Work and Labour Seminar Series: Waitressing

May 24, 2022 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Location:via zoom
Audience:Alumni, Anyone, Carleton Community, Current Students, Faculty, Prospective Students, Staff and Faculty
Key Contact:Tabbatha Malouin
Contact Phone:613-520-7414

The Institute of Political Economy is organizing a Spring Seminar Series to highlight some key issues being discussed in our Work and Labour program.

Our second seminar will look at Taylor Maudlin’s research on why sexual harassment is so prevalent for female wait staff. Kaitlin Matulewicz and Andria Babbington will share their strategies for resistance as workers and organizers trying to counter sexualized violence and precarity in the service industry.

Ania Zbyszewska – Moderator
Assistant Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

Taylor Maudlin  – Panelist
MA Student in Women’s and Gender Studies with Graduate Diploma in Work and Labour

Kaitlyn Matulewicz – Panelist
Executive Director, Workers Solidarity Network

Andria Babbington – Panelist
President, Torontoand York Region Labour Council for UNITE-HERE

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