Soma Chatterjee

School of Social Work

Assistant Professor

Office: Ross Building, S868
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 33385
Emailschat@yorku.ca

My research interests have a few distinct yet interconnected trajectories. Primarily I am interested in migration, mobility and border scholarship. Within that overarching interest, I look into the politics of state formed identity categories (e.g., ‘immigrant’, ‘Canadian’, ‘Canadian-born’, ‘non-status’, ‘refugee’ etc.) and their implications for contemporary Western nation building, the institutionalization of the civilizational ideologies of skills and standard in immigration and citizenship policies, the global race for knowledge (e.g., discourses of internationalization and study migration policies etc.). Given above interests, the ‘entanglement’ of immigration policies/immigrant integration, anti-racist politics and indigenous self-determination in contemporary settler nations, primarily Canada, forms another important pillar of my research interests. Finally, I am a keen follower of social and political issues of relevance to South Asia and South Asians (in diaspora and beyond), including student migratory patterns from South Asia, and diaspora engagement policies of major South Asian emigration states. I am currently working on a book length manuscript titled Skills to Build the Nation, which is a study of Canadian skilled labour policies in relation to post-liberalization Canadian nationalism.

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Degrees

BA, University of Burdwan, India
MA, University of Burdwan, India
MSW, University of Toronto, Canada
PhD, OISE-University of Toronto, Canada

Community Contributions

2016- Member, South Asia Research Group –York Centre for Asian Research 2012 – Member, Editorial Board. Cafe Dissensus: an online magazine devoted to South Asia. 2012–13 Member, Editorial Board. Critical Intersections in Education: An OISE-UT Journal.

Research Interests

Immigration , Race and Racism , Knowledge production in critical social work, international social work, politics in South Asia and South Asian diaspora

Selected Publications

Chatterjee. S. (2016) . Tensions and contradictions between immigrant integration and Indigenous ‘self-determination’, Decolonization Conference. OISE-University of Toronto

Current Research Projects

'Talented' citizens?: study-migration policies in traditional immigration and higher education destinations

Summary: 
This is the preliminary phase of a larger project on high skilled labour migration (including postsecondary international student migration), and the shifting nature of national membership in our world dominated by knowledge economic discourses. In this phase a comparative review of various study-migration policies of Canada, Australia, USA, UK and Germany, all introduced in response to the global race for professional talent, will be conducted. This review will build the foundation for the second phase of the study where I plan to explore postsecondary international students’ experience of navigating and making sense of the increasing entanglement between higher education and immigration policies of the aforementioned states, which construct them as 'knowledge diplomats' and 'ideal immigrants' but also maintains a gap between their economic welcome and political disenfranchisement.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

Selected Publications

Chatterjee. S. (2016) . Tensions and contradictions between immigrant integration and Indigenous ‘self-determination’, Decolonization Conference. OISE-University of Toronto

All Publications

Book Chapters

Chatterjee, S., Mucina, M. & Tam, L. (2012) . “Telling Multiple Stories of Race in Canadian Higher Education”. In R.J. Gilmour, D. Bhandar, J. Heer & M.C. K. Ma (Eds).“Too Asian?” Racism and Post-Secondary Education. pp. 121-133. Toronto: Between the Lines Press.

Curling, D., Chatterjee, S. & Massaquoi, N. (2009) . “Women’s Transnational Locations as a Determinant of Mental Health: Results from a participatory action research project with new immigrant women of colour in Toronto.” In J. Gulliver & S. Cooper (Eds). Pathways, Bridges and Havens: the psychosocial determinants of women’s health. pp. 81-98. Sydney, N.S., Canada: Cape Breton University Press.

Journal Articles

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “Skills to Build the Nation: The ideology of ‘Canadian experience and nationalism in global knowledge regime”. Ethnicities. 15(4), 544-567.

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “Re-thinking Skill in Anti-oppressive Social Work Practice With Skilled Immigrant Professionals”. British Journal of Social Work, 45, 363-377. Advanced access online, 2013.

Martinez, A., Chatterjee, S., Stille, S., Hassidim, D. Y. (2013) . Countering Normative Discourses of Community. Critical Intersections in Education: An OISE-UT Students’ Journal, 1(2), i-iii.

Chatterjee, S. & Chapra, A. (2009) . “Talking Race, Talking Colour: Racialized women, their home and belongingness in multicultural Canada”. Canadian Woman Studies, 27 (2,3), 14-20.

Conference Proceedings

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . This Way to the Nation: Enactments of nationalism in and through labour migration and integration policies in settler nations”. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement Studies Annual Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee et al. (2011) . Marginalizing through Mobilizing the Discourse of Skill. In Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education (CASAE) and Adult Education Research Conference (AERC). Joint Conference Proceedings.

Chatterjee, S. (2007) . The Problem Focused Discourse on South Asian Immigrant Women: The role of social science research and settlement services. 9th National Metropolis Conference, Toronto.

Conference Papers

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Immigration, anti-racism and Indigenous self-determination: Moving beyond dualism in solidarity and social change. Opening Address. 10th Annual Critical Social Work Research Symposium. York University, Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Race, labour, knowledge and the nation: Proposing a Canadian research agenda on study migration. Workshop: 'Supporting international students' Labour market Integration. Organized by Ryerson Centre for Settlement and Integration and Royal Roads University. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2016) Bordering the borderless nation: A conditional welcome. London School of Economics & Political Science. London. United Kingdom.

Chatterjee. S. (2016) . Tensions and contradictions between immigrant integration and Indigenous ‘self-determination’, Decolonization Conference. OISE-University of Toronto

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “When those new Canadians succeed, Canada succeeds”: The ideology of Canadian experience and ongoing practices of racially and ethnically exclusionary nationalism in Canada. Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference. York University. Toronto

Chatterjee, S. (2014) .“Borders are no longer at the border”: Professional immigrants’ labour market integration as a discursive site for the enactment of exclusionary nationalism in Canada. Presentation at Roxana Ng memorial speaker series. Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, OISE-UT.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . “This Way to the Nation: Enactments of nationalism in and through labour migration and integration policies in settler nations”. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement Studies Annual Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2012) . “Canadian Experience Class and Building the Nation” at the Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Chatterjee, S. (2012) . “Living Together 'with' Diversity: Discourses of labour market skill building as practices of nationalism in Canada” at the National Societies in Multicultural Age Conference, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

Chatterjee, S., Berlingieri, A., Dossa, S., Mirchandani, K. & Tambe, S.(2011) “Marginalizing through Mobilizing the Discourse of Skill” at the Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education & Adult Education Research Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S., Stewart, S. & Cheng, J. (2009) . Workshop organizer/facilitator. “Are you Missing Anything? Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQ Newcomers”, at Ontario Council for Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) Summer Professional Development Conference, Nottawasaga, Ontario.

Chatterjee, S., Bhalru, M. & Chapra, A. (2008) . Workshop organizer/facilitator. “Forced Marriages in the South Asian Community: Definition, context, politics and how a community responds” at Right to Choose: Conference on forced marriages, South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario, Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2008) . “Family Class Migration: Understanding the discourse & addressing knowledge gap” at the 1st Immigration and Settlement Studies Graduate Students' Conference, Ryerson University.

Chatterjee, S., & Curling, D. (2008) . “Women’s Transnational Locations as a Determinant of Mental Health: Results from a participatory action research project with new immigrant women of colour in Toronto” at the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Conference, Halifax.

Chatterjee, S. (2007) . “The Problem Focused Discourse on South Asian Immigrant Women: The role of social science research and settlement services” at the 9th Colloquium for Students and Recent Graduates, University of Montreal, Canada & Roundtable Presentation at the 9th National Metropolis Conference, Toronto.

Book Reviews

Chatterjee S. (In press for Winter 2018) . Review of Borderline Canadianness. Border crossings and everyday nationalism in Niagara by Helleiner, J. (2016. In Journal of American Ethnic History. University of Illinois Press.

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . Review of Transnational Migration and Lifelong Learning – Global Issues and Perspectives by Shibao Guo (ed., 2014). In Studies in Continuing Education.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Immigration Dialectic: Imagining community, economy, and Nation & Immigration & Settlement: Challenges, Experiences, & Opportunities by Harald Bauder (2011). Antipode: A radical journal of geography. Available online.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Knowledge Mobilization and Educational Research: Politics, Languages and Responsibilities, by Tara Fenwick and Leslie Farrell (eds. 2011). Canadian Journal of Studies in Adult Education, 24(2), 71-73.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Toward Improving Canada's Skilled Immigration Policy: An Evaluation Approach. By Charles M Beach, Alan G Green and Christopher Worswick (2011). Work, Employment & Society, 27(1), pp. 191-192.

Research Reports

Williams, C.C., Massaquoi, N., Redmond, M. & Chatterjee, S. (2011) . “A Collaborative Process to Achieve Access to Primary Health Care for Black Women and Women of Colour”. Toronto: Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Community Health Centre.

Public Lectures

Chatterjee, s. (2016) . Keynote address: A paradox or a productive contradiction? A proposal to historicize discourses and scholarship on skilled immigrants’ labour market integration. 9th Annual Critical Social Work Research Symposium: Interdisciplinary conversations on social transformation and critical practices. York University. Toronto. Canada

Keynote address: Practicing Decolonial Love. 3rd Annual Decolonizing our Minds Conference. New College. University of Toronto. Coverage in The Newspaper: University of Toronto’s Independent Paper, February, 2013.

The Discourse of Skill in Immigrants’ Labour Market Integration and Practices of National B-ordering in Canada. Senior Doctoral Fellow Speaker Series, 2012. New College, University of Toronto.

“Poverty and health of South Asian immigrant women”. Council of Agencies Serving South Asians, Toronto. On behalf of Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre, Toronto.

Conferences

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Session Organizer & Discussant. Immigration, anti-racism and Indigenous self-determination: Reflections on decolonial solidarities. Canadian Sociological Association. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Toronto.

Other

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . School of Social Work celebrates 10th research symposium. Available from: http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2017/05/08/school-of-social-work-celebrates-10th-research-symposium/

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . Intersections of Higher Education and Student Migration to the West. Café Dissensus. Available at: http://cafedissensus.com/2015/06/14/intersections-of-higher-education-and-student-migration-to-the-west/

Chatterjee, S. (2014) . "Inland Labour Migration in India: Patterns of the Phenomenon and Critical Possibilities". Guest editorial in Café Dissensus. Available at: http://cafedissensus.com/2014/08/01/guest-editorial-inland-labour-migration-in-india-patterns-of-the-phenomenon-and-critical-possibilities/

Discussant. Gendering South Asian Studies. York Centre for Asian Research - South Asia Research Group. York University.

Chatterjee, S. (3rd April, 2009) . "'Really want me here, welcome me': Engaging racialized young women in a holistic discussion on their health and well being". Ontario Health Promotion e-Bulletin. No. 610.

Chatterjee, S. & Bhuyan, R. (2009) . Toronto Project Report for Redrawing Resistance: South Asian Women's Stories of Survival and Resistance.

Approach To Teaching

Following a firm belief in the inadequacies of discipline bound singular answers, my research questions and plans draw from multiple disciplinary perspectives. My pedagogy is informed by three key principles – an appreciation of the personal (as teaching, learning, reading subjects) as the door to sites of inquiry, encouraging an ability to sit with discomfort as key to learning/practising social justice work, and generating/fostering tools to work through learning moments, which involves accepting questions as answers.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/SOWK4130 3.0  Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/SOWK3060 6.0  Integrated Social Work Practice LECT  


My research interests have a few distinct yet interconnected trajectories. Primarily I am interested in migration, mobility and border scholarship. Within that overarching interest, I look into the politics of state formed identity categories (e.g., ‘immigrant’, ‘Canadian’, ‘Canadian-born’, ‘non-status’, ‘refugee’ etc.) and their implications for contemporary Western nation building, the institutionalization of the civilizational ideologies of skills and standard in immigration and citizenship policies, the global race for knowledge (e.g., discourses of internationalization and study migration policies etc.). Given above interests, the ‘entanglement’ of immigration policies/immigrant integration, anti-racist politics and indigenous self-determination in contemporary settler nations, primarily Canada, forms another important pillar of my research interests. Finally, I am a keen follower of social and political issues of relevance to South Asia and South Asians (in diaspora and beyond), including student migratory patterns from South Asia, and diaspora engagement policies of major South Asian emigration states. I am currently working on a book length manuscript titled Skills to Build the Nation, which is a study of Canadian skilled labour policies in relation to post-liberalization Canadian nationalism.

Degrees

BA, University of Burdwan, India
MA, University of Burdwan, India
MSW, University of Toronto, Canada
PhD, OISE-University of Toronto, Canada

Community Contributions

2016- Member, South Asia Research Group –York Centre for Asian Research 2012 – Member, Editorial Board. Cafe Dissensus: an online magazine devoted to South Asia. 2012–13 Member, Editorial Board. Critical Intersections in Education: An OISE-UT Journal.

Research Interests:

Immigration , Race and Racism , Knowledge production in critical social work, international social work, politics in South Asia and South Asian diaspora

Current Research Projects

'Talented' citizens?: study-migration policies in traditional immigration and higher education destinations

Summary: 
This is the preliminary phase of a larger project on high skilled labour migration (including postsecondary international student migration), and the shifting nature of national membership in our world dominated by knowledge economic discourses. In this phase a comparative review of various study-migration policies of Canada, Australia, USA, UK and Germany, all introduced in response to the global race for professional talent, will be conducted. This review will build the foundation for the second phase of the study where I plan to explore postsecondary international students’ experience of navigating and making sense of the increasing entanglement between higher education and immigration policies of the aforementioned states, which construct them as 'knowledge diplomats' and 'ideal immigrants' but also maintains a gap between their economic welcome and political disenfranchisement.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

All Publications

Book Chapters

Chatterjee, S., Mucina, M. & Tam, L. (2012) . “Telling Multiple Stories of Race in Canadian Higher Education”. In R.J. Gilmour, D. Bhandar, J. Heer & M.C. K. Ma (Eds).“Too Asian?” Racism and Post-Secondary Education. pp. 121-133. Toronto: Between the Lines Press.

Curling, D., Chatterjee, S. & Massaquoi, N. (2009) . “Women’s Transnational Locations as a Determinant of Mental Health: Results from a participatory action research project with new immigrant women of colour in Toronto.” In J. Gulliver & S. Cooper (Eds). Pathways, Bridges and Havens: the psychosocial determinants of women’s health. pp. 81-98. Sydney, N.S., Canada: Cape Breton University Press.

Journal Articles

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “Skills to Build the Nation: The ideology of ‘Canadian experience and nationalism in global knowledge regime”. Ethnicities. 15(4), 544-567.

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “Re-thinking Skill in Anti-oppressive Social Work Practice With Skilled Immigrant Professionals”. British Journal of Social Work, 45, 363-377. Advanced access online, 2013.

Martinez, A., Chatterjee, S., Stille, S., Hassidim, D. Y. (2013) . Countering Normative Discourses of Community. Critical Intersections in Education: An OISE-UT Students’ Journal, 1(2), i-iii.

Chatterjee, S. & Chapra, A. (2009) . “Talking Race, Talking Colour: Racialized women, their home and belongingness in multicultural Canada”. Canadian Woman Studies, 27 (2,3), 14-20.

Conference Proceedings

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . This Way to the Nation: Enactments of nationalism in and through labour migration and integration policies in settler nations”. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement Studies Annual Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee et al. (2011) . Marginalizing through Mobilizing the Discourse of Skill. In Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education (CASAE) and Adult Education Research Conference (AERC). Joint Conference Proceedings.

Chatterjee, S. (2007) . The Problem Focused Discourse on South Asian Immigrant Women: The role of social science research and settlement services. 9th National Metropolis Conference, Toronto.

Conference Papers

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Immigration, anti-racism and Indigenous self-determination: Moving beyond dualism in solidarity and social change. Opening Address. 10th Annual Critical Social Work Research Symposium. York University, Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Race, labour, knowledge and the nation: Proposing a Canadian research agenda on study migration. Workshop: 'Supporting international students' Labour market Integration. Organized by Ryerson Centre for Settlement and Integration and Royal Roads University. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2016) Bordering the borderless nation: A conditional welcome. London School of Economics & Political Science. London. United Kingdom.

Chatterjee. S. (2016) . Tensions and contradictions between immigrant integration and Indigenous ‘self-determination’, Decolonization Conference. OISE-University of Toronto

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . “When those new Canadians succeed, Canada succeeds”: The ideology of Canadian experience and ongoing practices of racially and ethnically exclusionary nationalism in Canada. Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference. York University. Toronto

Chatterjee, S. (2014) .“Borders are no longer at the border”: Professional immigrants’ labour market integration as a discursive site for the enactment of exclusionary nationalism in Canada. Presentation at Roxana Ng memorial speaker series. Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, OISE-UT.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . “This Way to the Nation: Enactments of nationalism in and through labour migration and integration policies in settler nations”. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement Studies Annual Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2012) . “Canadian Experience Class and Building the Nation” at the Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Chatterjee, S. (2012) . “Living Together 'with' Diversity: Discourses of labour market skill building as practices of nationalism in Canada” at the National Societies in Multicultural Age Conference, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

Chatterjee, S., Berlingieri, A., Dossa, S., Mirchandani, K. & Tambe, S.(2011) “Marginalizing through Mobilizing the Discourse of Skill” at the Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education & Adult Education Research Conference. Toronto.

Chatterjee, S., Stewart, S. & Cheng, J. (2009) . Workshop organizer/facilitator. “Are you Missing Anything? Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQ Newcomers”, at Ontario Council for Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) Summer Professional Development Conference, Nottawasaga, Ontario.

Chatterjee, S., Bhalru, M. & Chapra, A. (2008) . Workshop organizer/facilitator. “Forced Marriages in the South Asian Community: Definition, context, politics and how a community responds” at Right to Choose: Conference on forced marriages, South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario, Toronto.

Chatterjee, S. (2008) . “Family Class Migration: Understanding the discourse & addressing knowledge gap” at the 1st Immigration and Settlement Studies Graduate Students' Conference, Ryerson University.

Chatterjee, S., & Curling, D. (2008) . “Women’s Transnational Locations as a Determinant of Mental Health: Results from a participatory action research project with new immigrant women of colour in Toronto” at the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Conference, Halifax.

Chatterjee, S. (2007) . “The Problem Focused Discourse on South Asian Immigrant Women: The role of social science research and settlement services” at the 9th Colloquium for Students and Recent Graduates, University of Montreal, Canada & Roundtable Presentation at the 9th National Metropolis Conference, Toronto.

Book Reviews

Chatterjee S. (In press for Winter 2018) . Review of Borderline Canadianness. Border crossings and everyday nationalism in Niagara by Helleiner, J. (2016. In Journal of American Ethnic History. University of Illinois Press.

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . Review of Transnational Migration and Lifelong Learning – Global Issues and Perspectives by Shibao Guo (ed., 2014). In Studies in Continuing Education.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Immigration Dialectic: Imagining community, economy, and Nation & Immigration & Settlement: Challenges, Experiences, & Opportunities by Harald Bauder (2011). Antipode: A radical journal of geography. Available online.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Knowledge Mobilization and Educational Research: Politics, Languages and Responsibilities, by Tara Fenwick and Leslie Farrell (eds. 2011). Canadian Journal of Studies in Adult Education, 24(2), 71-73.

Chatterjee, S. (2013) . Review of Toward Improving Canada's Skilled Immigration Policy: An Evaluation Approach. By Charles M Beach, Alan G Green and Christopher Worswick (2011). Work, Employment & Society, 27(1), pp. 191-192.

Research Reports

Williams, C.C., Massaquoi, N., Redmond, M. & Chatterjee, S. (2011) . “A Collaborative Process to Achieve Access to Primary Health Care for Black Women and Women of Colour”. Toronto: Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Community Health Centre.

Public Lectures

Chatterjee, s. (2016) . Keynote address: A paradox or a productive contradiction? A proposal to historicize discourses and scholarship on skilled immigrants’ labour market integration. 9th Annual Critical Social Work Research Symposium: Interdisciplinary conversations on social transformation and critical practices. York University. Toronto. Canada

Keynote address: Practicing Decolonial Love. 3rd Annual Decolonizing our Minds Conference. New College. University of Toronto. Coverage in The Newspaper: University of Toronto’s Independent Paper, February, 2013.

The Discourse of Skill in Immigrants’ Labour Market Integration and Practices of National B-ordering in Canada. Senior Doctoral Fellow Speaker Series, 2012. New College, University of Toronto.

“Poverty and health of South Asian immigrant women”. Council of Agencies Serving South Asians, Toronto. On behalf of Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre, Toronto.

Conferences

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . Session Organizer & Discussant. Immigration, anti-racism and Indigenous self-determination: Reflections on decolonial solidarities. Canadian Sociological Association. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Toronto.

Other

Chatterjee, S. (2017) . School of Social Work celebrates 10th research symposium. Available from: http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2017/05/08/school-of-social-work-celebrates-10th-research-symposium/

Chatterjee, S. (2015) . Intersections of Higher Education and Student Migration to the West. Café Dissensus. Available at: http://cafedissensus.com/2015/06/14/intersections-of-higher-education-and-student-migration-to-the-west/

Chatterjee, S. (2014) . "Inland Labour Migration in India: Patterns of the Phenomenon and Critical Possibilities". Guest editorial in Café Dissensus. Available at: http://cafedissensus.com/2014/08/01/guest-editorial-inland-labour-migration-in-india-patterns-of-the-phenomenon-and-critical-possibilities/

Discussant. Gendering South Asian Studies. York Centre for Asian Research - South Asia Research Group. York University.

Chatterjee, S. (3rd April, 2009) . "'Really want me here, welcome me': Engaging racialized young women in a holistic discussion on their health and well being". Ontario Health Promotion e-Bulletin. No. 610.

Chatterjee, S. & Bhuyan, R. (2009) . Toronto Project Report for Redrawing Resistance: South Asian Women's Stories of Survival and Resistance.


Teaching:

Approach To Teaching
Following a firm belief in the inadequacies of discipline bound singular answers, my research questions and plans draw from multiple disciplinary perspectives. My pedagogy is informed by three key principles – an appreciation of the personal (as teaching, learning, reading subjects) as the door to sites of inquiry, encouraging an ability to sit with discomfort as key to learning/practising social justice work, and generating/fostering tools to work through learning moments, which involves accepting questions as answers.


Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/SOWK4130 3.0  Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/SOWK3060 6.0  Integrated Social Work Practice LECT