Law, Communications and Culture, Tier 1
Coombe's work focuses on the
global intersection of intellectual property, cultural heritage and human rights with an emphasis
on indigenous peoples and sustainable development.
History of Modern China, Tier 1
Fogel’s comparative East Asian historical research examines the cultural and political interactions
and parallels between China and Japan in the modern era.
Political Economy of Gender and Work, Tier 1
Vosko conducts research on labour market insecurity in Canada and internationally with attention to social relations of gender and citizenship. Her current work focuses on employment standards enforcement and access to labour rights and protections among temporary migrant workers. She is director of the Gender and Work Database, the Comparative Perspectives on Precarious Employment Database and the Employment Standards Database.
Socially Engaged Research in Race and Racialization, Tier 2
Kyriakides' “Racialized Reception Contexts” research program focuses on configurations of racialization in relation to the meaning of East/West, South/North and the articulations of racism and nationalism in the reception of refugees in Europe, North America and the Middle East. The initial five-country analysis of Canada, the United States, Italy, Greece and Jordan will examine the extent to which policy instruments and media discourse related to the global refugee crisis negatively impacts racialized communities in each reception context.
York Research Chair in Animal Minds, Tier 2
Andrews’ interests are in animal and child social cognition and moral development. She has worked with dolphins in Hawaii and orangutans in Borneo. Her research area is in the philosophy of psychology. Her first book, Do Apes Read Minds?, was published by MIT Press in 2012. She is in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Department of Philosophy.