Directory of Faculty Members
The following list of faculty members includes a brief description of their teaching and research interests and a sampling of their publications. This information derives from a document M. Michael Schiff prepared in the Fall of 1997; the updates are based on his correspondence with faculty members; unchanged entries derive from last year's Social & Political Thought Recruitment Brochure.
An abbreviated but updated (as of Spring 1998) list of faculty members' publications has been prepared by Judith Hawley, Graduate Programme Assistant, and is also now available online in the 1998 Social & Political Thought Recruitment Brochure .
Howard Adelman, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Professor (Philosophy); S434 Ross Building, 736-5113, extension 77595.
Philosophy of history; political philosophy; Hegel; humanitarian intervention; early warning system; national rights; Israeli/Palestinian conflict; genocide; international ethics; refugee and migration studies.
Early Warning and Conflict Management: International Response to Conflict and Genocide: Lessons from the Rwanda Experience, Vol. 2, (H. Adelman with A. Suhrke), Copenhagen: DANIDA, 1996.
Special issue on Harris on Hegel for Owl of Minerva, guest ed., Spring 1997 (1997a).
Multiculturalism, Jews, and Canadian Identity, eds. H. Adelman and J. Simpson. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, 1996.
Legitimate and Illegitimate Discrimination: New Issues in Migration. ed. H. Adelman, Geneva: UNESCO, York Lanes Press, 1995.
Hungarian Refugees. ed. H. Adelman. Toronto: York Lanes Press, 1993.
"Migration and Refugee Policy and Practice in Canada, " guest ed., Migration: A European Journal of International Migration and Ethnic Relations. Berlin: Berlin Institute, 1993.
African Refugees. eds. H. Adelman and J. Sorenson. Boulder: Westview Press, 1993.
"Justice, Immigration and Refugees" and "Admission of Refugees from Overseas," in Immigration and Refugee Policy: Australia and Canada Compared (2 volumes), eds. Howard Adelman, Lois Foster, Allan Borowski and Meyer Burstein. Spring 1993.
Palestinian Refugees and Durable Solutions (monograph). Refugee Studies Programme, Oxford University, 1987.
Canada and the Indochinese Refugees. Weigl Educational Publishers, Spring 1982.
Robert Albritton, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Calif.), Associate Professor (Political Science); S663 Ross Building, 736-5265, extension 88842.
Marxist theory; liberal theory; philosophy of the social sciences; Marxian political economy and epistemology; postmodernism.
"Marxian Political Economy for an Age of Postmodern Excess, " in Rethinking Marxism. 6, #1 (Spring 1993)
"Did Agrarian Capitalism Exist?" in The Journal of Peasant Studies. 20, #3 (April 1993).
"Levels of Analysis in Marxian Political Economy: An Unoist Approach." in Radical Philosophy, #60.
A Japanese Approach to Stages of Capitalist Development. London: Macmillan, 1991.
A Japanese Reconstruction of Marxist Theory. London: Macmillan, 1986.
"Marxian Historical Materialism: An Anti-Critique." Philosophy of the Social Sciences. 17, #2 (June 1987): 239-248.
A Japanese Approach to Political Economy. eds. R. Albritton and T. Sekine, London: Macmillan, 1995.
"The De(con)struction of Capital." in Transformation. 1, 1995.
Karen Anderson, B.A. (Sask.), M.A. (Regina), Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Sociology); 2110 Vari Hall, 736-5015, extension 60304.
Feminist theory, psychoanalytic theory, history of mentalities
Sociology: A Critical Introduction. Nelson, 1996.
‘Chain Her By One Foot’: Subjugating Women in Seventeenth Century New France. London: Routledge, 1991.
"A History of the Canadian Family," in Family Matters. Methuen, 1987.
"A Gendered World: Women, Men and the Political Economy of the Seventeenth Century Huron, " in Women in Canada: Political and Economic Struggles. Methuen, 1987.
Paul Antze, B.A. (Antioch), M.A., Ph.D. (Chic.), Assistant Professor (Social Science); 128 McLaughlin College, 736-5128.
Psychoanalysis; symbolic and medical anthropology; social theory; addictions.
Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory. eds. P. Antze and M. Lambek. London: Routledge, 1996
"Telling Stories, Making Selves: Memory and Identity in Multiple Personality Disorder," in P. Antze and M. Lambek eds, Tense Post: Cultural Essays in Memory and Trauma, London: Routledge, 1996.
Mildred Bakan, A.B. (Hunter), M.A. (Iowa St.), Ph.D. (Ohio St.), Professor Emeritus (Philosophy); S428 Ross Building, 736-5113.
Phenomenology; existentialism; philosophical anthropology.
Ian Balfour, B.A. (York), M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor (English); 206 Winters College, 736-5142, extension 77466.
English and European Romanticism; literary theory; eighteenth-century studies; popular culture; German Idealist aesthetics; Benjamin; deconstruction.
Essays on Benjamin, De Man, the Sublime, the Pet Shop Boys.
David V. J. Bell, B.A. (Tor./York), A.M., Ph.D. (Harv.), Professor (Political Science); 122 McLaughlin College, 736-5252, extension 77095.
Political linguistics; theories of revolution; violence and power; Canadian political culture; public policy; politics of sustainability
"Communication and community: promoting world citizenship through electronic communications," with R. Logan, in J. Rotblat (ed.), World Citizenship: Allegiance to Humanity. London: Macmillan, 1997, pp. 233-255.
Global Political Ecology. eds. D.V.J. Bell, R. Keil, P. Penz and L. Fawcett. London: Routledge, 1998.
Local Places in the Age of the Global City. eds. D.V.J. Bell, R. Keil and G.R. Wekerle. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1996.
Human Society and the Natural World: Perspectives on Sustainable Futures. eds. D.V.J. Bell, R. Kel and G.R. Wekerle. North York: Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 1994.
Reaching the Voter: Constituency Campaigning in Canada. (with F. Fletcher, et al), Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing, Vol., 20. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1993.
"Getting to the Table: The Prenegotiation of Deconfederation," in D. Drache and R. Perin, eds., Negotiating With a Sovereign Quebec. Toronto: Lorimer, 1992.
"Political Linguistics and International Negotiation," in Negotiation Journal. October, 1988.
"The Political Culture of Problem-Solving and Public Policy," in Federalism and Political Community: Essays in Honour of Donald Smiley. Broadview Press, 1989.
The Roots of Disunity: Canadian Political Culture (revised edition). Oxford University Press, 1992.
Jody Berland, B.A., M.A. (S. Fraser), Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Humanities); 714 Atkinson College, 736-5208, extension 66639.
Cultural studies; history and theory of technology; culture and science; culture space and globalization; Canadian communication theory, policy, history. Co-editor of the new journal Topia: A Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.
J Berland and S. Hornstein (eds) Capital Culture: Modernist Legacies, State Institutions and the Value(s) of Art. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, (forthcoming, 1998).
"Nationalism and the Modernist Legacy: Dialogues with Innis," in Culture and Policy, Fall 1997, Australia.
"Space at the Margins: Colonial Spatiality and Critical theory after Innis," Topia 1:1 (Spring 1997), pp 55-82 and in Harold Innis in the New Century: Reflections and Refractions, ed. CharlesAcland and William Buxton, McGill-Queen’s University Press (forthcoming, 1998).
"Mapping Space: Imaging Technologies and the Planetary Body," in Stanley Aronowitz and Barbara Martinsons (eds) Technoscience and Cyberculture. New York: Routledge 1996.
"Culture, Politics and the Nation-State: Notes on Cultural Studies in Canada," in Simon Joyce, ed., History of/as Cultural Studies. Routledge 1997. A revised version of "Marginal Notes: On Cultural Studies in Canada," University of Toronto Quarterly, Spring 1995.
"Culture and Environment," ed., Theme Issue, Cultural Studies. 8, #1 (1994).
"Blue Skies From Now On," Public 10 (1994).
"On Reading ‘the Weather,’" Cultural Studies. 8, #1 (1994).
Theory Rules: Art and Theory/Theory as Art (co-editor). University of Toronto Press/YYZ 1996.
"Remote Sensors: Canada and Space," Semiotexte’s Canada. Semiotexte/Marginal Publishing, 1994.
Teaching cultural studies in the Faculty of Environmental Studies’ graduate programme.
A. Blum, B.A. (Roosevelt), M.A., Ph.D. (Chic.), Professor (Sociology); 2078 Vari Hall, 736-5015, extension 66405.
Studies in the symbolic order of modern society; appearance and the body; the university; health and illness art; collectivization and everyday life.
Deborah Britzman, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. (Mass.), Associate Professor (Education); S850 Ross Building, 736-5018, extension 88793.
Psychoanalysis and pedagogy; queer theories; theories of race, sex and gender/social difference; Foucauldian orientations to the study of normalization.
Lost Subjects, Contested Objects: Toward a Psychoanalytic Inquiry of Learning. Albany: S.U.N.Y. Press (forthcoming, 1998).
"Is There a Queer Pedagogy? Or, Stop Reading Straight," in Educational Theory (1995).
"A Question of Belief: Writing Poststructural Ethnography," in International Journal for the Study of Qualitative Research in Education (1995).
Practice Makes Practice: A Critical Study of Learning to Teach. Albany: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1991.
Donald Carveth, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Sociology); C133 York Hall, Glendon College, 487-6741, extension 88378.
Socialization and personality; psychoanalysis and social theory; classical and contemporary psychoanalytic theory and practice.
"Psychoanalytic Conceptions of the Passions," in J. O’Neill ed., Freud and the Passions. University Park, Pennsylvania: The University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996.
"Selfobject and Intersubjective Theory: A Dialectical Critique. Part I. Monism, Dualism, Dialectic," in Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/Revue Canadienne de Psychanalyse 2, 2: 151-168.
"Selfobject and Intersubjective Theory: Part 2. A Dialectical Critique of the Intersubjective Perspective," in Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/Revue Canadienne de Psychanalyse 3, 1: 43-70.
"Dark Epiphany: The Encounter With Finitude or the Discovery of the Object in The Body." Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought. 17, #2 (1994): 215-250.
"Dead End Kids: Projective Identification and Sacrifice in Orphans," International Review of Psycho-Analysis. 19:2 (1992): 217-228.
"The Borderline Dilemma in Paris, Texas," in Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Literature. 25, #4 (1992): 99-120.
"The Epistemological Foundations of Psychoanalysis: A Deconstructionist View of the Controversy," in Philosophy of the Social Sciences. 17 (1987): 97-115.
"The Analyst’s Metaphors: A Deconstructionist Perspective," in Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought 7, #4 (1984): 491-560.
Lorraine Code, B.A. (Qu.), M.A., Ph.D. (Guelph), Distinguished Research Professor (Philosophy); S425 Ross Building, 736-5113, extension 77585 [for 1997-98 only, S442 Ross Building; extension 77593].
Feminist theory; epistemology; de Beauvoir, Wittgenstein; Foucault.
"Pragmatism and Feminism: A Radical Future?" in Radical Philosophy. November, 1997.
"How To Think Globally: Stretching the Limits of Imagination," in Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy (forthcoming 1998).
General Editor, Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories. Routledge, UK (forthcoming 1998).
Rhetorical Spaces: Essays on (Gendered) Locations. New York: Routledge, 1995.
Changing Methods: Feminist Transforming Practice. ed. with Sandra Burt. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 1995.
"What is Natural About Epistemology Naturalized?" in American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 1, January 1996.
"Responsibility and Rhetoric," in Hypatia. 9, #1 (1994).
"Who Cares? The Poverty of Objectivism for a Moral Epistemology," in Alan Megill, ed., Rethinking Objectivity. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1994.
What Can She Know? Feminist Theory and the Construction of Knowledge. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1991.
"The Impact of Feminism on Epistemology," in APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy. 88, #2 (Winter 1989).
Epistemic Responsibility. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England/Brown University Press, 1987.
George Comninel, B.A. (Corn.), M.A., Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Political Science); Director, Graduate Programme in Political Science; S640 Ross Building, 736-5265, extension 88829.
Political theory in social and historical context (especially early modern); epochs of fundamental social change: transition to feudalism, transition to capitalism; history and social theory; Marx’s early works, the Marxian critique of liberalism.
Rethinking the French Revolution: Marxism and the Revisionist Challenge. London: Verso, 1987.
"Quatre-Vingt-Neuf Revisited: Social Interests and Political Conflict in the French Revolution," in Historical Papers. Canadian Historical Association, 1989.
"English Feudalism and the Origin of Capitalism" (forthcoming).
Wes Cragg, B.Phil. (Oxon.), M.A. (Alta.), D.Phil. (Oxon.), Professor (Philosophy); S444 Ross Building/Schulich School of Business 200G, 736-5090, extension 20686.
Political philosophy; moral theory; applied ethics; environmental philosophy and ethics; business ethics.
"Myth, Metaphor and the Idea of Sustainable Development," in Human Society and the Natural World. Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 1994.
"Philosophy of Punishment and the Problem of Disparities," in Rechtstheorie: Law, Justice and the State. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot, 1993.
Contemporary Moral Issues (3rd edition). Toronto: McGraw-Hill/ Ryerson, 1992.
The Practice of Punishment: Toward a Theory of Restorative Justice. London: Routledge, 1992.
Retributivism and Its Critics. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1991.
Gordon Darroch, B.A. (W.Ont.), M.A., Ph.D. (Duke), Professor (Sociology); 2090 Vari Hall, 736-5015, extension 77994.
Social history; historical sociology; social class; social change.
"Scanty Fortunes and Rural Middle-Class Formation: Farm Size and Farm Families in Nineteenth-Century Ontario," Canadian Historical Review (forthcoming 1997).
"Domestic-Revolution and Middle Class Formation in Nineteenth-Century Ontario," The History of the Family: An International Quarterly (forthcoming, 1998).
Property and Inequality in Victorian Ontario: Structural Patterns and Cultural Communities in the 1871 Census (with Lee Soltow). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.
"Half Empty or Half Full? Images and Interpretations in the Historical Analysis of the Catholic Irish in Nineteenth-Century Canada," in Canadian Ethnic Studies/Etudes ethnique au Canada. XXV, #1 (1993): 1-8.
"Preserving Historical Databases and Facing Technical Change: Common Issues for Social Historians and Archivists," (with Sue Gavrel, David Bates, Anne Oram and John Tibert). Archivaria. 34 (Summer 1992).
"Ethnicity and Class, Transitions Over a Decade: Ontario 1861-1871," (with M.D. Ornstein) in David J. Bercuson, ed., Canadian Labour History: Selected Readings. Toronto: Copp-Clark, 1987 (reprinted).
Ioan Davies, B.Sc. (Lond.), M.A. (Cantab.), Ph.D. (Essex), Professor (Sociology); 326 Founders College, 736-5148, extension 33192. http://members.tripod.ca/~IoanDavies/
Aesthetics and critical cultural theory; listening for the voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind; currently working on a comparative study of the culture of cities, and completing two manuscripts on cultural margins and urban culture as well as swimming theoretically and fictively with Mami Wata.
"Negotiating African Culture: Toward a decolonization of the Fetish," in Fred Jameson and Masao Myioshi (eds). The Cultures of Globalization. Duke University Press, 1998
"Lyotard's Jewishness," in Bryan Turner (ed). Forget Lyotard. Routledge, 1998.
Cultural Studies and Beyond: Fragments of Empire. London: Routledge, 1995.
Writers in Prison. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990.
Daniel Drache, B.A. (Tor.), M.A. (Qu.), Professor; (Political Science); Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies; 227 York Lanes, 736-5415.
Post Fordism; globalization; work and employment; trade Blocs; Harold Innis and social and political thought in Canada
States Against Markets: The Limits of Globalization. with Robert Boyer. London: Routledge, 1996.
Warm Heart, Cold Country: Social and Fiscal Policy Reform. Caledon Institute and Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, 1995.
Staples, Markets and Cultural Change: Collected Essays of Harold Innis (ed.). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1995.
The Changing Workplace (with H.J. Glusbeek). Toronto: 1993.
The New Era of Global Competition (with M. Gertler). Montreal: 1991.
Helmar Drost, Dipl. Volkswirt (Cologne), Dr. rer. soc. (Bochum), Professor (Economics); 426 Atkinson College, 736-2100, extension 66695.
Epistemology; post-Keynesian theories of accumulation and income distribution; social and labour issues in the economic restructuring debate; political economy of visible minorities.
"Bohm-Bawerk’s Letters to J.B. Clark: A Pre-Cambridge Controversy in the Theory of Capital," in Philip Arestis,Gabriel Palma and Malcolm Sawyer eds., Capital Controversy: Post-Keynesian Economics and the History of Economic Thought. Essays in Honour of Geoff Hartcourt, London:Routledge, 1997, pp.82-94.
"Joblessness Among Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples." In Brian K. MacLean and Lars Osberg, eds., The Unemployment Crisis: All For Nought? McGill/Queen’s University Press, 1996, pp. 177-206.
"Schooling, Vocational Training and Unemployment: The Case of Canadian Aboriginals." Canadian Public Policy. 20 (1994): 52-65.
"The Great Depression in East Germany: The Effects of Unification on East Germany’s Economy." East European Politics and societies. 7 (1993): 452-481.
"Rational Economic Man: A Procrustean Model of Economic Behaviour." York Studies in Political Economy. 6 (1987): 70-86.
Henry Flakierski, Di. (Leningrad Planning Instit.), D.Econ. (Warsaw), Professor (Economics, Social Science); S735 Ross Building, 736-5054, extension 33430.
Political economy and theoretical problems of the socialist economy; economic reforms and income distribution; the theory of development and growth in the socialist countries; comparative economic systems; transition in Eastern Europe; comparative studies.
Market Socialism Revisited, M.E. Sharpe 1995.
Income Inequalities in the Former Soviet Union and its Republics. M.E. Sharpe 1993.
Changes in Income Distribution in the USSR. Cambridge University Press, 1991.
The Economic System and Income Distribution in Jugoslavia. M.E. Sharpe, 1990.
Economic Reform and Income Distribution: A Case Study of Hungary and Poland. New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1986.
"Polish Post-War Economic Growth." Soviet Studies. 27, #3 (July 1985).
"Economic Reform and Income Distribution in Hungary." Cambridge Journal of Economics. 5 (1981).
"Economic Reform and Income Distribution in Hungary." Cambridge Journal of Economics. 3 (1979).
"Polish Economic Reforms." In The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the 1980s: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives. Mosaic Press, 1978.
Barbara Godard, B.A. (Tor.), M.A. (Montr.), Doctorat 3e cycle (Bordeaux), Associate Professor (English, French Studies and Women’s Studies); 350 Stong College, 736-5166, extension 22147.
Literary theory and semiotics; feminist theory and French feminism; feminist discourse; translation and translation theory; narratology; comparative English Canadian and Quebec literature and culture. Past editor of Tessera, a feminist theoretical/literary periodical. Contributing editor of Open Letter. Editorial boards of Topia, Social Semiotics.
"Passionate Ethics," in Resources for Feminist Research, 1997 (ed. with P. McCallum).
"Feminist Speculations on Value: Culture in an Age of Downsizing." in Ghost in the Machine: Women and Culture in Canada and Australia. Ed. Alison Beale, Toronto/Melburne 1997.
Intersexions: Issues of Race and Gender in Canadian Women’s Writers." ed with Coomi S. Vevaina. Creative Books, 1996.
Collaboration in the Feminine: Writings on ‘Women’ and ‘Culture’ from Tessera. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1994.
"Canadian? Literary? Theory?" Open Letter. 8, #3 (1992).
"Translating (with) The Speculum." TTR. 4, #2 (1991).
"The Politics of Representation: Some Native Canadian Writers." In W.H. New, ed., Native Writers and Canadian Writing. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1990.
"Critical Discourse In/On Quebec." In Arnold Davidson, ed., Studies on Canadian Literature. New York: MLA, 1990.
"Structuralism/Post-Structuralism: Language, Reality and Canadian Literature." In John Moss, ed., Future Indicative: Literary Theory and Canadian Literature. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1987.
Gynocritics/Gynocritiques: Feminist Approaches to Canadian and Quebec Women’s Writing (ed.). Toronto: ECW, 1987.
Bryan Green, B.A. (Exe.), M.A. (Ill.), Ph.D. (Bath), Professor (Sociology); 2098 Vari Hall, 736-5015, extension 77995.
Classical theory; textual and discourse analysis especially with relation to policy documents.
Gerontology and the Construction of Old Age. Aldine 1993.
Knowing the Poor. Routledge, 1983. Republished, Gregg Revivals 1992.
Literary Methods and Sociological Theory. Chicago, 1988.
Leslie Green, B.A. (Qu.), M.Phil., M.A., D.Phil. (Oxon.), Associate Professor (Law and Philosophy); Chair, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts; S431 Ross Building, 736-5113 or 736-5114.
Jurisprudence and legal theory; political theory; philosophy and sexuality.
"Pornographizing, Subordinating, and Silencing," in ed. R. Post, Censorship and Silencing. New York: Oxford, 1998.
"Pornographies," in Journal of Political Philosophy, (forthcoming, 1998).
"The Concept of Law Revisited." in Michigan Law Review, 94, 1996.
"Internal Minorities and their Rights," in ed. W. Kymlicka, Rights of Cultural Minorities. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.
"Sexuality, Authenticity and Modernity." Vol. 8, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 1995
The Authority of the State. Oxford, 1990.
Law and The Community (with A. Hutchinson). Carswell, 1989.
Douglas Hay, B.A., M.A. (Tor.), Ph.D. (Warw.), Associate Professor (Law and History); 325 Osgoode, 736-5563.
History of English and Canadian criminal law and its administration; British social history; comparative history of crime; history of labour law; history of criminology.
Eighteenth Century English Society: Shuttles and Swords. (with Nicholas Rogers), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.
Friends of the Chief Justice. 1990.
Policing and Prosecution in Britain. 1989.
Labour, Law and Crime: An Historical Perspective. 1987.
Albion’s Fatal Tree (editor and contributor). 1975.
Judith Adler Hellman, B.A. (C’nell), M.Phil. (L.S.E.), Ph.D. (Lond.), Professor (Political Science and Social Science); 133 Founders College, 736-5148, extension 44087.
Latin American and Caribbean politics; new social movements; feminism; peasant movements; new international division of labour., immigration.
"Italian Women's Struggle Against Violence, 1976-1996," in Mark Donovan, ed. Italian Politics, Dartmouth, 1998
"Immigrant ‘Space’ in Italy: When an Immigrant Sending Becomes an Immigrant Receiving Society," in Modern Italy, December 1997.
"Toward a Comparative Framework for the Analysis of Women’s Movements," in Current World Leaders. December, 1997.
"Continuity and Change in the Mexican Political System: New Ways of Knowing a New Reality," in European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. December 1997
"The Riddle of New Social Movements: Who They Are and What They Do," in S. Halebsky and R. Harris, eds., Capital, Power, and Inequality in Latin America. Westview, 1995
Mexican Lives. New York: The New Press, 1994
"Mexican Popular Movements, Clientelism, and the Process of Democratization," in Latin American Perspectives. Spring, 1994.
"Latin American Social Movements and the Question of Autonomy," in Alvarez and Escobar, eds., New Social Movements in Latin America. Westview, 1994.
Mexico in Crisis. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1978, 1983, 1988.
Journeys Among Women: Feminism in Five Italian Cities. New York: Oxford , 1987
Stephen Hellman, B.A. (S. Calif.), M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. (Yale), Professor (Political Science); S662 Ross Building, 736-5265, extension 88815.
Italian and European politics; Marxist political theory; left-wing political and social movements; political economy of advanced industrial states; contemporary Marxism/Antonio Gramsci.
"Italy," in Mark Kesselman, Joel Krieger, Christopher S. Allen, Stephen Hellman, and George Ross, European Politics in Transition (3rd edition). Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
"The Left and the Decomposition of the Party System in Italy," in Ralph Milliband and L. Panitch, eds., The Socialist Register 1993. Merlin Press, 1993: 190-210.
Italian Communism in Transition: The Rise and Fall of the Historic Compromise in Turin, 1975-1980. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1988.
"Feminism and the Model of Militancy in the PCI: Challenges to the Old Style of Politics." In Mary Fainsod Katzenstein and Carol Mueller, eds., The Women’s Movements in the U. S. and Western Europe: Feminist Consciousness, Political Opportunity and Public Policy. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1987: 132-153.
Asher Horowitz, B.A. (McG.), M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Political Science); S648 Ross Building, 736-5265, extension 88829.
Political theory; Rousseau; critical theory; psychoanalytic theory; ethics; the messiah.
The Barbarism of Reason: Max Weber and Post-Enlightenment Political Thought (ed.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.
Rousseau, Nature, and History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987.
‘Everywhere They Are in Chains’: Political Theory from Rousseau to Marx (with Gad Horowitz). Toronto: 1988.
Les Jacobs, B.A., M.A. (W.Ont.), D.Phil. (Oxon..), Associate Professor (Philosophy and Law and Society); S423 Ross Building, 736-5113, extension 77556.
Social justice; equality; democratic theory; United States and Canadian social policy.
"Federalism and National Minorities," University of Toronto Law Journal (in press)
John Stuart Mill’s ‘The Subjection of Women’: His Contemporary and Modern Critics. New York: Caravan Books (forthcoming).
"The Second Wave of Analytical Marxism." in Philosophy of the Social Sciences. June 1996.
"Can An Egalitarian Justify Universal Access to Health Care?" in Social Theory and Practice. Fall 1996.
The Democratic Vision of Politics. Prentice-Hall, 1996.
"Equal Opportunity and Gender Disadvantage." Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence. (1994).
Rights and Deprivation. Oxford, 1993.
Ian C. Jarvie, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Lond.), F.R.S.C., Distinguished Research Professor (Philosophy); S439 Ross Building, 736-5113, extension 22582.
Philosophy of the social sciences; philosophy of science; history and theory of anthropology; film; pornography.
Children and the Movies: Media Influences and the Payne Fund Controversy. with Garth S. Jowett, Kathryn H. Fuller. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Philosophy of the Film: Epistemology, Ontology, Aesthetics. New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1987.
Thinking about Society: Theory and Practice. Dordrecht, Boston: D. Reidel Pub. Co, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1987.
Rationality and Relativism: In Search of a Philosophy and History of Anthropology. London, Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1984.
Movies as Social Criticism. Scarecrow, 1978.
Louis Lefeber, B.A. (Budapest), Ph.D. (M.I.T.), Professor Emeritus (Economics); 325 Founders College, 736-5148, extension 22233.
Political economy; history of political economic thought; economic development.
"Trade, Employment and Rural Development," Japan Center of Area Studies, Series 2 (Osaka, 1997).
"What Remains of Development Economics." Indian Economic Review (1992).
"The Socialist Experience in Greece." International Journal of Political Economy. (1989-90).
Democracy and Development in Latin America (ed. with L. North). Toronto: 1980.
Two Views of Aid and Development (with John Buttrick). Ottawa: 1979.
Regional Development: Experiences and Prospects in South and Southeast Asia (with M. Datta-Chaudhuri) Geneva: 1969; The Hague: 1971.
Marie-Christine Leps, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (McG.), Associate Professor (English); 352 Stong College, 736-5166, extension 22145.
Literary theory; semiotics; discourse analysis.
"’Passport Please’: Legal and Literary Fictions of Identity," with L. Higgins, in College Literature, 1998.
"Empowerment through Information: A Discursive Critique," in Cultural Critique, 31 (Fall 1995): 179-96.
Apprehending the Criminal: The Production of Deviance in Nineteenth-Century Discourse. "Post-Contemporary Interventions" Series, Stanley Fish and Fredric Jameson, eds. Durham: Duke University Press, 1992.
"Crossdisciplinary Inquiry in the Information Age." in Social Epistemology. 4, #3 (1990): 281-91.
Stephen K. Levine, B.A. (Penn.), Ph.D., D.S.Sc. (New School for Social Research), Associate Professor (Social Science); S771 Ross Building, 736-5054, extension 77386.
Phenomenology; existentialism; hermeneutics; critical theory; expressive art therapies; aesthetics and postmodern theory.
Foundations of Expressive Arts Therapy, ed., Jessica Kinsley, London (forthcoming).
"The Expressive Body: A Fragmented Totality," The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 23, No. 2, 1996.
"The Art of Despair: Therapy After Godot," C.R.E.A.T.E., Journal of the Creative and Expressive Arts Therapies Exchange, Vol. 5, 1995.
"The Second Coming: Chaos and Order in Therapy and the Arts," C.R.E.A.T.E.: Journal of the Creative and Expressive Arts Therapies Exchange, Vol. 4, 1994.
"Order and Chaos in Therapy and the Arts: An Encounter with Rudolf Arnheim," The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 21, No. 4, 1994.
Poiesis: The Language of Psychology and the Speech of the Soul. Palmerston Press, 1992.
Bernard Lightman, B.A. , M.A. (York (Can.)), Ph.D. (Brandeis), Professor (Humanities); 309 Bethune College, 736-5164, extension 22028.
Modern European intellectual history, history of modern science, science and gender, science and religion.
"Victorian Science in Context," ed. B. Lightman. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Victorian Faith in Crisis: Essays on Continuity and Change in Nineteenth Century Religious Belief. Co-edited with Richard Helmstadter, Stanford University Press, 1990.
The Origins of Agnosticism: Victorian Unbelief and the Limits of Knowledge. John Hopkins, 1987.
Meg Luxton, B.A., Phil.M., Ph.D. (Tor.), Professor (Social Science, Women’s Studies); 302 Atkinson College, 736-2100, extension 55235.
Feminist theory; political economy and Marxist social theory; Canadian society.
Feminism and Families: Critical Policies and Changing Practices. Halifax: Fernwood, 1997.
Restructuring Steel: The Stelco Story (with V. Corman, D. Livingston, W. Seccombe). Halifax: Fernwood, 1993.
Women’s Work, Women’s Struggles: Feminism and Political Economy (ed. with H. J. Maroney). Toronto: Methuen, 1987.
Through the Kitchen Window: The Politics of Home and Family (with H. Rosenberg). Toronto: Garamond, 1986.
Feminism Marxist or Marxist Feminism: A debate (ed.). Toronto: Garamond Press, 1985.
"From Feminism and Political Economy to Feminist Political Economy." (with H. J. Maroney). In H. J. Maroney and M. Luxton, eds., Women’s Work, Women’s Struggles: Feminism and Political Economy. Toronto: Methuen, 1987.
More Than a Labour of Love. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1980.
Sam Mallin, B.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Professor (Philosophy); 630 Atkinson College, 736-2100, extension 66449.
Continental philosophy, philosophy of art and of prehistory.
David McNally, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Political Science); 340 York Hall, Glendon College, 487-6735, extension 88324.
Marxist theory; classical political economy; Marxism and the philosophy of language: working class movements; political economy and culture of late capitalism.
Against the Market: Political Economy, Market Socialism and the Marxist Critique. Verso, 1993.
Political Economy and the Rise of Capitalism. University of California, 1988.
And articles in Labour/Le Travail, Studies in Political Economy, History of Political Thought, International Socialism, Capital and Class, History of Political Thought, Radical Political Economics and Monthly Review.
Currently working on a book on Marxism and Language
Peter Morris, B.Sc. (Nottingham), M.Sc. (Br.Col.), Professor (Film & Video); 230 Centre for Film & Theatre, 736-5149, extension 22169.
Canadian film; cross-cultural criticism, the construction of national aesthetics and genre; post-classical film theory; reception theory.
David Cronenberg: A Delicate Balance. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994.
"In Our Own Eyes: The Canonizing of Canadian Cinema." Canadian Journal of Film Studies. 2, #2 (1992).
"Praxis into Process: John Grierson and the National Film Board of Canada." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 9, #3 (1989).
"Questions of Property: The Cultural Imperative or the Imperative’s Culture." In Ian Parker, John Hutcheson, Patrick Crawley, eds., The Strategy of Canadian Culture in the 21st Century. TOPCAT Communications, 1989.
Stephen Newman, B.A. (Rochester), M.A., Ph.D. (C’nell), Associate Professor (Political Science); Chair, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts; S659 Ross Building, 736-5265.
Liberal theory, American political thought.
"Why the Left is Wrong about Rights." Studies in Political Thought. 2:1 (Fall 1993)
"Locke’s Two Treatises and Contemporary Thought: Freedom, Community and the Liberal Tradition." in John Locke’s Two Treatises and Government. New Interpretations. ed E. Harphau, Kansas Press, 1991.
"Liberalism and the Divided Mind of the American Right." Polity. Fall 1989: 75-96.
Liberalism at Wits’ End: The Libertarian Revolt Against the Modern State. Cornell University Press, 1984.
Liisa North, B.A. (Bost.), M.A., Ph.D. (Calif.), Professor (Political Science); 240D York Lanes, 736-5237, extension 66936.
The impact of neo-liberal adjustment policies on community-based enterprises; Ecuador in comparative perspective; undertaken with L. Lefeber with support from SSHRCC.
Liberal Theory: Family, Community and the Welfare State. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.
The Poverty of Postmodernism. Routledge, 1994.
Critical Conventions: Interpretation in the Literary Arts and Sciences. 1992.
"AIDS as a Globalizing Crisis." Theory, Culture, Society. (1990).
"Psychoanalytic Jewels: The Case of Dora." In S.H. Riggins, ed., The Semiotics of Objects. Indiana University Press, 1991.
Plato’s Cave: Desire, Power and the Specular Functions of the Media. Norwood: Ablex Publishing Corp., 1991.
The Communicative Body: Studies in Communicative Philosophy, Politics and Psychology. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1989.
Five Bodies: The Human Shape of Modern Society. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985.
Essaying Montaigne: A Study of the Renaissance Institution of Reading and Writing. London and Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982.
Leo Panitch, B.A. (Manit.), M.Sc., Ph.D. (L.S.E.), Professor (Political Science); S660 Ross Building, 736-5265, extension 33891.
State theory; political economy; Canadian politics; European politics; political sociology; working class politics; Marxism; democratic administration; globalization
The End of Parliamentray Socialism: From New Left to New Labour. with
Colin Leys London, Verso, 1997.
"Ruthless Criticism of All that Exists," ed. The Socialist Register. 1997
"Are There Alernatives?" ed. The Socialist Register. 1996
"Why Not Capitalism?" ed. The Socialist Register. 1995
Between Globalism and Nationalism (ed. with R. Miliband). London: Socialist Register, 1994.
Real Problems/False Solutions (ed. with R. Miliband). London: Socialist Register, 1993.
New World Order? (ed. with R. Miliband). London: Socialist Register, 1992.
Post-Communist Regimes (ed. with R. Miliband). London: Socialist Register, 1991.
The Retreat of the Intellectuals (ed. with R. Miliband). London: Socialist Register, 1990.
The Assault on Trade Union Freedoms: From Consent to Coercion Revisited (with Donald Schwartz). Toronto: 1988. 2nd Revised edition, 1993.
Working Class Politics in Crisis; Essays on Labour and the State. London: 1986.
The Canadian State: Political Economy and Political Power (ed. and contributor). Toronto: 1977.
Social Democracy and Industrial Militancy: The Labour Party, the Trade Unions, and Income Policy, 1945-74. Cambridge University Press, 1976.
Brayton Polka, A.B., Ph.D. (Harv.), Professor (Humanities); 213 Vanier College, 736-5158, extension 66979. Fax: 736-5460.
Interpretation as the dialectic of thought and existence: Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard, Freud, Jung.
Truth and Interpretation: An Essay in Thinking. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1990.
The Dialectic of Biblical Critique: Interpretation and Existence. London: The Macmillan Press; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1986.
Nicholas C. T. Rogers, B.A., M.A. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Tor.), Professor (History); 2182 Vari Hall, 736-5123, extension 30414.
British social history (particularly the early capitalist era); social history: theory and methodology.
Unfree Labour in the Development of the Atlantic. eds. Paul E. Lovejoy and Nicholas Rogers. London: World, 1994.
Eighteenth-Century English Society: Shuttles and Swords. with Douglas Hay. Oxford University Press, 1998.
Crowds, Culture, and Politics in Georgian Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.
"The Anthropological Turn in Social History," in eds. Philip Gulliver and Marilyn Silverman, Anthropological Approaches to the Past: Historical Anthropology Through Irish Case Studies. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992.
Whigs and Cities: Popular Politics in the Age of Walpole and Pitt. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.
Harriet G. Rosenberg, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Mich.), Associate Professor (Social Science); S770 Ross Building, 736-5054, extension 77827.
Women and environmental health, discourses of resistance and compliance.
"Complaint Discourse Among the Ju'/hoansi [Bushman] of Botswana," in Jay Sokolovsky, ed. The Cultural Context of Aging. 2nd ed. 1996.
"Complaint Discourse, Aging and Caregiving among the Kung San of Botswana." in Jay Sokolovsky ed The Cultural Context of Aging. 2nd ed. 1995.
"From Trash to Treasure: Housewife Activists and the Environmental Justice Movement," in eds. Jane Schneider and Rayna Rapp. Articulating Hidden Histories. Berkeley: U of California Press, 1995.
Through the Kitchen Window: The Politics of Home and Family. with Sedef Arat-Koc and Meg Luxton. Garamond, 1990.
Margaret Schabas, B.S., A.M. (Ind.), Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Philosophy); Ross Building S440, 736-5113, extension 44721.
History and philosophy of science; science and society; history and philosophy of economics.
A World Ruled by Number. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990.
"Breaking Away." Hope. (1992).
Articles in HOPE, ISIS, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, etc.
Ato Sekyi-Otu, A.B. (Harv.), M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Social Science); 123 McLaughlin College, 736-5128 , extension 30437.
Modern social and political philosophy; contemporary African literature, literary theory and social thought.
Completing a book on Ghanaian writer Ayi Kwei Armah provisionally entitled The Broken Ring of Meaning: Armah and Rhetorics of the African Condition.
Fanon’s Dialectic of Experience. Harvard University Press, 1996.
"Three Syntaxes of Particularity." In Ian H. Angus ed., Ethnicity in a Technological Age. Alberta: University of Alberta, 1988.
"The Grammar of Revolutionary Homecoming in Two Thousand Seasons." Research in African Literatures. 18, #2 (Summer 1987): 192-214.
"The Refusal of Agency: The Founding Narrative and Waiyaki’s Tragedy in The River Between." Research in African Literatures. 16, #2 (Summer 1985): 157-178.
David Shugarman, B.A. (Alta.), M.A., Ph.D. (Tor.), Associate Professor (Political Science); 224 McLaughlin College 736-5128, extension 77082.
Political philosophy; theories of rationality; Canadian political thought; ideology; philosophy of social science; change and protest; ethics.
Honest Politics. with Ian Greene. Lorimer, 1997.
"Citizenship and Civil Society: Redressing Undemocratic Features of the Welfare State," in eds. G Albo, D. Langille and L. Panitch eds., A Different Kind of State. London: Oxford University Press, 1993
"The Social Charter," in eds. D. Cameron and M. Smith.. Constitutional Politics. Lorimer, 1992
"The Use and Abuse of Politics." In D. MacNiven, ed., Moral Expertise. Routledge, 1990.
"Ideology and the Charter," in eds. D. Shugarman and R. Whitaker. Federalism and Political Community: Essays in Honour of Donald Smiley. Broadview, 1989.
Brian Singer, B.A., M.A. (Tor.), Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Sociology); Director, Graduate Programme in Social & Political Thought; S714 Ross Building/C116 York Hall, Glendon College, 736-2100 extension 77402/487-6741, extension 88377 .
Social and political theory; French intellectual history; social movements; historical sociology.
Claude Levi Strauss, On Sounds, Shapes and Words. trans. B. Singer. Basic Books, 1997.
"Cultural vs. Contractual Nations: Rethinking their Opposition.," in History and Theory. October, 1996.
"The Heidegger Affair." Theory and Society 72, 1993.
Jean Baudrillard, Seduction. trans. B. Singer. New World Perspectives/Macmillon/ St. Mortin’s, 1990.
"Violence in the French Revolution," in Social Research, Vol. 56, No. 1. Spring 1989.
Society, Theory and the French Revolution. Macmillon/St. Mortin’s, 1986.
Patricia Stamp, B.A. (Wellesley), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Lond.), Associate Professor (Social Science); Master, Founders College; 316 Founders College, 736-5148, extension 44742.
African Studies (focus on Kenya and Ghana); Third World political economy; ideology and discourse; Third World feminist theory; feminist and democratic struggle in the New Imperial Order.
"Power to the Elders: the Politics of Aging Amongst the Kikuyu Women of Kenya," in ed. Gorgen Povlsen. Childhood and Old Age: Equals or Opposites? Odense, Denmark, (forthcoming, 1998).
Technology, Gender and Power in Africa. Ottawa: IDRC, 1989; 3rd printing, 1997.
"Mothers of Invention: Women’s Agency in the Kenyan State." in J.K. Gardiner, ed., Provoking Agents: Theorizing Gender and Agency. University of Illinois Press, 1995.
"Burying Otieno: The Politics of Gender and Ethnicity in Kenya." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 16, #4 (Summer 1991).
"Kikuyu Women’s Self-Help Groups: Towards an Understanding of the Relationship Between Sex-Gender System and Mode of Production in Africa." In Women and Class in Africa. New York: 1986.
"Local Government in Kenya: Ideology and Political Practice, 1985-1974." African Studies Review. 29 (1986).
Also appointed to Graduate Programmes in Political Science and Women’s Studies. Canadian Representative, Technical committee of the African Academy of Sciences programme on Research Priorities for the Education of Women and Girls in Africa, 1992-1996. Consultant, IDRC.
Patrick Taylor, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Humanities/CERLAC); 312 Founders College, 736-5148, extension 40481.
Nineteenth and twentieth century European thought; postcolonial thought; Caribbean cultural studies; religion and politics.
Forging Identities and Patterns of Development: Latin American and the Caribbean (co-editor). Canadian Scholars Press, 1991.
The Narrative of Liberation. Cornell, 1989.
Barrie A. Wilson, B.A. (Bishop’s), M.A. (Columbia), Ph.D. (Tor.), Professor, (Humanities, Philosophy); 736 Atkinson College, 736-5208, extension 66631. (On sabbatical 1997-8).
Hermeneutics: biblical, religious and philosophical.
Hermeneutical Studies: Sophocles, Plato, Dilthey. New York: Mellon, 1991.
About Interpretation: Readings in Hermeneutics from Plato to Dilthey. NY/Munich: Peter Lang, 1990.
"Meta-Interpretation." In Dictionary of Criticism. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.
To the Point. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1988.
The Anatomy of Argument. Washington DC: University Press of America, 1986 (revised ed.).
Interpretation, MetaInterpretation and Oedipus Tyrannus. Berkeley: Centre for Hermeneutical Studies, 1981.
H. T. Wilson, A.B. (Tufts), M.A., Ph.D. (Rutgers), Professor (Public Administration, Law and Political Science); 234 McLaughlin College, 736-5088, extension 77896; fax 736-5436.
Canadian institutions and sovereignty; theory of legitimacy; politic and social policy; supranationality; knowledge claims of the ‘New Physics.’
Einstein’s Body: Space and Time as Axial Coordinates of Thought and Action. (in press)
Capitalism after Postmodernism, 1996.
No Ivory Tower. Voyageur, 1996.
Marx’s Critical/Dialectical Procedure. 1991.
Retreat From Governance. 1989.
Sex and Gender. 1989.
Political Management. 1985.
"The Impact of Gender on Critical Theory’s Critique of Advanced Industrial Society." Current Perspectives in Social Theory. 12 (1992): 125-36.
"Essential Process of Modernity: An Analysis and Critique of Social Science Research Practices and an Alternative." In International University of Japan Annual Review, 1987-88. Niigata: 1988:1-42.
"Critical Theory’s Critique of Social Science, I and II." History of European Ideas. 7, #2: 127-147; 7, #3: 287-302 (1986).
Editorial board member of Philosophy of the Social Sciences and European Legacy.
Ted Winslow, B.A. (Sask.), M.A. (Tor.), Ph.D. (York (Can.)), Associate Professor (Social Science); S776 Ross Building, 736-5054, extension 77819.
Phenomenology; psychoanalysis and political economy; economics of Marx and Keynes.
"Keynes on Rationality," in ed. Bill Gerrard. The Economics of Rationality. 1993.
"Uncertainty and liquidity-preference," in eds. Sheila Dow and John Hillard. Keynes, Knowledge and Uncertainty. 1995.
"Bloomsbury, Freud, and the Vulgar Passions." Social Research. (Winter, 1990).
"Psychoanalysis and Keynes’ Account of the Psychology of the Trade Cycle," in John Hillard and Bill Gerrard, eds., Interpreting Keynes.
"John Maynard Keynes’s Poetical Economy." The Journal of Psychohistory. (Fall 1989).
"Organic Interdependence, Uncertainty, and Economic Analysis." The Economic Journal. (December 1989).
"Keynes and Freud: Psychoanalysis and Keynes’s Account of the ‘Animal Spirits’ of Capitalism." Social Research. 53 (1986).
Ellen Wood, A.B. (Calif.), M.A., Ph.D. (Calif.), Professor Emeritus (Political Science); (home:) (416) 961-4838.
Social history of political thought; history and theory of the state; history of capitalism; democracy. Editor of Monthly Review.
A Trumpet of Sedition: Political Theory and the Rise of Capitalism, 1509-1688. with Neal Wood. Pluto Press and N.Y.U. Press, 1997.
Democracy Against Capitalism: Renewing Historical Materialism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
The Pristine Culture of Capitalism: A Historical Essay on Old Regimes and Modern States. London: Verso, 1991.
Peasant-Citizen and Slave: The Foundations of Athenian Democracy. London: Verso, 1988.
The Retreat from Class: A New "True" Socialism. London: Verso, 1986.
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