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Associate Professor/ BSW Supervisor (Acting)
- Social Policy and Administration
- Women and Social Policy in Canada
- History of Social Welfare and Social Work
Research Interests/ Current Research Projects:
- contemporary social policy issues
- history of Canadian social welfare policy
- international social policy issues
- women and social welfare – Canadian and International
- Contributions to the Canadian Review of Social Policy
Chapters in books – most recently:
- “Women in Cuba and the Move to a Private Market Economy” (with Colleen Lundy), Women’s Studies International Forum, 2001, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 181-198.
- “Workers’ Compensation in Canada: A Case for greater public accountability”, (with Michael Prince and Saul Schwartz), Canadian Public Administration, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 23-45.
- “Gender Dimensions of Occupational Health and Safety in Canada: The Case of Foetal Protection from Toxins in the Workplace”, in Women and Public Policy, S. Baker and A. van Doorne-Huiskes, eds. London: Open University Press, 1999, pp. 175-193.
- “Implications for Women: The Canada Health and Social Transfer”, in The Welfare State in Canada: Past, Present and Future, edited by Raymond Blake, Penny Bryden and J. Frank Strain, Concord, Ontario: Irwin Publishing, 1997, 219-229.
- “The Federal Social Security Review: A Gender-sensitive Critique”, in Remaking Canadian Social Policy: Social Security in the Late 1990s, edited by Jane Pulkingham and Gordon Ternowetsky, Halifax: Fernwood Press, 1996, pp. 238-255
- “The Federal Social Security Review, Process and Related Events, December 1993-June 1995)” in Remaking Canadian Social Security: Social Security in the Late 1990s, edited by Jane Pulkingham and Gordon Ternowetsky, Halifax: Fernwood Press, 1996, pp. 30-33
- Supervisor of graduate studies
- Supervisor of Undergraduate studies.