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  1. 1. KIRAN MIRCHANDANI Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto 252 Bloor Street West, 7-111 Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V6 Canada. Telephone: 416 978-0884 Fax: (416) 926-4749ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS2004-date Associate Professor Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto2006-date Director Collaborative Graduate Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, University of Toronto1999-2004 Assistant Professor Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto1997-1999 Postdoctoral Fellow Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada St. Mary’s University1996-1997 Assistant Professor Sociology & Anthropology Concordia UniversityEDUCATION1996 Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology McGill University, Canada1991 Master of Philosophy, Social and Political Theory University of Cambridge, UK1990 Bachelor of Arts [Hons], Cultural Studies Trent University, Canada1986 A Levels, Arts Raffles Junior College, SingaporeKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 1
  2. 2. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS2010 Academic Activist Award, Council of Agencies Serving South Asians, Toronto.2003 Best Paper Award, Gender and Diversity in Management Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), ($500).2002 Shortlisted for Rosemary Moss Kanter Award for the author of the best piece of work-family research published in a journal during a calendar year.1998 Second Place in Best Dissertation Competition, Academy of Management, Gender and Diversity Division.1996 Annual Feminist Thesis Prize. Best Thesis in Feminist Studies at McGill University.1996 Honourable Mention Award, Women in Management Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC).1994 McGill Major Award - Gorgon H. Eberts Fellowship (15,000).1993 Best Ph.D. Paper Award, Women in Management Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC).1993 Samuel Lapitsky Fellowship, McGill University ($3,500).1991 McGill Major Award - Alma Mater Fellowship ($20,000).1990 Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Award ($9,000)1987 Singapore International Chamber of Commerce - CIDA Full Undergraduate Scholarship ($36,000).RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDEDDates Granting Body Title Role Amount2010-2013 Social Sciences Auxilliary Workers: The Hidden Principal $111,930 and Humanities Scaffold of India’s Information Investigator Council of Technology Industry Canada2006-2009 Social Sciences Professional Immigrant Women Co- $110,091 and Humanities Navigating the Canadian Labour InvestigatorKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 2
  3. 3. Council of Market: A Study in Adult Canada Learning2003-2005 National Overcoming Race and Gender Principal $40,000 Literacy Barriers to Workplace Literacy Investigator Secretariate2002-2007 Social Sciences The The Uneven Periphery: Principal $89,857 and Humanities Social Effects of Telemediated Investigator Council of Work Canada2002-2006 Social Sciences Skilled In Vulnerability: Work- Principal $199, and Humanities related Learning Amongst Investigator 675 Council of Contingent Workers. Canada2002-2005 Social Sciences Knowledge Networks of Co- $107,456 and Humanities Portfolio Workers: Investigator Council of Development, Usage, and Canada Benefits for Success in the New Economy2002-2003 University of Learning to Cross Borders: Principal $2,100 Toronto, Seed Transnational Call Centre Work Investigator Grant in India. Principal Investigator2002-2004 Canadian Race The Racialized impact of Co-principal $30,000 Relations Welfare Fraud Control in B.C. investigator Foundation and Ontario2001-2002 Canadian Indo- The Globalized Home: Women Principal INR100,0 Shastri Home-Based Workers in India’s Investigator 00/ Foundation. Export Industries. C$3,0002001-2002 University of Training Against Vulnerability: Principal $2,500 Toronto, Seed Workplace Learning Amongst Investigator Grant Contingent Workers2001-2003 Social Sciences Changing Work, Changing Co- $86,147 and Humanities Lives: Mapping the Canadian investigator Council of Garment Industry Canada2000-2002 University of The Uneven Periphery: Mapping Principal $7,500 Toronto Seed the Home-based Workforce in Investigator Grant Canada2000-2002 Connaught Restructuring Work: The Principal $10,000 Automatic Experiences of Veteran Investigator Start-up Grant Home-Based Teleworkers2000-2001 University of Immigrant Integration, Principal $2,000 Toronto Seed Settlement and Garment Investigator Grant Workers: A Feasibility Study.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 3
  4. 4. 2000-2001 University of Employers, communities and Co- $2,500 Toronto, Seed workers in the new global Investigator Grant environment of the garment industry1997-1999 Social Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowship Field Principal $5,000 and Humanities Grant Investigator Council of Canada1994-1995 McGill Centre Fieldwork Grant Principal $1,0000 for Research Investigator and Teaching on1994-1995 McGill Grant for Thesis Fieldwork Principal $2,200 University InvestigatorPUBLICATIONSBOOKSMirchandani, K. (2012). Phone Clones: Authenticity Work in the Transnational ServiceEconomy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.Livingstone, D., Mirchandani, K. and Sawchuk, P. (Eds). (2008). The Future of LifelongLearning and Work: Critical Perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.Mirchandani, K. and Chan, W. (2007). Criminalizing Race, Criminalizing Poverty: WelfareFraud Enforcement in Canada. Halifax: Fernwood.Chan, W. and Mirchandani, K. (Eds). (2002). Crimes of Colour: Racialization and the CriminalJustice System in Canada. Peterborough: Broadview Press.CHAPTERS IN BOOKSMirchandani, K., Maitra, S. and Sangha, J. (2012). Treats and Threats: Global Cultures inIndias Call Centres. In A. Prasad (Ed.), Against the Grain: Advances in PostcolonialOrganization Studies (pp. 135-154). Denmark: Copenhagen Business School Press.Mirchandani, K., Ng, R., Coloma-Moya, N., Maitra, S., Rawlings, T., Shan, H., Siddiqui, K., andSlade, B. (2011). The entrenchment of racial categories in precarious employment. In N. Pupo,D. Glenday and A. Duffy (Eds.), The Shifting Landscape of Work (pp. 119-138). Toronto:Nelson Educational Ltd.Mirchandani, K. (2010). Gendered Hierarchies in Transnational Call Centres. D. Howcroft andH. Richardson (Eds.), Work and Life in the Global Economy (pp. 78-98). Hampshire: PalgraveMcMillan.Mirchandani, K., Ng, R., Coloma-Moya, N., Maitra, Rawlings, T., Siddiqui, K., Shan, H., Slade,Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 4
  5. 5. B. (2010). Transitioning into Contingent Work: Immigrants’ Learning and Resistance. In P.Sawchuk and A. Taylor (Eds.), Challenging Transitions in Learning and Work: Reflections onPolicy and Practice (231-242). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.Mirchandani, K. (2010). Preface. In Ramtulla, K. Socio-Cultural Impacts of Workplace E-Learning: Epistemology, Ontology and Pedagogy. Hershey: IGI Global.Mirchandani, K. (2009). Transnationalism in Indian Call Centres. In M. Thite and B. Russell(Eds.), The Next Available Operator (pp. 83-114). New Delhi: Sage.Mirchandani, K. (2008). Work. In Darity, W. A Jr. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of theSocial Sciences (pp. 121-124). 2nd Edition. Detroit: Macmillan Reference.Mirchandani, K. (2008). Practices of global capital: gaps, cracks and ironies in transnationalcall centres. In R. Gajjala and V. Gajjala (Eds.), South Asian Technospaces (pp. 225-248).New York: Peter Lang. Updated reprint.Mirchandani, K and Chan, W. (2008). The Racialized Impact of Welfare Fraud Control inBritish Columbia and Ontario. In M. Wallis and S. Kwok (Eds.), Daily Struggles - theDeepening Racialization of Poverty in Canada (167-182). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.Reprint.Ng, R. and Mirchandani, K. (2008). Linking Global Trends and Local Lives: Mapping theMethodological Dilemmas. In K. Gallagher (Ed.), The Methodological DilemmaCreative, critical and collaborative approaches to qualitative research (pp. 34-45). New York:Routledge.Mirchandani, K., Ng, R., Coloma-Moya, N., Maitra, Rawlings, T., Siddiqui, K., Shan, H., Slade,B. (2008). The Paradox of Training and Learning in a Culture of Contingency. In Livingstone,D., Mirchandani, K. and Sawchuk, P. (Eds.), The Future of Lifelong Learning and Work: CriticalPerspectives (pp. 171-184). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.Mirchandani, K. (2008). Enactments of Class and Nationality in Transnational Call Centres. InS. Fineman (Ed.), The Emotional Organization: Passions and Power (pp. 88-101). Oxford:Blackwell. Also translated into Italian - Le Emozioni Nell’ Organizzazone. 2009. Milano: RafelloCortina Editore.Mirchandani, K. and Maitra, S. (2007). Learning Imperialism through transnational call centres.T. Fenwick (Ed.), Educating the Global Workforce: Knowledge Work, Knowledge Workers (pp.154-164). London: Routledge.Mirchandani, K. (2007). Contradictory Images of Home Based Work. In P. Adler and P. Adler(Eds.), Sociological Odyssey: Contemporary Readings in Introductory Sociology (pp. 359-396).Belmont: Thomson. Reprint.Mirchandani, K. and Butler, A. (2006). Beyond Inclusion and Equity: Contributions fromTransnational Anti-Racist Feminism. In A.M. Konrad, P. Prasad and J. Pringle (Eds.),Handbook of Workplace Diversity (pp. 475-488). London: Sage.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 5
  6. 6. Mirchandani, K. (2005). Women Entrepreneurs: Exploring New Avenues. In S. Fielden and M.Davidson (Eds.) International Handbook of Women and Small Business Entrepreneurship (pp.253-263). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.Mirchandani, K. (2004). Webs of Resistance in transnational call centers: strategic agents,service providers and customers. In R. Thomas, A. Mills and J. Helms Mills (Eds.), IdentityPolitics at Work: Resisting Gender, Gendering Resistance (pp. 179-195). London: Routledge.Mirchandani, K. and Chan, W. (2002). From Race and Crime to Racialization andCriminalization. In Chan, W. and Mirchandani, K. (Eds.), Crimes of Colour: Racialization andthe Criminal Justice System in Canada (pp. 9-22). Peterborough: Broadview Press.Mirchandani, K. (2001). Feminist Insight on Gendered Work: New Directions in Research onWomen and Entrepreneurship. In B. Shaffer (Ed.), Feminism(s) Challenge the TraditionalDisciplines (pp.79-89). Montreal: McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women.Mirchandani, K. (1999). Re-forming Organisations: Contributions of Teleworking Employees. InP.J. Jackson (Ed.), Virtual Working: Social and Organisational Dynamics (pp.61-75). London:Routledge.Mirchandani, K. (1998). No Longer a Struggle? Teleworkers’ Reconstruction of the Work-Non-Work Boundary. In P.J. Jackson and J. Van Der Wielen (Eds.), Teleworking: InternationalPerspectives From Telecommuting to the Virtual Organisation (pp.118-135). London:Routledge.ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALSSangha. J. K., Slade, B., Mirchandani, K., Maitra, K., Shan, H. (2012). An Ethnodrama onWork-Related Learning in Precarious Jobs: Racialization and Resistance. Qualitative Inquiry,18, 3, 286-296Mirchandani, K. (2012). Learning Racial Hierarchies: communication skills training intransnational customer service work. Journal of Workplace Learning, 24, 5, 338-350.Gellatly, M., Grundy, J., Mirchandani, K., Perry, J.A., Thomas, M., Vosko, L. (2011).Modernizing Employment Standards? Efficiency, Market Regulation, and the Production of theIllegal Claimant in Ontario. The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 22, 2, 81-106.Mirchandani, K. and Chan, W. (2006). The Racialized Impact of Welfare Fraud Control inBritish Columbia and Ontario / Les répercussions raciales de la lutte contre la fraude dans ledomaine de laide sociale en Colombie-Britannique et en Ontario. Directions, 2, 2, 31-58.Mirchandani, K. Ng, R, Sangha, J., Rawlings, T., and Coloma-Moya, N. (2005). AmbivalentLearning: Racialized Barriers to Computer Access for Immigrant Contingent Workers. TheCanadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 19, 2, 14-33.Mirchandani, K. (2006). Gender Eclipsed?: Racial Hierarchies in Transnational Call Centres.Social Justice, 32, 4, 105-119.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 6
  7. 7. Mirchandani, K. (2004). Practices of Global Capital: Gaps, Cracks and Ironies in TransnationalCall Centres in India. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs, 4: 4, 355-374.Mirchandani, K. (2004). Immigrants Matter: Canadas Social Agenda on Skill and Learning.Convergence, 37, 1, 61-68.Mirchandani, K. (2003). Challenging Racial Silences in Studies of Emotion Work: Contributionsfrom Anti-Racist Feminist Theory. Organization Studies, 24, 5, 721-742.Mirchandani, K. (2002). A Special Kind of Exclusion: Race, Gender and Self-Employment.Atlantis, 27, 1, 25-38.Mirchandani, K. (2000). "The Best of Both Worlds" and "Cutting my Own Throat":Contradictory Images of Home-Based Work. Qualitative Sociology, 23, 2, 159-182.Mirchandani, K. and Tastsoglou, E. (2000). Towards a Diversity Beyond Tolerance. Studies inPolitical Economy, 61, 49-78.Mirchandani, K. (1999). Feminist Insight on Gendered Work: New Directions in Research onWomen and Entrepreneurship. Gender, Work and Organization, 6, 4, 224-235.Mirchandani, K. (1999). Legitimizing Work: Telework and the Gendered Reification of theWork-Nonwork Dichotomy. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 36, 1, 87-107.Mirchandani, K. (1998). Shifting Definitions of the Public-Private Dichotomy: Legislative Inertiaon Garment Homework in Ontario. Advances in Gender Research, 3, 47-71.Mirchandani, K. (1998). Protecting the Boundary: Teleworker Insights on the ExpansiveConcept of "Work". Gender & Society, 12, 2,168-187.REPORTSMirchandani K. and Chan, W. (2005). The Racialized Impact of Welfare Fraud Control inBritish Columbia and Ontario. Report Published by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation,October.Mirchandani, K. (1997). Gender Integration and Diversity in the Canadian Forces: Pointing theWay forward through Comparisons with Other Canadian Organizations. Researchcommissioned by the Personnel Research Team, National Defense (Ottawa), March.Mirchandani, K. (1996). Living in the Office: How Teleworkers Manage their Work andNonwork. Telework International, Electronic Edition, Volume 4, no. 4, Fall.Mirchandani, K. (1995). Reasons Teleworkers Like to Work at Home. Telework International,Vol 3, No 2, Summer.BOOK REVIEWSKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 7
  8. 8. Mirchandani, K. (2011). [Review of the book Managing the Margins: Gender, Citizenship, andthe International Regulation of Precarious Employment, by L.F. Vosko]. Work, Employmentand Society, 25, 4.Mirchandani, K. (2003). [Review of the book Beyond Service: State Workers, Public Policy andthe Prospects for Democratic Administration, by G. McElliott]. Canadian Review of SocialPolicy. 65.Mirchandani, K. (2002). [Review of the book High Tech and High Heels in the GlobalEconomy, by C. Freeman]. Atlantis, 26, 2.Mirchandani, K. and Doucet, A. (1999). [Review of the book Not one of the family: ForeignDomestic Workers in Canada, by A. B. Bakan and D. Stasiulis (Eds.)]. Canadian Review ofSociology and Anthropology. 36, 2.Mirchandani, K. (1997). [Review of the book Gendered Work: Sexuality, family and the labourmarket, by L. Adkins]. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 34, 4.Mirchandani, K. (1993). [Review of the book Theorizing Patriarchy, by S. Walby]. CanadianWomans Studies, 13, 4.INVITED LECTURES AND MEDIA INTERVIEWSMirchandani, K. 2012. Daily Journeys: The Engagement of the Virtual Diaspora in India.Diaspora and Development Workshop, Institute for South Asian Studies, National University ofSingapore, Singapore.Mirchandani, K. 2012. Using Institutional Ethnography for the Study of Service Work. Collegefor Women, Pune, India.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Welfare Fraud Policy and Enforcement. Social Exclusion and the Law:Newcomers Experience of the Justice System. Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Transnational Service Work in India. Asian Research Institute,University of Singapore, August 8th, Singapore.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Speaker for Closing Plenary for the CASAE/AERC Annual Conference.OISE/UT, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Transnationalism and Public Policy Rountable. Collaborative Program inPolicy Studies. OISE/UT, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Transnational Service Work. Institute for Gender and Women’s StudiesSeminar Series, University of Toronto, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2010. Interview on Radio Canada International on The Link, April 14 thMirchandani, K. 2010. Guest Speaker, Book Launch for Managing the Margins (Vosko), OxfordUniversity Press, April, 2nd, Toronto.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 8
  9. 9. Mirchandani, K. 2008. Invited speaker for the Corporate Human Rights Practitioners onDiversity Training. Oct 28th, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. and Chan, W. 2006. Press conference on the Racialization of Welfare Fraud.Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2004. International Challenges and Opportunities for organizing call centerworkers. Conference on Organizing Call Centres: Workers perspectives. September 11th,Toronto (invited by Steelworkers Union).Mirchandani, K. 2004. Racialized Class Relations in Telemediated Employment. Conferenceon Gender and Work Database – Knowledge Production in Practice. York University, Oct 1-2 nd,Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2003. Work and Learning Conference. Immigrants Matter: Canadas socialagenda on skill and learning. Panel on Perspectives on Federal Policy Related to Work andLearning, Edmonton.Mirchandani, K. 2003. Contingent workers and instability: case studies from New Delhi. Work,Information Technology and Restructuring in the Canadian Context. September 28th,Vancouver.Mirchandani, K. 2003. International Challenges and Opportunities. Organizing Call Centres:Workers perspectives. September 11th, Toronto.Mirchandani,K. 2002. Critical Reflections on Adult Work-Related Education. Indian AdultEducation Association. April 5th, New Delhi, India.Mirchandani, K and Slade, B. 2002. Constructing Resistance: A geo-cultural analysis ofpromotional material on home-based work. Institute for Gender Studies and Womens Studies.March 13th, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2001. The Uneven Periphery: Home-Based Work in Canada. PopularFeminism Speaker Series. April 15th, OISE/UT, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2000. Learning Self Employment: The Negotiation of Exclusion. Network forLifelong Learning (NALL) Speaker Series. May 16 th OISE/UT, Toronto.Mirchandani, K.1999. Media Interview with Ylva Van Buuren for article on Working Womenand Stress.Mirchandani, K. 1998. Telework: Catalyst for Change or Tonic for the Status Quo?. Universityof Calgary, October, Calgary.SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (2007 onwards)Mirchandani, K., Tambe, S. and Mukherjee, S. 2012. Learning Old Jobs in New Sectors:The Professionalization of Housekeeping Services. Canadian Association for the Study ofAdult Education, Waterloo.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 9
  10. 10. Mirchandani, K. 2012. Authenticity Work in the Global Service Economy. British SociologyAssociation Annual Meetings, Leeds.Mirchandani, K. 2012. Gender, Work and Transnational Service. Gender, Work andOrganization Annual Meetings, Keele.Mirchandani, K. 2011. Sounding Right in Service Work. Canadian Association for the Study ofAdult Education. Toronto. Published in refereed proceedings.Chatterjee, S. Berlingieri, A, Dossa, S and Mirchandani, K. 2011. Roundtable: Mobilizationthrough discourses of skill. Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education. Toronto.Published in referred proceedings.Mirchandani, K, Transnational Service Work in India. 2011. International Labour ProcessConference, Rutgers, New Jersey.Tania Das Gupta, Roxana Ng, Guida Man, Hongxia Shan and Mirchandani, K. 2008.Transnational Class Mobility: Professional Immigrant Women Navigating the Labour Market.Race-ing Hegemonies, Resurging Imperialisms. Ryerson University, Toronto.Mirchandani, K, Maitra, S and Sangha, J. Emerging Cultures in Indian Call Centres. 2008.Race-ing Hegemonies, Resurging Imperialisms. Ryerson University, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2008. Transnational Call Centres. Cities, Social Lives and Poverty Seminar.University of Pune, India.Chan, W. and Mirchandani, K. (2007). Media Racialization: Constructions of Welfare Fraud inCanadian Newspapers. 7th Annual Critical Race Studies Conference of Researchers andScholars of Colour. Toronto.Mirchandani, K., Sangha, J., Maitra, S., Slade, B., Shan, H., 2007. Skilled Invulnerability: AMultimedia Ethnodrama on Learning in the Racialized Culture of Contingency. 7th AnnualCritical Race Studies Conference of Researchers and Scholars of Colour, Toronto.Mirchandani, K. 2006. Participation in Training Programs by Marginalized and ImmigrantWorkers. Restructuring Work and Labour in the New Economy. York University, Toronto.COURSES DEVELOPED AND TAUGHTGender and Hierarchy at WorkCritical Perspectives on OrganizationsPracticum in Organizational DevelopmentWork, Technology and the Knowledge EconomyMasters Research SeminarWorkplace Learning and Social ChangeGendered Labour Around the WorldGender and SocietyClassical Social TheoryKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 10
  11. 11. GRADUATE SUPERVISION Completed Theses SupervisedName Degree Year TitleYetunde Banjo M.A. 2012 Welcome to Canada! An Inquiry into the Choice of Nursing as a Career Among Immigrant Women of Nigerian OriginRoula Hawa Ph.D. 2012 Risk Factors Contributing to HIV Vulnerability of (Dec 3 Immigrant Women of South Asian Descent in the oral) GTAZainab Habib M.A. 2011 Cutting off the Homeless: Reexamining Social Housing Service and Activism in OntarioShama Dossa Ph.D. 2011 In Pursuit of Empowerment: Navigating the Participatory TrailSrabani Maitra Ph.D. 2010 Redefining Enterprising Selves: Exploring the ‘Negotiation’ of South Asian Immigrant Women as Home-Based Enclave EntrepreneursCole Gately M.A. 2010 Solidarity in the Borderlands: Gender, Race, Class and Sexuality for Racialized TransgenderBonnie Slade Ph.D. 2008 From Highly Skilled to High School: The Social Organization of "Canadian Work Experience", Immigration, and Volunteer workAlana Butler M.A. 2004 Addressing Race in Workplace Cultural Diversity TrainingJasjit Sangha M.A. 2003 Race, Cyberspace and the Linux CommunityAmy Appelle M.A. 2003 Experiences of Class amongst Migrant Domestic Workers in TorontoJennifer King M.A. 2001 Participation in Knowledge Sharing Activities in Organizations Completed Thesis Committee MembershipsName Degree Year TitleJulie M.A. 2012 Who is Wilhelmsburg? Race and Space inChamberlain Internationale Bauaustellung HamburgSumaya Ahmed MRP 2012 Working Class Embodiments Behind the Myth: South Asian Immigrants in Canada Living up to the Model Minority StatusMai Ngo M.A. 2011 Canadian Youth Volunteering Abroad: Rethinking issues of Power and PrivilegeSohaila Ph.D. 2011 Non-status Women: Invisible Residents andPashang Underground ResilienceTrudy Rawlings Ph.D. 2011 The Digital Divide: Globalization and Technological Access and its impact on Adult EducationKarim Remtulla Ph.D. 2010 Socio Cultural Impacts of Workplace E LearningKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 11
  12. 12. Johanna Maria Ph.D. 2010 Clerical Workers: Acquiring the Skills to MeetRadsma Tacit Process Expectations within a context of work undervaluation and job fragilityHongxia Shan Ph.D. 2009 Learning as Socially Organized Practices: Chinese Immigrants Fitting Into the Engineering Market in CanadaLaura Charles M.A. 2008 How Language is Put to Work: An Analysis of the Language of New CapitalismHijin Park Ph.D. 2007 Constituting Asian Women: Canadian gendered orientalism and multicultural nationalism in an age of Asia risingMelanie Knight Ph.D. 2007 We cant all be Oprah: How Black women negotiate entrepreneurshipSandra Tam Ph.D. Young Womens Provisioning: A Study of the Social Organization of Youth Employment.Nancy Slamet M.A. 2007 The Struggle for Equity in Unionized Social Justice Organizations in CanadaJoni Brook M.A. 2007 It wasnt just bowling on Wednesdays : ins andThorndycraft outs of engagement in radical activismNancy Latimer Ph.D. 2006 Student Nurses’ Perceptions of Self Image in a Four Year Baccalaureate ProgramArchana Ph.D. 2006 Girl Seeks Suitable Boy: Indian Marriage Dot comSharmaRachel Gorman Ph.D. 2004 A Marxist Feminist Analysis of Disability ActivismRashida Ph.D. 2004 A Redefined Role for Educated Muslim WomenKeshavjeeHongxia Shan M.A. 2004 Orientation Toward Clerical Work: Institutional Ethnographic Study of Immigrant Women’s Experiences of Employment Related ServicesJennifer Clark M.A. 2003 Experiential Learning as an Enabler to Improving Conflict Management in a Work TeamBonnie Slade M.A. 2003 A Critical Feminist Analysis of the Marginalization of Immigrant Women Engineers: Subtle Semantics, Redundant Assessments and Conflicting JuristictionsJohn Paul Ph.D. 2003 Making the Transition to Re-employment: SocialHalata Networks and their Impact on Social Assistance Recipients.Adriane Paavo M.A. 2002 Eight Days a Week: How Union Workload Blocks Womens Leadership in the Union Movement.Wang Yi M.A. 2002 Women and Leadership in China.Olakunle M.A. 2002 Government Funding and Staffing in theAyodele Nonprofit Sector: A Case Study of the CanadianAkingbola Red Cross, Toronto Region.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 12
  13. 13. Sarita Ph.D. 2002 Facing Race, Saving Face: Anti-racism, EmotionSrivastava and Knowledge in Social Movement Organizations.Jos Ann Cutajar Ph.D. 2001 Widowhood in the Island Where Time Stood Still: Gender, Ethnicity and CitizenshipIsla Carmichael Ph.D. 2001 Union Pension Funds, Worker Control and Social Investment in Canada: Implications for Labour EducationNandita Ph.D. 2000 The Social Organization of Difference andSharma Capitalist Restructuring in Canada: The Making of Migrant Workers through the 1973 Non- Immigrant Employment Authorization Program. Current Thesis SupervisionsName Degree TitleZeenat Ph.D. Social exclusion: investigating the experiences of queerJanmohamed parents in early childhood education settingsAgnes Thomas Ph.D. South Asian Immigrant Women in the Cash EconomyAbdulhamid Ph.D. Bridging Programs for Internationally Trained ProfessionalsHathiyaniSoma Ph.D. Racial Governmentality and Skills DeficitChatterjeeAdriana Ph.D. Workplace HarassmentBerlingeriHaesun Moon Ph.D. Developmental Disability Sector in OntarioMichelle Ph.D. Leadership in the Non Profit SectorCoombsBeverley Jones M.A. Interprofessional Teams in Social Work Current Committee MembershipsName Degree TitleValarie Ph.D. The history of immigration of Philippine-trained nurses toDamasco CanadaTammy Chan Ed.D. Ethnic Minority Women and Innovative Lifelong LearningRoy Della Savia Ed.D. Job Developers in OntarioYuk-yung Kim Ph.D. Transnational Feminist Self-MakingEXTERNAL EXAMINERRomee Lee. Lifelong Learning at the Borders: Transnational Learning Experiences of MigrantWorkers in Korea. Ph.D. Educational Studies. University of British Columbia. 2006.Nicole Balan, Displaced Women Professionals: An Exploration of Perceived LearningProcesses During Workplace Transition. Master of Education, Brock University, 2004.Lisa Kane, Understanding the Complexity of Contingent Employment: Employee ExperiencesKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 13
  14. 14. and Employer Considerations for Organizational Effectiveness. Masters of ContinuingEducation. University of Calgary. 2002INDEPENDENT READING COURSES SUPERVISED (Selected)2012 Gender & Organizational Leadership: a critical review2012 Canadian Social Welfare: Social Policy, Racial Inequality and Poverty2011 Women, Migration and Informal economy2010 Immigrant Womens Settlement and Governmentality.2010 Queering Immigrant Education in Early Childhood Studies2009 Harassment in the Workplace: Concepts, Consequences, Causes2009 Feminist Organizational Development2009 Borderlands and Trans sexualityACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE (Selected)Administrative Service within the University2010-2012 Program Chair, Adult Education and Community Development Program2008-2012 Director, Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change2006-2012 Departmental Committees for Tenure and Promotion Candidates2009 Hiring Committee for Academic Position (SESE)2006 Hiring Committee for Academic Position (CTL)2005 Hiring Committee for Academic Position (TPS)2005 Developed Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change2000-2004 Editorial Board, Resources for Feminist Research.2000 Developed Collaborative Program in Work and CareersReviews1999-date Articles Reviewed for the following Journals: American Sociological Review ACME Atlantis Canadian Ethnic Studies Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education Canadian Public Policy Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology Convergence Ephemera: After Organization Studies Issue Ethnography Family Business Review Gender, Place and Culture Human Relations Journal of Applied Behavioural Sciences (JABS) Journal of Management Studies Organizational Research Management Organizational Research Methods Organizations Personnel Review Resources for Feminist ResearchKiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 14
  15. 15. Women’s Studies International Forum2006-2012 Reviewer for SSHRC research grant (approximately one per year)2011 Participant in review of the SSHRC Postdoctoral Program2010 Reviewer for Book Manuscript, Routledge2009 Reviewer for Book Manuscript, Princeton University Press2006, 2001 Reviewer for Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute Faculty Research Fellowships.2006 Reviewer for CFI Leaders Opportunity Fund Project.2004 Adjudicating Committee, Scholarships, Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.2001 Reviewer for Book Proposal, Sage.2000 Reviewer for Theresa F. Girouz Fellowship Program at SSHRC.External Tenure Assessments2010 External Reviewer, Tenure case at Babson College2007 External Reviewer, Tenure case at Skidmore University2006 External Reviewer, Tenure case at Carleton UniversityService to Students and Community2012 Organized student seminar with Carla Freeman.2011 Organized student seminar with Richa Nagar.2003-2011 Instructor, Regent Park Community Development Project2003 Introduction for talk by Avtar Brah, March 28, University of Toronto.2003 Moderator, Event on Women, War and Resistance. University of Toronto.2000-2002 Board Member, Nightwood Theatre, Toronto.1996-1998 Board Member, Universal Shelter Association, Halifax.CAREER INTERRUPTIONSI was on adoption/maternity leave in 2003 and 2005.Kiran Mirchandai, Curriulum Vitae, 2012. 15