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Nathan Innocente profiled in UTM Medium

Professor Nathan Innocente is an Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream) of Sociology and teaches at the Mississauga undergraduate campus. He was recently profiled in the Medium, UTM’s student newspaper. The full article is available on the Medium’s website. Here’s a short excerpt: The face behind the popular SOC100 Sociology assistant professor Nathan Innocente’s current research focuses … Read More

S.W. Underwood on campus radio

Sociology graduate student S.W. Underwood recently spoke on the CIUT radio show We Are U of T about trans organizing at U of T. The interview begins at minute 7.40

“Go Back to Your Country!”: Migrant Women Challenging Migrant Containment in South Korea

Professor Hae Yeon Choo discusses her new book on gender, migration and citizenship on the Gender & Society Blog.

UTM News features Hae Yeon Choo

Professor Hae Yeon Choo’s new book was recently profiled on the University of Toronto Mississauga’s News site. Women’s work: New book by UTM prof examines migrant labour and citizenship in South Korea Friday, October 7, 2016 – 12:50pm Blake Eligh news.utm@utoronto.ca A new book by a U of T Mississauga sociology professor Hae Yeon Choo … Read More

Pettinicchio on Hillary Clinton’s America

Professor David Pettinicchio is a faculty member at the University of Toronto, Mississauga with expertise in the area of political sociology and social policy. He, together with Michelle Maroto of the University of Alberta, recently published a piece on the Huffington Post Contributor platform. The entire post can be found online. The following is an … Read More

A podcast interview with Jooyoung Lee

The podcast “Office Hours” recently featured an interview with Professor Jooyoung Lee. Office Hours is a podcast produced by The Society Pages. Office Hours describes itself as a podcast featuring conversations with top social scientists. It is produced at the University of Minnesota, and is hosted by Matt Gunther, Matthew Aguilar-Champeau, and guests from The Society Pages graduate … Read More

Professor Neda Maghbouleh featured on UTM’s Research News site

The Research Office at the University of Toronto, Mississauga recently posted a profile of Professor Neda Maghbouleh, a sociologist specializing in race and ethnicity. The full profile is available here. The following is an excerpt: Hitting Home Wednesday, October 12, 2016 – 4:35pm Carla DeMarco car.demarco@utoronto.ca U of T Mississauga Sociology prof studies migration, minorities … Read More

Trans Rights at the University of Toronto

S.W. Underwood is a PhD student in Sociology with a specialization in gender, family, and critical cultural studies. The recipient of a SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier doctoral scholarship, his current research examines gender and family formation among gay men in the transition to parenthood. With Ben Vincent, a PhD student at the University of Leeds, Underwood … Read More

Anelyse Weiler on health care for Migrant

Anelyse Weiler is a PhD student in Sociology with research focusing on migrant farm workers in Canada. With two medical co-authors, Anelyse recently published an article on the BC Medical Journal’s blog. The BC Medical Journal is a general publication for the continuing education of physicians in British Columbia. The blog consists of “short timely … Read More

Ron Levi as Holocaust Education Week’s Scholar in Residence

Congratulations to Professor Ron Levi who has been named the Scholar in Residence for the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre’s 2016 Holocaust Education Week. Professor Levi is an Associate Professor of Global Affairs and Sociology and holds the George Ignatieff Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies. His research examines justice system responses to … Read More

Randol Contreras in Toronto Star

The Toronto Star recently published a feature article discussing Professor Randol Contreras’ research and its connections to his own life. Professor Contreras is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, Mississauga with a specialization in crime and gangs. His Book, The Stickup Kids: Race, Drugs, Violence, and the American Dream, has been highly acclaimed and … Read More

The Social Networks of Seniors

The Faculty of Arts and Science News recently profiled Professor Markus Schafer in their series on “Rising Stars.” The piece discusses Professor Schafer’s doctoral work that studied the social networks of seniors in a residence complex, and his ongoing research into social networks, health and aging more generally. Read the article here. Professor Schafer’s research … Read More

Alexandra Rodney on Totem Vodka

University of Toronto PhD Candidate Alexandra Rodney recently published a blog post on the site Sociological Images. The blog, created and edited by Professor Lisa Wade of Occidental College in Los Angeles, provides short sociological discussions of “compelling and timely imagery that spans the breadth of sociological inquiry.” It is widely used by instructors of … Read More

Professor Geoff Wodtke profiled by FAS as a Rising Star

The Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto recently profiled Geoff Wodtke as part of the Rising Star series. The article discusses Wodtke’s personal and professional interests in studying neighbourhood inequality. Be sure to read the whole article.