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Faculty notes and presentations — Nov. 3

Faculty notes and presentations — Nov. 3

Brock faculty and staff make speeches and presentations around the world.

Publications — Sept. 29

Publications — Sept. 29

Faculty and staff publications posted on Sept. 29.

Layton’s hiatus presents a critical time for the NDP: expert

Layton’s hiatus presents a critical time for the NDP: expert

With Jack Layton temporarily stepping down for health reasons, preserving the NDP’s recent gains depends on the ability of its prominent MPs to step into the spotlight, Larry Savage says.

Labour Studies, Political Science

Labour Studies, Political Science

Larry Savage, associate professor of Labour Studies and Political Science, presented the paper “Strange Bedfellows: strategic voting and
the Canadian labor movement” at the United Association for Labor Education conference in New Orleans, La. on March 25.

Political Science, Labour Studies

Political Science, Labour Studies

Larry Savage, associate professor of Labour Studies and Political Science, delivered the keynote address, “Niagara’s Changing Labour Movement” to the Workers United Ontario Council General Meeting in Niagara Falls on Nov. 11.

Political Science, Labour Studies

Political Science, Labour Studies

Larry Savage, associate professor of Labour Studies and Political Science, has been elected vice-chair of the grievance committee of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations.

Labour Studies

Labour Studies

Larry Savage presented a paper, “The CAW and the Politics of Strategic Voting,” at the Society for Socialist Studies conference in Montreal on June 2.

Labour Studies, Sociology

Labour Studies, Sociology

Larry Savage (Labour Studies) and Dennis Soron (Sociology) presented the paper “Organized Labour, Nuclear Power and Environmental Justice:
A Comparative Analysis of the Canadian and U.S. Labor Movements” at the annual conference of the United Association of Labor Educators in San Diego, Calif. on March 27.

New books discuss white femininity, animal rights and the crisis in global capitalism

New books discuss white femininity, animal rights and the crisis in global capitalism

Three books by Brock Sociology professors will be launched this week at an event in Academic South.

A look at Ontario labour law

A look at Ontario labour law

Larry Savage, associate professor, Labour Studies and Political Science, was interviewed on CBC’s Morning North show about Vale Inco’s decision to start using replacement workers in their long-standing labour dispute with the United Steel Workers.
To hear the interview, visit CBC Sudbury | Programs | Morning North | Previously Heard and scroll down to “A look [...]

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