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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, […]

Failure to invest in government capacity is a luxury we can’t afford

Failure to invest in government capacity is a luxury we can’t afford

The Canadian government must have sufficient in-house, or in-government, capacity to address and evaluate changes in the knowledge-driven economy, from a Canadian public interest perspective. By Natasha Tusikov (Department of Social Science, York University) & Blayne Haggart (Department of Political Science, Brock University)OpinionThe Hill TimesApril 05, 2021 After years of public concern about the largely […]

LA&PS announces four inaugural postdoctoral fellowships, one of whom will work in LASO

LA&PS announces four inaugural postdoctoral fellowships, one of whom will work in LASO

From yFile, 31 March 2021 The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS) has announced the recipients of four inaugural postdoctoral fellowships. Fellows receive a funded, one-year postdoctoral research position to conduct their proposed research project under the guidance of a faculty supervisor. Fellows will receive $50,000 over the next academic year. Teddy Atim is […]

Bilingual webinars online about the role of the pandemic in the world of work

Bilingual webinars online about the role of the pandemic in the world of work

Dear Members of the scientific community, The Covid-19 pandemic has been the source of questions and uncertainties since last spring. It is in this context that the Work Manifesto was born, a collective work articulated around three axes: democratize the firm, decommodify work and environmental remediation. Written by three researchers, Isabelle Ferreras, Dominique Méda and […]

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein's article in Feminist Economics

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein's article in Feminist Economics

Racialized People, Women, and Social Enterprises: Politicized Economic Solidarity in Toronto Caroline Shenaz Hossein Contributed to Feminist Economics Published online November 16, 2020 ABSTRACT For social enterprise to matter to racialized people, it must be purposefully embedded in the community. This study examines three nonprofit organizations led by women engaged in community economic development work […]

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein's article in Feminist Economics

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein's article in Feminist Economics

Racialized People, Women, and Social Enterprises: Politicized Economic Solidarity in Toronto Caroline Shenaz Hossein Contributed to Feminist Economics Published online November 16, 2020 ABSTRACT For social enterprise to matter to racialized people, it must be purposefully embedded in the community. This study examines three nonprofit organizations led by women engaged in community economic development work […]

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein pens Op Ed in The Globe & Mail

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein pens Op Ed in The Globe & Mail

It's time to rethink how we fix racism in banking Caroline Shenaz Hossein Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published November 19, 2020, updated 'Having Islamic-compliant loan products, making outreach in Somali, Arabic and Haitian Creole,' Caroline Shenaz Hossein writes, 'and embracing greater awareness of niche business ideas among these communities would be important.' Caroline […]

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein pens Op Ed in The Globe & Mail

BUSO Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein pens Op Ed in The Globe & Mail

It's time to rethink how we fix racism in banking Caroline Shenaz Hossein Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published November 19, 2020, updated 'Having Islamic-compliant loan products, making outreach in Somali, Arabic and Haitian Creole,' Caroline Shenaz Hossein writes, 'and embracing greater awareness of niche business ideas among these communities would be important.' Caroline […]