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CRIM prof Tuulia Law discusses the question: "Is violence against teachers being normalized?"

CRIM prof Tuulia Law discusses the question: "Is violence against teachers being normalized?"

TORONTO, Sept. 2, 2021 – Workplace violence against female elementary school teachers by some of their students is often dismissed or diminished despite serious injury and emotional harm, says the lead author of a new paper out of York University. That’s because the issue is often invisible, complex, intertwined, messy and insidious, say co-authors York […]

Criminology Program Job Talks - May 20, 21, & 25

Criminology Program Job Talks - May 20, 21, & 25

 Interviews: Race, Racialization, and Crime  The Department of Social Science's Criminology Program is holding Job Talks for hiring candidates via Zoom. Faculty and students are welcome and encouraged to attend.  For details and information, please contact soscasst@yorku.ca.   THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021 - DR. TEMITOPE ORIOLA  RESEARCH TALK: 11:30-1:00 (Deathly Resistance and Female Suicide Terrorism)  TEACHING […]

Professor Allyson Lunny receives Endowed Chair in Criminology & Criminal Justice at St. Thomas University

Professor Allyson Lunny receives Endowed Chair in Criminology & Criminal Justice at St. Thomas University

York University Associate Professor Allyson Lunny will hold the prestigious Endowed Chair in Criminology & Criminal Justice at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, N.B. during the Fall 2021 term. The Endowed Chair appointment is awarded annually to a scholar with a well-established record of research and who has a PhD in Criminology or a related field.   Lunny, […]

CRIM Professor Natasha Tuskiov is a panelist with Andrew Clemente at the Centre for Free Expression, Ryerson on January 22

CRIM Professor Natasha Tuskiov is a panelist with Andrew Clemente at the Centre for Free Expression, Ryerson on January 22

CRIM Prof Natasha Tusikov joins a panel discussion with Andrew Clemente moderated by Brenda McPhail at Ryerson University's Centre for Free Expression on January 22. View the event listing for more information.

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's co-edits new book: "Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century"

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's co-edits new book: "Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century"

Criminology professor Natasha Tusikov's new book explores the interconnected ways in which the control of knowledge has become central to the exercise of political, economic, and social power. Building on the work of International Political Economy scholar Susan Strange, this multidisciplinary volume features experts from political science, anthropology, law, criminology, women’s and gender studies, and […]

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's co-edits new book: "Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century"

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's co-edits new book: "Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century"

Criminology professor Natasha Tusikov's new book explores the interconnected ways in which the control of knowledge has become central to the exercise of political, economic, and social power. Building on the work of International Political Economy scholar Susan Strange, this multidisciplinary volume features experts from political science, anthropology, law, criminology, women’s and gender studies, and […]

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's article in The Conversation: "What the U.K.’s Online Harms white paper teaches us about internet regulation"

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's article in The Conversation: "What the U.K.’s Online Harms white paper teaches us about internet regulation"

Amidst a growing consensus that social media and online platforms must be subject to public regulation, the United Kingdom has stepped up to do just that. In doing so, it has made a lot of people very angry. Co-written by YorkU Social Science's Natasha Tusikov and Brock University's Blayne Haggart, read the full article on […]

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's article in The Conversation: "What the U.K.’s Online Harms white paper teaches us about internet regulation"

CRIM professor Natasha Tusikov's article in The Conversation: "What the U.K.’s Online Harms white paper teaches us about internet regulation"

Amidst a growing consensus that social media and online platforms must be subject to public regulation, the United Kingdom has stepped up to do just that. In doing so, it has made a lot of people very angry. Co-written by YorkU Social Science's Natasha Tusikov and Brock University's Blayne Haggart, read the full article on […]