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“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

Working Paper 2016-03

Sex and the Single Worker: Who’s Cynical about Work-Life Balance? John Kervin, University of Toronto Mark Easton, University of Toronto UT Sociology Working Paper No. 2016-03 June 2016 Keywords: work-life balance, gender, household structure Full Article Abstract Increasing numbers of employers are instituting policies and practices to address the problems of employees’ work-life balance (WLB), … 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

What happens when first-time mothers take maternity leave?

What happens when first-time mothers take maternity leave? For one thing, they begin to socialize with each other. With months or years away from the workforce and a whole new identity as a parent, women often seek out groups where they share parenting-related knowledge and, in many cases, gain emotional and social support. The women … Read More

U of T at the 2016 ASA

University of Toronto Sociology at the Annual Meeting of the 2016 American Sociological Association Our Sociology faculty members and graduate students are very active with the American Sociological Association, with over 60 of them appearing in this year’s program either as presented or an organizer of a panel. See the program for more information. Here … Read More

DeCentering Citizenship

Professor Hae Yeon Choo is Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of Toronto, Mississauga, and Affiliated Faculty of the Asian Institute and the Women and Gender Studies Institute. Her new book Decentering Citizenship examines the varying claims to citizenship rights of Filipina migrants in South Korea. Stanford Press provides the following synopsis Decentering Citizenship follows … Read More

Gender and the Census

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. S.W. recently published an Op Ed in the Toronto Star discussing the … Read More

New Website for The Centre for Global Social Policy

Established in 2013, The Centre for Global Social Policy functions as a hub supporting collaborative work that takes a global perspective to social policy research.  The Centre is housed in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto; Professor Ito Peng is the Centre’s director. The Centre’s work is currently dominated by a major … Read More

Gender and the Artist Archetype

Congratulations to Doctoral Candidate Diana Miller who recently published an article that reviews scholarship on gender inequalities among creative and artistic producers. The article is currently behind a paywall but here is the citation and abstract. Miller, D. L. (2016) Gender and the Artist Archetype: Understanding Gender Inequality in Artistic Careers. Sociology Compass, 10: 119–131. … Read More

P2P: Marital Monogamy as Ideal and Practice

Every student in the Sociology PhD program at the University of Toronto completes the Research Practicum course in their second year. This course involves each student working directly on a research project with a faculty member through the various stages of research and writing while also meeting with other graduate students in the course to … Read More