 Division, Homeless People and  Police Relations, October, 1992.

Access Management International, 1991.

Special Committee of  the  House of Commons  on  the  Review of the  C.S.I.S. Act. (invited), 1990.

Law Reform Commission  Project on-the Multiculturalism Act (in reference to forms of  racial discrimination).  (invited) 1990.

Select Committee of MPPs, Queen's Park, Toronto, (invited) Chair:  M. Harris, MPP. June 25, 1990.

Metropolitan Toronto Council, Chair Tonks' Committee, (invited with Dr R. Doyle)  July 31, 1990.

Minister of Community and Social Services re: Gail Gentleman's project on “Juvenile Runaways”, Oct. 1987.

Metropolitan Toronto Council, Community Services and Housing Committee,(invited with Dr R. Doyle May 14, 1987.

Legislative Committee on the Children's Act, (invited), Queen's   Park,  Toronto, February 21, 1984.

Metropolitan Toronto  Task Force on Violence Against Women and Children, (invited with M. Harker) City Hall, Toronto, October 21, 1983.

 Metropolitan Task Force for Low Income Single People, City Hall, (invited with E. Frerichs and W. Dwyer)  Toronto, June 23, 1983.

A.R.A. Associates re. Prostitution Studies, January 1987 and re. Mini-police Stations, December, 1983.

Ministry of Community and Social Services re. M. Benjamin's project on Juvenile Prostitution, April ‘85., 

Metropolitan Toronto Police Force re. short-term   projects on new police  headquarters, July 1982; compressed work  week, Feb. 1984; mini-police stations, December 1983.

Standing Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs re. Bill C-53, (invited),  Amendments to Criminal Code on Sexual Offenses,   March 8, 1982.

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Journal Refereeing

Canadian Review of Social Policy, Look at my Life: Access to Education for Incarcerated Youth in Toronto”, July 2013.

Canadian Review of Social Policy, “Community Based Alternatives: Lessons from a Restorative Justice Program”, September 2005.

Canadian Review of Social Policy, “Caring for Victims of Violent Crimes: Issues of Assistance and Compensation in Canada”,  January 2005.

Canadian Public Policy/ Analyse de Politiques  ‘The Multiculturalism Debate’ 1997.

Canadian Journal of Sociology. 1997.

Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology.  1996.

International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 1996-present.

Journal of Asian and African Studies. 1993 - 2006.

Journal of Developing Societies.  1993 - 2006.

Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 1990

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Invited Reviewer of External Grants

SSHRC, 2014 (January) $231,000

SSHRC, 2013 (January) $195, 000  

SSHRC, 2010 (January).  Standard Research Grant, $89,000.

SSHRC,2009 (January). , $90.000.

SSHRC,2006.  Standard Research Grant, $120,458.

SSHRC,2003.  Standard Research Grant,, $52,960.

SSHRC,2002.  Standard Research Grant, $84,000.

SSHRC,CURA,  1999.  ($600, 000 requested, proposal was successful)

SSHRC,1993.$50, 298.

SSHRC,1991. $46, 987.

Social Science Federation of Canada, 1986

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Invited External Assessor (Confidential)

for Professional Contribution and Standing ( re tenure and promotion)

- Huntington University 2012 (candidate’s pre- candidacy letter)

- Huntington University 2012 (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- Carleton University 2012 January (candidate’s promotion to Full Professor)

- University of Toronto 2012 February (candidate’s promotion to Full Professor)

- Huntington University 2011 November (candidate’s tenure and promotion to Associate     Professor)

- Laurentian University 2010 (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- Ryerson University (Sociology), 2006    (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- University of Toledo 2005     (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- University of Windsor , 2002 (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- Brescia College University, 2000 (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- U. of British Columbia 1991 (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

- University of Alberta 1985   (candidate’s tenure  and promotion to Associate Professor)

 

Scholarly and Professional Academic Activities—Other Reviews—Books

 

2013.  Review of Book Proposal, Criminal Immorality from Above: Organised Crime, Violence and the State. The Policy Press, University of Bristol, Clifton, UK.

2012. Tangerine Murders by Dr R. Doyle, APF Press, Toronto. (April)

2012 Trinidad and Tobago: Visions of Hope   by Abdul Salick, XL, Toronto (September)

2009. Second Edition of Dynamics of Political Crime by Jeffrey Ian Ross ,  Polity Press Cambridge,  UK.

2009. Second Edition of Dynamics of Political Crime by Jeffrey Ian Ross , The Policy Press, University

of Bristol, Clifton, UK.

2008. Perennial Questions, Contemporary Responses: Exploring Meaning, Subjectivity and Society through Cornelius Castoriadis and Charles Taylor for review. Brill Leiden, The Netherlands

2004. Criminal Justice Press, USA John A. Winterdyk (Ed). “Adult Corrections: International Systems      and Perspectives Criminal Justice Press Project.

2003. Routledge, UK  .   “Social Identity”  2nd ed.

2002. Pearson,. “Deviance, Conformity and Social Control”

2001. Fernwood Publishers,. “Breaking the Links Between Marginality and Condemnation: Critical Criminology in Canadian Society”

1998. Prentice-Hall Canada, “Young Offenders in Canada”

1985. Prentice-Hall Canada, “The Social Dimensions of Legal Control”,

1996. HBJ - Holt Canada,   “Crime in Canada”

1992. HBJ - Holt Canada,  “Canadian Criminology”

1991. Edwin Mellen Press, N.Y. “Troina”

A. Blum’s  “Convention and Law”,  Committee on Research, Grants and Scholarships, Faculty of Arts Research Grant, York University. 1996.

A. Allahar’s “Class, Politics and Sugar in Colonial Cuba”  University of Western Ontario, 1990.

Member, Awards Committee.  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.  1988-1989 (reviewed  21 studies).

Papers in Honour of Nels Anderson.  Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1988 - 1991.

Health and Welfare Canada.  (assessed 12 projects, funding of 2 million dollars) 1988.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION--PUBLIC COMMUNICATION--LECTURES/ PUBLIC ADDRESSES – invited

“The Social Organization of Bullying: From the Classroom to the Playground”, St Francis De Sales School, January 13, 2014.

“Racial Profiling and Police Carding”, Malvern Family Resource Centre, Toronto,  December 12, 2013.

Opening Address, “Book Launch of Trinidad and Tobago: Visions of Hope by Abdul Salick”,  November 14, 2013.

York Day, “Promotion and Tenure: The Process & Requirements” facilitator and presenter, 2 sessions;

August 27, 2013.

“Criminology and Careers: Nature of Networks”, Criminology Career Panel,  Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University October 27th, 2011.

“Distance and Engagement: a critical auto ethnographic account”, Research Matters, World War II Internment, September 21, 2011 (other panel presenters: D. Tsubouchi, R. Perrin)

“The Nature of Criminology”, Founders College Academic Orientation 2011-2012,  Founder College,  August 24, 2011

“SSHRC presentation, The Numbers Game! Preparing a Budget & Final Steps”, LA&PS SSHRC Standard  Session,  April 19, 2010.

“The Nature of Teaching Stream Appointments” presentation to the Executive Committee of the Ryerson Faculty Association, Toronto,  February 23, 2010.

“The Atkinson Legacies: Decanal Reflections” Heritage Moments, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies,  March 4, 2009.

“The Nature of Independent Studies”, Workshop on Directed Readings, Student and Alumni Relations (STARS), Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies,   July 22, 2008.

“SSHRC Application process:  strategies and tactics,” Atkinson Research Day, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies,  April 14, 2008.

“Community – Campus Connections: A Critical Analysis”  Fostering Unity: Campus and Beyond Conference,  CAARP, York University  March 18, 2008  (taped).

"The Impact of Hermeneutics on the Justice of Anarchy"McLaughlin College Lunch Hour Talk, March 10, 2008 (taped).

 “Preparing the FPC and AC Reports: Cultural Considerations”  Tenure and Promotion Training Session,  Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies,  February 28, 2008.

“Criminology and Careers: the 3C’s – Commitment, Connections and Curiosity”,  Criminology Career Panel,  Faculty of Arts, York University January 31st, 2008.

“The Community Concept”, The CFNY  Community Strengthening Town Hall (live broadcast) January 25, 2008.

“Ontonomology as Injustice: Anarchist Contributions” Research Seminar Series, School of Social Sciences January 22, 2008 (podcast).

“Literacy and Delinquency”,  St Conrad Catholic School. Toronto, April 20, 2007.

“The Intellectual Legacy of Italian Anarchists.”  Intellectuals and Society Series, Founders College Symposia,  April 3rd 2007.

“Crisis in Confidence”, Blessed Margherita of Cittá di Castello Catholic School, Toronto December 15, 2006.

“Funding for Applied Research,” Funding Research Seminar,  Huntington University, Sudbury  October 21, 2006.

“Improving the Experience and Broadening the Mandate: Part-Time, Mature and Non

Traditional Students  with Leslie Sanders. Academic Planning Forum May 11, 2006 (invited by APPC).

“Aggression among Children” Yorkhill Elementary School, March 20, 2006.

“Youth Resistance and Youth –Police Interactions”, Symposium  on Black History Month,  Church of the Nativity, Malvern, Toronto, February  5, 2006.

 Self Confidence and Bullying”, Blessed Margherita of Cittá di Castello Catholic School, Toronto October 20, 2005.

“From the Cycle of Violence to the Circle of Life”, Youth for Humanity, Toronto, September 10. 2005.

“Law and Order: from troubleshooting to troublemaking”, mini lecture, March Break ’05, 

Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies, York University, March 08, 2005.

“The Teaching/Learning Dynamic  and the Dialectics of Learner Empowerment”, Central Michigan University, College of Extended Learning,  October 22, 2004. 

“Criminal Law Cases”, Panel Discussion  with Judge S. Merenda , Rudi Covre , Diana Meadwell,    Northern Secondary School, Toronto  April 22, 2004.

“Law and Order: from troubleshooting to troublemaking”, March Break ’04,  mini lecture, York University March 13, 2004.

“Criminal Justice: A Case of Cultural Contradictions”,  Winston Churchill Collegiate, General School

Assembly, Toronto February 18, 2004

“Criminal Law”, Panel Discussion  with Judge Merenda and  Inspector M. Federico,  Northern Secondary School, Toronto  April 16,  2003.

"Policing and Prisoning" Brescia University College,  University of Western Ontario. March 04, 2002

“Law and Society ” Northern Secondary School, Toronto, April 23, 2002.

“Youth, Crime and Colour”, Youth for Humanity, Toronto, November 3,              2001.

“Youth Crime, Law and Culture,” Northern Secondary School, Toronto,  May 30, 2001.

“Juvenile Justice and the Culture of Violence”,  St Agnes Elementary School, Toronto, May 2, 2001

“Politics of Criminal Law: Social Implications” (with Inspector  M. Federiko, Judge Merenda,

L. Genova) Northern Secondary School, Toronto, April 11, 2000.

“Socio-moral aspects of the criminal law” (with Judge  S. Merenda, J. Barrett, L. Genova)

Northern Secondary School, Toronto, April 13, 1999.

“Reliving the First Year Experience” School for Academic Administrators (organized by  B. Fenton,

Associate Vice President,  York University, October 8, 1998

“Profane Paradoxes of Performative Pleasures: Prostitution as a Punitive Practice”  Sociology and Equity

Studies, OISE/ University of Toronto,  February 3, 1998.

“Redirecting  Visions” Atkinson Council Presentation., March 19,1997.

“Mirrors and Windows: Criminal Justice and Judging Crime”, Eastdale Collegiate, Toronto School Board

November 26, 1992.  

“Youth, Racism and Moral Development”, Eastdale Collegiate, Toronto School Board , December           2, 1992 .

“The Workplace and  Drugs”, Unox Industries, United Way Presentation, North York, Ont. Oct 10, 1991

“Law and Society”, (with K. McCormick) Regina Pacis High School,  Metro Toronto Separate School

Board, July 26, 1991.     

“Community Policing”, Liaison Seminar, York Regional Police, Richmond Hill, April 23, 1991.

“Confronting the Self: Race, Class and Gender Struggles within Service Delivery Systems”, Professional

Development Workshop,  Street Outreach Services of Metro Toronto, January 15, 1991.

“Sociology of A.I.D.S.”, Symposium on A.I.D.S. and the Italian Community, Community

Forum, Columbus Centre, North York. June 28, 1989.

“Anti-Racist and Anti-Sexist Teaching: Curriculum and Praxis”,  Professional  Development Seminar

Metro Toronto Separate School Board, Columbus Centre, North  York.  October 27, 1989.

“Sociology of Youth Gangs”, Community Forum, Etobicoke Social  Development Council,

Etobicoke, September 21, 1989  (televised).

“The Law and Mental Illness”, York Regional Self- Help Association, Aurora, Ontario, Dec 19, 1988

“Reviewing the Access Report”  (with K.Bakshi) Community Forum, Toronto, February 17, 1987.

“The Role of Planning Councils”, Metropolitan Toronto Council, Committee, January, 1986.

“Beyond Charity: Redistribution of Fundamental Resources”, Council of City of York, May, 1983.

“Interpreting Juvenile Legislation”,  Thistletown Collegiate,  Toronto Board of Education, Nov27, 1980.

 “Perceptions of Law: Police-Labour Relations”, Education Series: Union Counsellor Course,

Labour Council of Metro Toronto,  November 21, 1979 and November 4 and 5, 1980.

“The Impact of Diversion”, (with K. Couse) Diversion Conference,  Seneca College, Toronto, Sept  1974

“The Failings of Our Penal System”, York Community Centre,  Toronto,  September  1974.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION--PUBLIC COMMUNICATION --

UNIVERSITY WELCOMING ADDRESSES and CLOSING REMARKS – Invited

Closing Remarks, Convocation Ceremonies,  Huntington University, September 29, 2011.

Closing Remarks, Convocation Ceremonies,  50th Anniversary of Huntington University, May 2010.

Presentation Address, Honorary Doctorate (Huntington University) to B. Reider, Fir Grove Community, Toronto. October 24, 2009.

Presentation Address, Honorary Doctorate (Huntington University) to B. Tamblyn, Convocation Georgian College, Barrie, October 27, 2009.

Welcoming Address, 1st  National Conference of the  Canadian Society of Criminology May 01, 2003.,

Welcome / Introductory Comments, Orientation, Department of Nursing, Atkinson College Nov 27, 1998.

With President L. Marsden, VP Stevenson, Introductory Remarks, Welcome and Overview, Launching of the BA in Public Service Studies York University, November 9, 1998.

Strategic Directions, Centre for Police and Security Studies, Board of Advisors,  November 9,1998

Convocation Address Fall Convocation, York University, November 1998 (printed in the Atkinsonian, Nov/ Dec, 1998).

Information Session, “Atkinson College’s Contribution to the  University Centre at Durham”, Durham College November 1998.

Welcome and Congratulations, Awards Dinner, Atkinson College, November 1998.

Georgian College Articulation and Partnerships, Launch September, 1998.

Welcome and Introductory Remarks” Atkinson College Student Association , Orientation Aug 22,1998.,

Convocation Address, Spring, Convocation,  York University,  June , 1998 (printed in The Atkinsonian July, 1998).

Welcoming Address, International Conference on Economic Integration and Transformation: Structural

              Change, Equity and Efficiency, York University,  May 29-31, 1998.

With President L. Marsden and Dr. S Fleming Welcome and Overview of Peter Gzowski’s Contributions, In Honour of the Celebration of Atkinson 35th Anniversary,  March 26, 1998.

Convocation Address, Fall Convocation of York University, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Nov,1997.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION--PUBLIC COMMUNICATION:

Workshops/Training Sessions—Organizer/ Facilitator

Presentation on Tenure and Promotion to Glendon Faculty Council, March 30, 2012. 

Facilitator,  In - Service Training Workshops and York University Security Officer Development Training Workshops.  

              “Security as a Profession”, November 13, 1990;

              “Legal Overview”, November 14,1990, (repeated on April 2, April 3, April 30, and May 1, 1991). 

              “Professions and Self Concept”, May 25, and June 8, 1992

York University Security Officer Refresher Courses.Organized sessions on Profession:  two week training sessions annually 1991. Assisted  in    developing and organizing Security Officer Development Programme, York  University, 1990-1993. Member, Task Force on Training, Department of Security  and Parking Services, York University (Chair:P. MacDonald) 1989 – 1990.

In-Service Workshop on Police Liaison, Community Relations and Policing, York Regional Police Force.

              June 20, 1991.

Facilitator, Police Race Relations Training Conference, Council on Race Relations and Policing, Toronto,  Nov.  28, 1990.

In-service staff training workshop for Correctional Services of Canada on Hostage-Taking, March 10,

              1989.

In-service training for members of the Board of  Japanese Family Services re. methodological issues     in race  relations studies.  March 12, 1989.

“Roles of the Police”, Training Conference, Salvation Army Correctional Workers, Toronto, March 12,

              1984.

 

 

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Teaching

 

GRADUATE SUPERVISIONS*            CAREER NUMBERS

PhD principal supervisor completed:25

PhD principal supervisor in progress:10

PhD committee member completed:33

PhD committee member in progress:10

MA principal supervisor (MRP) completed:34

MA principal supervisor (Thesis) completed: 03

MA committee member (MRP) completed:31

MA committee member (Thesis) completed:05         

MA principal supervisor (MRP) in progress:0

MA principal supervisor (Thesis) in progress:05

MA committee member (MRP)  in progress:0

MA committee member (Thesis) in progress:08

PhD /MA/ MSW/ LLM Dean’s Representative:56                       

PhD / MA Outside Programme Member:52

External Examiner:10

                                                                                    Total: 271

 

Ph.D. Supervision—Principal Supervisor—Completed

 

--2008 – 2014        Gabriella Colussi Arthur, Education, “Methodological Reflections in Italian-Canadian Storytelling” (Sept, 2014), (currently employed, York University)

--- 2008 – 2013. Carlos Torres. “The Myth of Martial Law: The Dynamics of Crisis Management and Fragmented Human Rights Boom in Argentina"

-- 2005 - 2011   Katherine Osterlund, “Encountering Our ‘Others’ and Ourselves: Normative  Constructions of Monogamy in Contemporary Culture”

-- 2003 - 2008. Reza Barmaki, “Canadian Dream, Capitalism, and the State: Structural Conditions of Youth Gambling in Canada”(currently employed U of T Mississauga)

-- 2002- 2007.  Walter Persaud, “International Education in Thailand: a postcolonial analysis.”

--2000- 2007.  Paul Brienza, “The Structure of Legal Communication: Vico and the Social Theory of Law.”

-- 2002-2006.  Stephen Bosanac, “Real Life in the Virtual World: The Political Economy of Cyberspace”

-- 2000-2005. Anas Karzai, “From Social Philosophy to Sociology: The Dialectics of Nihilism and Social Affirmation in Nietzsche’s Thought”. (currently employed  Laurentian University).

-- 2000-2005.Elarick Persaud, “Ghetto Echoes: Hip Hop’s Subversive Aesthetics” (currently employed SUNY New Palz, NY).

-- 1997-2002.Claudio Colaguori “Agon Culture: The Ideology of Conflict and the Order of Domination”   (currently employed York  University).

--1997-2001.Curtis Clarke, “Motivation, Justification and Innovation: The Marriage of Neo Liberal

Rationalities and Community Based Policing” (currently employed Athabaska University, Alberta).

-- 1996- 2001. Stephen Muzzatti, “Post Industrial Gothic Punk ‘n Roll on Route 666: Labelling Theory, Moral Crusades and Marilyn Manson’s Dead to the World Tour” (currently employed Ryerson University)

-- 1995-2000  Gamal Abdel -Shehid, ““Who Da’ Man:Masculinities and Sport in Canada” nominated for dissertation award (currently employed : York University)

-- 1993-1999. David Baker, “Community Policing and Forms of Exclusion” (currently employed: Texas Southern University, Houston)

-- 1994-1999.Marilyn Corsianos, “Cultural and Structural Determinants of Police Discretion” (currently employed Eastern Michigan University)

-- 1994-1998.  Dick Butcher, “Sociology of the Shadow” (currently employed SUNY Potsdam, NY)

-- 1992-1998.  Michael Spivey “Identity Politics of A Southern Tribe: A Critical Ethnography” (currently employed University of North Carolina @ Pembroke).

-- 1994- 1998.        Kathy Orban, “Women in Policing: Gendered Control” (currently employed  Marygrove College, Detroit).

-- 1990- 1995.        Kevin McCormick, “Electrifying the Carceral Culture” (currently employed, President of                              Huntington University, Sudbury).

-- 1989- 1994.        Lisa Jakubowski, “Immigration and the Legalization of Racism”               (currently employed

Brescia University College, University of Western Ontario).

-- 1988-1993.         James Hodgson, “Police-Community Relations: Organizational and Structural Barriers

Inhibiting Effective Police- Community  Exchanges” (currently employed Virginia State University,  Va).

-- 1988- 1993.        Ron Stansfield,               “Policing, Transformations and Forms of  Consciousness” (currently employed University of Guelph).

-- 1988-1992.         James Blandford, “Divagating Careers: Toy Boys and Alternate Choices”.   

-- 1984- 1989.        Arif Ahmed. (Acting Supervisor, 1987), “Women in Transition: A Study in Social Change”(currently employed government of Bangladesh).

-- 1984- 1988.        Linda Zon,“Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia:  Managing An Eating  Disorders” (Ontario                                     government).

             

 

 

Ph.D. Supervision—Member—Completed

 

 

--2013.      Jennifer Mills, “Conference Connections: Identity, Ideology and Institutions in the Congress of Black Women of Canada (CBWC)” , 1973-2003.   (June)

--2011.      Andreas Georgiou, “Being and Time of the Everyday: A Critique of Distance and Engagement” 

--2010.      Raimundo Reece, “Caged (No)Bodies : Exploring the Racialized and Gendered Politics of Incarceration of Black Women in the Canadian Prison System”.

--2008.      Lina Samuel, “Disruption, Displacement, Ambivalence: The Making of Migrant Identities  Among  Women in the Keralite Diaspora” (also Examining Chair).

--2007.      Elizabeth Asante, “Translating Human Security and Gender Security in Contemporary Development Policy and Practice”. --2006       Jeff Shantz, “Organizing Anarchy: Political Practice and Contemporary Anarchist Movements” (also Examining Chair).

--2005.      Naomi Couto “The Education, Integrity and Praxis.” (currently employed York University).

--2004.      Marianne Vardalos, “A Critique of New Tourism: The Case of Goa”Acting Supervisor 

              (currently employed Laurentian University)

--2003.      Elizabeth  Kitson, “Rethinking Gender Relations: The Micro Politics within The Ghanian

Immigrant Household in Metropolitan Toronto”. (also Examining Chair).

--2003.      Kasia Rukszto, “Minute by Minute: Canadian History Re Imagined for Television Audience”

(currently employed  Sheridan College).

--2002.      James Williams,   “Look Who is Watching Now: The Forensic Accounting Industry and Policing

of Economic Crime” (currently employed York University) (also Examining Chair).

--2002.      Alex Ferentzy ,  “Giles Deleuze and the Trajectory Bergson-Marx”. (also Examining Chair).

--2000.      Merle Jacobs,“Staff Nurse Collegiality: Structures and Cultures that Produce Nursing

Interactions” (currently employed York University) (also Examining Chair).

--2000.      Ella Haley, “Methodology to Deconstruct Environmental Inquiries Using the Hall Commission

as a Case Study”.

--1998.      George Rigakos              “The New Para-police: Risk Markets and Commodified Social Control” (currently employed Carleton University)

--1997.      Cynthia Levine-Rasky “Critical Pedagogy: Teacher Candidacy and the Negotiation of     Difference” (currently employed Queen’s University)

--1996.      Anton Haddad, “Sexual Division of Household Labour: Pragmatic Strategies or Patriarchal Dynamics”  (currently employed HRDC Ottawa) (also Examining Chair)

--1996.      Pina Salerno Pejovic, “Taken for A Ride: Extra-Dyadic Relationship Formation and The

“Other” Woman  Phenomenon.”

--1995.      Edward Adlaf, “Primary Associations and Drug-Induced Effects: A Study of Cocaine  Users” (currently employed CAMH).

--1995.      Karen Blackford, “Growing Up With A Parent Who Has Multiple Sclerosis: A Micro

Sociological Perspective” (deceased, Laurentian University)

--1994.      Anthony Micucci,“Changing of the Guard:  Professionalization in a Campus Security Force”, (currently employed Memorial University). (also Examining Chair)

--1993.      Egerton Clarke, “Family Ties Between Institutionalized Elderly  and Their Relatives: A

Comparative Perspective” (currently employed Kent State U.)

--1993.      Gary O'Bireck, “Richies and Reggies: The Family, the School Peers and Deviance ”  

--1993.      Althea Trotman “African-Caribbean Perspectives of World view:  CLR James Explores

              the Authentic Voice.

--1993.      Patrick Cluskey,  “From Enablement to Empowerment: Paraplegic Perspectives”. (also Examining Chair)

--1992.      Melodye Lehnerer, “Becoming Involved: Field Research at a Half-  Way House for Ex-Offenders”   Southwest Missouri State University.

--1991       George Skoulas, “Modern State Forms and Class Practices in Nineteenth Century Europe”

               (currently employed University of Macedonia, Greece) (also Examining Chair)

--1991       Douglas Moore, “The Limits of Freedom: The Social Construction of New Trouble for

              Re-Incarcerated Offenders with  Limited Options” . (also Examining Chair)

--1989.      Alfred Choi, “Policing Domestic Disputes: Police Responses and Danger” (currently

employed University of Singapore).

--1989.      Zoran Pejovic, “Boulevard of Dreams: Croatians and Education in  Ontario” (currently

employed St Mary’s Catholic School)

--1989.      Anna Leslie, “Social Policy, Ideology and the Moral Regulation of Youth”. (currently employed

Memorial University) (also Examining Chair)

--1989.      Susan Price-Scott, “The Young Offenders Act: Ideological Models of Disposition”. (also Examining Chair)

--1989.      Terrence Sullivan, “Sex and Consent in Adolescence: A Local  Centre of Power- Knowledge”

 

 

Ph.D. Dissertations / MA  Theses:  Dean's Representative on Oral Examinations

 

2013. Brian Fuller, PhD SPT & Chair of Exam.  (Dec)

2010. Shirin Forouzin, MA Sociology

2008. Bennet Holman, MA Psychology.

2007. Molly Mann PhD, SPT     

2007. Angela Eke, Psychology, PhD

2005. Tara Franz, MA. Soci.      

2002. Francesca L’Orfano MA. Interdisc Studies  

2002. K. Scott Dixon, PhD. Women’s Studies

2001. Susan Dodd, PhD. Sociology.

2000. Rose Grifone, PhD. Psychology.

2000. Shawn Mosher, PhD. Psychology.             

1999. Everton Gordon, MSW.Social Work.        

2000. Nicholas Bastine, LLM. Law.                     

1997. Penni Burrell, MSW. Social Work.         

1999. Angela Eke, MA. Psychology.                    

1997. Karen Tsuk, PhD.  Psychology.

1997. Shirley Hynde, MSW. Social Work.

1996. Virginia Caputo, PhD. Social Anthrop.

1997. Andrea Le Sage, MSW. Social Work.

1996. Ruth Consenheim,  MEd. Education.      

1996. Elizabeth Gilchrist, PhD.  Psychology

1996. Roswitha Roese, PhD. Psychology. 

1996. Anne-Siri Farley Oyen, PhD. Psychology

1995 Cindy Ford,  PhD. Psychology.       

1996. Allison Lutz, MA.  Geography.

1995. Katherine Makarec, PhD. Psychology

1995. Miroslav Lojkasek, PhD. Psychology.       

1994. Angela Paglia, MA. Psychology.

1995. Dina McConnell, PhD.  Psychology.             

1994. Barbara Cohlmeyer, MSW.

1994. Elizabeth de Rooy,  PhD. Psychology.       

1993. Glenn Stillar, PhD. English.

1993. Terryl Portigal, PhD. Psychology.  

1993. Paul Fairlie, MA. Psychology.          

1993. Kathleen Campbell,  MA.Psychology.            

1993. Brian Gold, MA. Psychology.

1993. Jodie Liebesman, MA. Health Sciences

1992. Suzanne Cleary,   MSW. Social Work.     

1993. Andrea McIntosh,  MA. Social Anthrop

1992. Carole Suschnigg, PhD. Sociology.

1992. Shannon Bell,  PhD Political  Science.             

1992. Sheila Flood, MEd. Education.         

1991. Glenda Kerr, MSW.  Social Work.             

1991.  Louise Calbert, PhD. Political Science.

1990. Alisa Metcalfe-Haggert, PhD. Psychology        

1990. Leigh Moore,  MSW. Social Work.            

1990. Sharon Hodkinson, MSW. Social Work.

1990.  Gail Fairley, MSW. Social Work.         

1990. Peter Sheridan, PhD. Psychology.                

1989. P. Rozenberg-Greenbaum, LLM.Law.

1989. Barbara Domenic, MA. Psychology.                      

1988. Franca Iacovetta, PhD.  History.

 

 

Ph.D. Dissertations / MA  Theses:  Internal (Outside Department) Examiner Representative Oral Examinations

2014 Mary Patricia Blanchard, Education, PhD (Aug)

2014 Vytas Velyvis, Psychology, PhD (June)

2013 Saba Abbas, Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies, PhD (Dec)

2013 Mathura Santhirasegaram INST, MA (Sept)

2013 Robyn Lee. SPT. PhD

2013 Elham Beygi, INST, MA

2012 Sirvan Karimi,  Political Science, PhD

2012 Lisa Romano Dwyer, Education, Phd

2012 Tali Boritz, Psychology, PhD  

2011 Yaacov Lefcoe, Psychology, PhD   

2011 Ashley Spigelman, Psychology, MA   

2011 Ingrid Galfi-Pechenkov, Psychology, MA

2011 Paul Fairlie, Psychology, PhD   

2011 Rejeanne Dupuis, Psychology, PhD

2011 Tanya Missirlian, Psychology, PhD

2011 Peter Babiak, ,English, PhD.

2010 Tatyana Misik, Psychology, MA

2010. Sabrina Hassan, Psychology, MA

2010 Lila Hakim Psychology, PhD

2010 Helen Macauley, Psychology, PhD

2010 Janet Kaldas, Psychology MA

2010 Karine Rashkovsky, Education, PhD

2010 Laura Berk, Psychology, PhD                      

2010. Marc Klippenstin, Psychology, PhD

2008. Cathy Hao, Economics PhD.

2008 Kimberly Watson, PhD.  Psychology

2008. Jill Firestone, Psychology PhD.

2008. Mark Watson, Psychology PhD.      

2007. Elena Chou, Sociology, MA.

2007. Darryle Zink Jadaa, Psychology, PhD.

2007. Abdul Alim Habib, Geography, MA.

2007. Chantal Arpin-Cribbie Psychology, PhD.

2007. Anne Pleydon, Psychology, PhD.              

2007. Allison Blair, Psychology, MA.      

2006. Michelle O'Brian, Psychology, PhD

2005. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychology, PhD.

2006. Nikki Harleen Mann, PhD                           

2005. Gwen Jenkins, Psychology, MA.      

2005. Madelina Sunseri, Sociology PhD.                           

2004. Judith Grant, Women’s Studies, PhD.

2004. Catherine Chilly, Psychology, PhD.

2004. Pavla Reznecek, Psychology, PhD       

2004. Laura Brown, Psychology, PhD.                  

2004. Marc Levi, Psychology, PhD.             

2004. Lee Ann Pringle, Psychology PhD.              

2003. Meagan Yarmey, Psychology, PhD.

2003. Mark Antoniazzi, Psychology, PhD.      

2003. Carey Sturgeon, Psychology, PhD.

2003. Lila Hakim, Psycholgy MA.                        

2003. Yifaht Korman, Psychology, PhD.

2003. Jill Stanley, Psychology, MA.                     

2001. Marc Klippenstine, Psychology, MA.

1999. Donald Kastuk, Psychology, PhD.                           

1996. Norma Brem, Psychology,  MA.

1998. Dana Sawatzky, Psychology,  PhD

1994. James Cullen, Social Work, MSW    

1995. Gail McVey, Psychology PhD.                    

1993. Paul Fairlie, Psychology, MA.             

1994. Liza Weiner, Psychology, PhD.                   

1990. Susan Dickens, Psychology, MA.

1993. Mark Watson, Psychology, MA.                 

 

 

 

TEACHING—GRADUATE:  External (outside university) Examiner, PhD dissertations

-- 2008.      University of Toronto. Sociology Meredith Lordan. PhD “Education as a Human Right: A Critical Study of Accessible Education as Political Discourse and Practice at the United Nations”.

-- 2007.      Sunshine Coast University, Los Angeles,  Eugenia Pearson, D. Ed  ( External Reader).

-- 2005.      Charles Sturt University, WaggaWagga, New South Wales, Australia, Hurriyet Babacan,  PhD “Ethnic Minorities: Negotiating  Identities in Australia”.

-- 2004.  University of Toronto, Sociology, Tamari Kofi Kitossa PhD “It’s Written on the Body: Malleus Africanus, crime and Racial Dialectic in Western Ontology”.

-- 2003.      University of Toronto, Sociology, Akua Benjamin, PhD.”The Black / Jamaican Criminal: The Making of Ideology”(currently employed  Ryeson University).

-- 2002.      University of Toronto, Sociology,   Macdonald Ighodaro  PhD. “ Understanding African Refugees’ Resettlement Experiences in Canada Through a Critical Anti Racist Paradigm” (currently employed St Mary’s University, Halifax).

-- 1996.      Laurentian University.     Angela Bradford,  M.A “Access to Post Secondary Education”

-- 1996.      La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.  Philip Mendes,  Ph.D. “Welfare Policies in Australia: A History of the Australian Council of  Social Services”.

-- 1994.      La Trobe University,  Melbourne,  Australia. Jennifer Martin, Ph.D “Life History of Chinese Immigrant to Australia:  Joseph Kuek”.

 

— MA THESIS—Supervisor  –Completed*

-- 2012       Paulette Campbell (Thesis) “Policing Race: A case study of media coverage of police shootings”      (Sociology) August

-- 2009    Natalie Azzi  (Thesis) “Canada’s Prison Privatization Experiment” (Interdisc)

-- 2004 Madona Mokbel (Thesis) “Acculturation, Identity Negotiation and Invisibility: Arab Canadian Women in the Greater Toronto Area” (Sociology).

 

TEACHING—GRADUATE SOCIOLOGY, GRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, GRADUATE SOCIAL & POLITICAL THOUGHT   GRADUATE GEOGRAPHY      

M.A. Supervision— MA THESIS-- Committee Member –Completed

 

2007       Alim  Abdul Habib,  MA,Thesis.            

2006       Taneeka Barnett  MA,Thesis.                   

1993       Colin Ninvalle  MA, Thesis.                     

1991       Elarick Persaud  MA,Thesis

 

MA MAJOR  REVIEW PAPER in SOCIOLOGY, SOCIAL & POLITICAL THOUGHT, MPPAL, SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES    —Principal Supervisor—Completed:  

31 Masters students

MA MAJOR REVIEW PAPER  in SOCIOLOGY, INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, SOCIAL & POLITICAL THOUGHT; GEOGRAPHY; EDUCATION --MA MAJOR  REVIEW PAPER -- Committee Member –Completed:

28 Masters students

 

TEACHING—UNDERGRADUATE:  New Courses Developed

 

 

2013       Youth and Crime

2013       Criminalization of Dissent

2011       Research Methods in Criminology

2007       Justice, Community and Social Action.

2005       Sociology of Law.

2005       Community Policing.

2004.      with L. Lyons Childhood and Society AK/SOCI 4010 3.0  School of Social Sciences.

2003.      Introduction to Criminology Social Sciences, Arts (foundations course AS/SOSCI 1650 9.0A).         

1994.      Anti Racism and the Criminal Justice System, Sociology, Atkinson (AK/SOCI 3890C.06)

1993.      Policing Society   Sociology,  Arts (AS/SOCI 4840.06)

1993.      Race, Minorities and the Legal Order Sociology, Arts (AS/SOCI 4440.06)

1989.      Social Interaction and  Community  (with M. Lanphier) Sociology, Arts.

1987.      Racism, Law and Social Control   Sociology, Atkinson (AK/SOCI 3340.06)

 

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION—ACADEMIC AND CURRICULAR

CONSULTATIONS

Program Review, Certified Management Accountant Program (MTP), Odette School of Business,         University of Windsor, 2012. February

Undergraduate Program Review (UPR), Internal Consultant, Italian Studies Program, DLL, York University (with Professor Mazzotta, Yale University external consultant). February 2011 -  April  2011

Interviewed by Angelika Kerr of HECQO  re  Introducing Innovative Approaches to Teaching Large           classes   January 14, 2011.

Critical Mentoring Program, Division on Critical Criminology - American Society of Criminology http://critcrim.org/critmentors,   2005- present.

Public Administration and Justice Studies 2004- 2005. (with J. Krikorian, W. Giles, L. Sanders).

Undergraduate Program Review (UPR), Internal Consultant, Italian Studies Program , DLL,  York University November 2002 - January 2003 (with Professor Loriggio, Carleton University external consultant).

Member, Advisory Team , Project: Juvenile Prostitution (Chair Dr. Makha Khittasangka, Dean, School         of Management), Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai,  Thailand 2003.

Applied Degree in Police Sciences, Georgian College, 2000- 2002 (with Dean Dubois). 

Criminology Degree, Faculty of Arts, 2001 (with L. Jacobs, G. Kellough).

Masters in Criminal Justice,  University of Toledo, 2001 (with Chair M. Boss, Dean Sullivan).

Associate Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo. Ohio prepared a Report on “The Contexts of a Graduate Masters Degree in Criminal Justice: communicating the niche with a unique program of study”. Report .  January  2001.

Dean of Health and Human Services, University of Toledo. with Dr B. Spotton prepared two Reports on “Revising the criminal justice curriculum” . Toledo, November-December 1999.

Georgian College Justice and Security  Studies Programme (Dr K. McCormick, Coordinator)

Report on the “Review of Proposed degree in Applied Police Sciences” September 2000.

Seneca College, Board of Directors , (Judge S. Merenda, Chair), “Future Directions: Accountability of Boards” 1999; “Police Studies: Future Trends” Law and Security Programme (Dr Fleming) 2000.

Public Service Studies Degree, Liberal Arts Degree, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies (With L. Sanders, M. Goodman, C. Duran) 1998.

Certificate Anti Racist Research and Practice (CARRP), Co-Founder with M. Goodman and C.  Yawney.  Developed needs assessment, prepared documents, consulted with  appropriate University committees and community groups, budget devised 1988- present.

 

Service to the University

UNIVERSITY –WIDE COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP— STANDING COMMITTEES

Co-Chair, Senate Tenure and Promotions Committee, 2011-  2013.

Senate, 2012- present.

Senate Tenure and Promotions Committee, 2010- 2013;

Senate Tenure Appeals Committee, 2007- 2010.2014- present. Senate, Atkinson / LA & PS Faculty Representative 2004-2007; re-elected 2007- 2010

Fellow, Founders  College, 2006- present.

Chair, Senate Executive Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Review of Examinations Rescheduling,

2003-2004; member 2002-2003.

Executive , Senate (Atkinson Representative),  2002- 2005.

Working Group on the Temporary Use of University Space, Summer 2005- February 2006.      

(Chair: President L. Marsden),   

Senate Committee on FGS Appointments,  (elected) 1995-1998.

Fellow, Winters College, 2000- 2004.

Faculty of Arts Representative, (elected) York University Faculty Association; Executive Committee (YUFA) March  1993- Sept. 1994. member of the hiring committee (1993); elections committee 1994; bargaining 1994

Fellow, McLaughlin College, 1990 -  present.

Fellow, Bethune College, 1986- 1990.

Executive Committee, La Marsh Research Programme on Violence and Conflict Resolution 1986              -1989

 

UNIVERSITY-WIDE  COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP— ADVISORY COMMITTEES 

Vice Chair,  Safety Management Committee,  (Chair VP Gary Brewer)  July 2010-  present

Member, Community Safety Council 2011- present.

Chair (appointed by Dr Shoukri) University Safety Audit Committee (USAC) Presentations: at Town Hall meetings, Student Roundtable, Security Advisory Council, Senior Administrators Group Exchange (April 2009); interview applicants assess RFP, also presented at Student, oversight of the Metrac audit,  presentations. Edited various iterations of the Safety Report; made presentations to the Vice Presidents; media, etc  2008 (March) – July 2010.

Member, Advisory Board, M. Elia Chair, Italian-Canadian Studies, 1992-present.

Also served as member of the Awards subcommittee, 1992-1996, 2004. 

Chair, Academic Advisory Board, Centre for Police and Security Studies 1994- 1999.

Member, Advisory Group, Centre for Police and Security Studies, Corporate Project, Calumet College,

              1992-4.

Chair, (appointed) York University Security Advisory Committee 1992; Member, Subcommittee on terms of reference (Chair, N. Crandles). Member, York Security Officer Training Re-fresher courses. Organized sessions on Profession:  two week training sessions annually 1991.

Member, York University Security Advisory Committee, 1990 - 1994. Assisted  in    developing and organizing Security Officer Development Programme, York  University, 1990-1993. Member, Task Force on Training, Department of Security  and Parking Services, York University (Chair:P. MacDonald) 1989 - 1990; and Chair,  Professions  Subcommittee 1990 - 1991; duties included preparation of a report. Member, Search Committee for Director  of Security, York University Security and Parking Services, 1991. Three candidates interviewed. 

Advisor, York University Security (re the implications of the use of restraints/  batons for the York Community), contact: T. Carroll, P.  MacDonald,   May  2001.

Member, Advisory Board, (appointed) Centre for Race and Ethnic Relations, 1992 -1993;

Member, Advisory Board, Italian Students Federation of York University and the University of Toronto, 1993- 1994.

 

UNIVERSITY WIDE  COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP— SPECIAL COMMITTEES

Member (elected), Search Committee for Dean, for the new Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies 2008 (June- November). (Chair President Shoukri)

2007 (April)- 2008 (Aug) Co Chair (L. Lam) “Undergraduate Sociology Restructuring”,  Merger of the Faculties committee.

Member, Master’s (G. Paasche) Advisory Committee, Winters College 2002- 2004

Chair, Nominating Committee of Carol Duncan re: Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning      

              (SCOTL) award for Outstanding Teaching.  (The candidate received the award in 1996)

Member, Committee to establish the Centre for the Study of Organized Crime, 1994

Member, Working Group of Sociology Departments (Arts, Glendon, Atkinson); member of subcommittee on  4th year courses 1996 - 1997.

Member, York University Law Enforcement Initiative Programme, 1992 (Coordinator, G.

              Cunningham).

Member, 1998. Search Committee for Vice President –Advancement. 1998. (Chair: President Marsden).

Member, 1997-1998. Senate, (ex officio). 1997-1998 Academic Policy and Planning Committee

Member, Arts  Coordinating Committee,1997-1998.        

Member, Council of Deans,1997-1998

Member, Chair, Joint Administration-YUSA Committee on Affirmative Action (full-time staff) 1997-1998.

Member, 1997-1998 Joint Administration and YUFA Committee on Equity (full-time faculty)

Member, 1997-1998 Selection Committee - Distinguished Research Professor.

 

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY (as VP- YUFA)

YUFA Executive Vice President (External),  2007- present

YUFA Executive June 01,  2007- present.

Copyright Committee, 2012- present.

Tri-Council Committee, 2012- present.   

Co- Chair All Campus Unions Coalition , 2011-

Research Development Fund, 2012 - 2013

YUFA Community Projects Committee June 2007-

YUFA alternate delegate to Senate 2011- present

YUFA alternate delegate Senate’s Committee on  APPR 2011- present

Contract Review Committee January 2008- June 2009.

Stewards Council, June 01, 2007- present.

All Campus Unions, June 2007-2011.

YUFA Staff Relations Committee 2008- present.

YUFA delegate to the Toronto & York Region Labour Council 2008-

Chair, YUFA Ad Hoc CUPE 3903 Support and Communications Committee 2008 Nov – 2009 January

Quarterly Reports/ Presentations to OCUFA, NUCAUT

 

FACULTY –WIDE COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS—

STANDING COMMITTEES: (ATKINSON)

2004-2007.         Member, Committee on Faculty Tenure and Promotions (elected), Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies  (Senate Review Committee );  co chair 2004- 2005.

2002-2003.         Chair, Committee on Tenure and Promotions, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies.

2001-2004.         Member, Committee on Tenure and Promotions (elected)  Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies.

2001-2003.         Committee on Policy and Planning (elected), Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies.

FACULTY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS— DEAN’S AD HOC COMMITTEES: (ATKINSON)

2005.                                Police Executive Training and Management Committee, assisted in preparing Proposal for Funding (Toronto Police Services). A resubmission

2004.                                Police Executive Training and Management Committee, assisted in preparing Proposal for Funding (Toronto Police Services).

2004 -2006         Centennial College and Atkinson Partnership Initiative

FACULTY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS—Standing and ad hoc Committees Faculty of Arts and LA & PS

2003- present      Member, Criminology Executive Committee, Division of Social Sciences 

2003-2004.         Member, Hiring Committee, Italian Studies, DLLL, (N. Elson, Chair) Faculty of Arts (Italian studies  appointment re tenure stream appointment) 

1992.                    Advisory Group to the Dean on Matters Relating to Race, Gender,

                            Multiculturalism and the Curriculum (Dean M. Stevenson) (appointed)

1990-1991.         Committee on Academic Policy and Planning, Faculty of Arts (includes membership on Assessment Committee).

1989.                                Race Relations Conference Working Group, Faculty of Arts. (appointed) (Chair: Associate Dean S. Katz)

1986-1989.         Sociology Representative to Faculty of Arts Council.

 

FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES : FACULTY WIDE COMMITTEES

1994-1998.         Task Force on Graduate Women Supervision, Implementation Committee.

                            (Chair: J. Couchman).

1991-1993.         Scholarship and Grants Committee.

                                        Tasks included: reviewing dissertations, and  assessing grant applications

1992.                    Task Force on Graduate Women Supervision., Implementation Committee         

                                        (appointed) (Chair: M. Hughes, Chair)

1989-1991.         Task Force on the Status of Women Graduate Students, (appointed) (Chair: B. Godard).  With G. Jacobs prepared report on liaison/admissions.

1994.                    Member, Hearing Panel—Appeals  (Chair: P. Cummings, member S. Pyke).

 

GRADUATE PROGRAMME: SOCIAL & POLITICAL THOUGHT,  

2013 (January 24-  March 1) ) Acting Graduate Programme Director, SPT.

2011- present      Awards Committee, Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2010 - present     Executive Committee, Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2011- present      Dissertation Prize Committee Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2013                                             Advisory Committee (reviewed proposals), Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2009- 2013         Admissions Committee,  Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

                             (2011 -12: 65 MA’s; 49 PhD’s;  2010- 2011: 52 MA and 84 PhD files;  2009 - 2010: 94                                 PhD files)

2008-2010,

2005-2006          Executive Committee, Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2004-2005          Admissions Committee Graduate  Social & Political Thought, (MA’s 78 files),

2002-2003          Dissertations Awards,  Committee, Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

2001-2002          Curriculum Committee, Graduate  Social & Political Thought,

 

GRADUATE PROGRAMME: SOCIOLOGY 

2010 -2011         Executive Committee, Graduate Sociology,

2011                     Admissions Committee,  Graduate Sociology, (59 MA’s and PhD’s 65)

2007-2008          Executive Committee   Graduate Sociology, (also 2003-2006).

2005-2006          Graduate Sociology Programme,  Director Search Committee (chair N. Mandell).

2005                     Admissions Committee Graduate Sociology (criminology related – 23 files)

2004-2005          Awards and Appeals Committee (reviewed dissertation prizes, OGS and SSHRC                                                      applications)

2002-2003          Awards Committee (reviewed dissertation prizes, OGS and SSHRC applications)

2001-2002          Graduate Sociology Admissions Committee (elected)

2000-2001.         Awards and Appeals Committee (elected).reviewed OGS, SSHRC, and dissertation/theses prizes files.

1995-1996.         Graduate Sociology Admissions Committee (elected).

1986-1990 (elected);  1992-1994 (elected); 1997 (appointed).  Executive Committee of Graduate

              Sociology  Programme, Duties included:

              (i)   member, Subcommittee on Grants (O.G.S. and SSHRC) 1986-1990, 1992, 1993;

 ii) Chair, ad hoc committee on graduate supervision - reviewed  procedures of supervision and prepared a  report to the programme, 1989;

              (iii)  Member, Search Committee for Programme Director, 1989-1990; 1992- 1993.

              (iv)  Member, Gold Medal Award Committee, 1989.

1990-1991. Atkinson College Sociology Appointments Committee, Graduate Programme

              Representative Two positions, seventy files reviewed, 11 candidates interviewed.

1989 (July).        Acting Director

 

SOCIO-LEGAL,

2013- present      Ethics Committee

2009-2010          Graduate  Socio- Legal, Admissions Committee (MA files & PhD files)

 

PUBLIC POLICY, ADMINISTRATION AND LAW

2006-2007          Graduate Public Policy, Administration and Law, Admissions Committee.

 

FACULTY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS—Standing Committees (as a Senior Administrator) ATKINSON FACULTY OF LIBERAL AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

1997-1998.         Ex officio member of Atkinson Council Committees

1996-1998.         Atkinson Administration and Budget Committee

 

DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS—Standing and ad hoc Committees SOCIAL SCIENCES AND SOCIOLOGY

2013-                    Department of Social Science T&P Unit Standards Ad-Hoc Committee.

2011 August       Acting Criminology Coordinator

2005-present       Executive Committee, Criminology, Department of Social Science.

2010                                 Member, Hiring Committee, Criminology programme, Department of Social Science, (Criminology appointment re CLA position - Prof Baxter), AAE Rep.

2006-2007.         Member, Hiring Committee, Sociology, (Critical Criminology appointment -- tenure stream appointment  - Prof Murdocca).

2005-2006.         Member, Hiring Committee, Criminology, Division of Social (Criminology appointment re tenure stream appointment – Prof  Glasbeek).

2005-2006.         Curriculum Committee Criminology (with P. Baxter, G. Kellough), Division of Social Sciences.

2004-2005.         Member, Hiring Committee, Criminology, Division of Social Sciences (Criminology appointment re tenure stream appointment ).

 2008                               Member, Hiring Committee, School of Social Sciences, (Atkinson) re Conversion  i).

2006-2007          Member, Hiring Committee, School of Social Sciences, re Health and Social Justice  - tenure stream appointment --AA rep 

2007-2008          Executive Committee  (also 2003 –2006)

2006                     January-July, Nominating Committee

2005-2006.         Chair, Hiring Committee, Public Administration and Justice appointment re tenure stream appointment 

2004- 2005.        Chair, Hiring Committee, Public Administration and Justice appointment re three conversions.

2004                                 Member, Hiring Committee, School of Social Sciences, re one Conversion

2005.                                Chair, Hiring Committee, (Public Administration and Justice appointment re one CLA)

1988 -2005.        CAARP (Certificate) / ERC (Degree) [ M. Goodman (Chair)]

2003- 2004.        Chair, Hiring Committee, - Theory appointment 

2003- 2004.        Chair, Hiring Committee, Anti Racism appointment 

2003-2004.         Affirmative Action Representative on Hiring Committee (CLA  Political Science) 

2003(July)          Acting Chair, SSS.

2003.                    Affirmative Action Representative on Hiring Committee (Tenure Stream Appointment in    Public Administration)

2003.                    School’s Committee on  “Tenure and Promotions Unit  Plan”

2002.                    School’s Committee on Graduate Studies

2002.                    Awards Committee re. Beattie Prize

2001.                    Ad Hoc Committee on Criminology Degree Programme, Division of Social Sciences,          Arts (Atkinson School of Social Sciences Representative).

2000.                    Search Committee, School of Social Sciences, interviewed three conversion candidates     (January).

2000.                    Search Committee, School of Social Sciences,  SRC —    Prof Lyons.

 

DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS Standing Committees (as Department Chair) — SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, ATKINSON  FACULTY OF LIBERAL AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

1996-1997.         Acting Chair, Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee of one file  (with M. Goodman, B. Hanson,   T. Das Gupta, C. Yawney)

1996-1997          Atkinson Curriculum Subcommittee (with S. Longstaff)

1996 (June).        Search Committee, hiring of Administrative Assistant .

 

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY—DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS—Standing Committees — SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION,

2006-2007,         Hiring Committee, AA Representative, School of Public Policy and Administration - three tenure stream positions – 

2006-2007,         Hiring Committee, AA Representative,  School of Public Policy and Administration - one CLA position.

DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS  re Tenure and Promotion

2009- 2010         Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (Chair, File Preparation Committee) one file, Department of  Social Sciences re PC & S component and FPC Report. Promotion to Full Professor.

2008.Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (Chair, File Preparation Committee) one file, School of Social Sciences, re PC & S component and FPC Report.

              

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2008.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) School of Social Sciences,  for  re Service component and FPC Report.

2007.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) School of Social Sciences, re Service component and FPC Report.

2007.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) , Italian Studies, Faculty of Arts  re. Professional Contributions and Standing.

2007.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) School of Public Policy and Administration one file.

1994.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) one file

1992.                                Tenure and Promotion Subcommittee (File Preparation Committee) one file.               

 

              Teaching Assessment for Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor (undergraduate courses): 12 files: 2004-2012 

 

Teaching Assessments for Promotion to Full Professor: 3 files: 2006-2008

 

Service Assessment for Promotion to Full Professor: 3 files:

 

Service Assessment for Promotion to Associate Professor:

5 files: 2006-2008

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Teaching Assessment for LSTA Renewal: one file, Social Science,  2013

 

 

1989-1991.         Chair designate, Teaching and Learning Committee, Department of Sociology,  Arts             

1989-1990.         Introduced and established undergraduate sociology student awards (with M.

                                        Lanphier and K. McCormick)

 1985-1986; 1988-1990.   Teaching and Learning Committee, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts

 

 

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY—  Faculty Mentor   

2005- present      Mentor to seven New Colleagues

 

 

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY— Student Advocate/ Representative  

Senate Appeals Committee  Feb 12, 2010.

Faculty of Education “Exploratory Meeting” re academic dishonesty Feb 25, 2010.

 

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY—FACULTY ADVISOR TO STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS

York Federation of Students, Panel Judge (invited) , Multiculturalism Events, February 15, 2012.

York University Criminology Students' Association, 1993- 1996; 2004- present.

York Gerontology Students' Outreach Association, 1994-1996

Member, (Honorary) York University Italian Cultural Association 1992-1996

Sociology Undergraduate Students' Association, 1994-1996.   

 

 

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