CAWLS is proud to announce the winners of its 2017 Prizes for outstanding scholarship in the field of Work and Labour Studies in Canada. The awards were given out at a ceremony at CAWLS’ fourth annual conference in June 2017 at Ryerson University. The prize committee was chaired by Craig Heron (York University), and consisted of Susan Braedley (Carleton University), and Lisa Kowalchuk (Guelph University).
Congratulations to all the winners!
CAWLS Book Prize
Bryan D. Palmer and Gaétan Héroux, Toronto’s Poor. A Rebellious History (Between the Lines)
New Voices in Labour Studies Best Graduate Paper Prize
Émilie Aunis (Université Laval), “Solidarités et mobilisations des chauffeurs Uber : Entraves et conditions propices à l’action collective de travailleurs indépendants en France et au Québec”
CAWLS Awards for Outstanding Undergraduate Scholarship
Seamus Grayer (Simon Fraser University), “The Young and the Cultural: Worker Co-operatives as an Alternative Form of Labour Organizing for Young Cultural Workers”
Amélie Poirier (Université du Québec à Montréal), “Femmes migrantes, travail domestique et organisation politique”