The Global Labour Research Centre at York University invites proposals for presentations at its upcoming second annual graduate symposium, which will take place on October 27-28, 2016. To encourage the formation of the broadest intellectual community, we invite proposals on a wide range of issues related, but not limited, to the areas of:
- work, employment, and labour rights
- migration, citizenship, and work
- inequality, work, and labour markets
- gender relations at work and in labour movements
- revitalization of workers’ movements
- work and popular culture
- labour, colonialism, and decolonization
The symposium is designed to provide an interdisciplinary venue for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to share their research ideas in a collaborative and supportive environment. Submissions may include dissertation proposals or chapters, major research papers, or course papers. Participants are encouraged to present on works in progress. In addition, symposium participants will be encouraged to submit their papers for consideration for publication in the GLRC’s Working Paper Series.
- Deadline for Submissions | August 31, 2016
- Title and a 150-word abstract of the proposed presentation; and
- A short biography, including list of degrees, current position and research interests
- Registration Fee | $25
Please send your proposal and supporting information to [email protected].
Submitters will be notified on the status of their proposal by September 16, 2016. For more information about the symposium go to http://glrc.apps01.yorku.ca/2016symposium/
Symposium Organizing Committee | Rawan Abdelbaki • Matthew Corbeil • Lacey Croft • Jordan House • Jolin Joseph • Adam King • Dr. Stephanie Ross • Dr. Mark Thomas
About the GLRC | The Global Labour Research Centre (GLRC) promotes the study of work, employment and labour at York University. The Centre’s mandate is to support engaged, interdisciplinary, collaborative and accessible research on pressing issues of economic and social justice, to foster a collaborative intellectual community, to cultivate and expand knowledge mobilization activities around work, employment and labour research, and to develop international linkages with leading research and learning centres.
Global Labour Research Centre
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies | York University
4700 Keele St. | Toronto, Canada, M3J 1P3
N808 Ross Building