I received my PhD in Sociology and Political Economy from Carleton University; MA in Sociology and BA in Political Science and Sociology both from York University. From 2013-2015 I held a SSHRC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Ryerson University’s Department of Politics and Public Administration where I continue to teach . From 2014 to 2015, I was Scholar-In-Residence at the Global Labour Research Centre at York University. Through 2016, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Western University working on the SSHRC-funded Insight Grant: Possibilities and Boundaries in the Socio-Political Shaping of Unemployment.
My work is interdisciplinary and broadly comparative. In particular, I am interested in work and labour market restructuring, public policy, urban political economy and social inequality. My current work revolves around two projects. The first explores how urban austerity has impacted public services and labour-management relations in Canadian cities and how these experiences differ and/or share parallels with international examples. The second investigates the ‘uberization’ of the charter fishing industry on Lake Ontario and the work-life implications this has had on operators, as well as potential risks this poses for consumers and fisheries more broadly. Since 2009, I have also been editor-in-chief of Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research published by Athabasca University Press.
I can be reached by email at email@example.com or Follow @carlofanelli