Successfully defended his dissertation, "Calling for Resistance: The Political Economy of Indian and Canadian Call Centre Industries, in August of 2011 and is currently developing this work into a book manuscript. He will be teaching in the Queen's School of Business as a Term Adjunce in January, 2012. In addition to academic and career pursuits, Andrew is working with members of PSAC (Public Service Alliance of Canada) Local 901, which represents graduate teaching assistants and teaching fellows at Queen's University, to develop the Campus Labour Notes project. Campus Labour Notes is centered on an on-line searchable database of benefits, pay, and protections secured in collective bargaining agreements negotiated by the union locals representing workers employed in the university and college sector in Ontario. The website will also include news, book reviews, and commentaries on union and labour activities at the national and international levels. The project is set to launch in January of 2012. Andrew can be contacted at andrew.jr.stevens [at] gmail.com. His curriculum vitae can be found here: View CV, (*PDF, 142 kB)
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*Revised November 10, 2011