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Dr. Paul Kellogg

Dr. Paul Kellogg


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I am a teacher and writer focussed on political economy (Canada and international), social movements (with a special focus on labour), and 20th century politics and history of Russia. I have been teaching at Athabasca University since 2007, since 2010 in the MA-IS program (Master of Arts - Interdisciplinary Studies), coordinating the "Work, Organization and Leadership" focus area. Prior to that I spent two excellent years teaching in the Department of International Development Studies at Trent University, and four years in the Department of Politics / School of Public Administration at Ryerson. My Ph.D. is in Political Studies from Queen's University, my M.A. in Political Science from York University.

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Research interests

  • political economy (Canada and international)
  • social movements (with a focus on labour)
  • politics and history of Russia (with a focus on the 20th century)

Educational credentials

  • 1991 – PhD – Political Studies (Comparative Politics, Canadian Politics), School of Graduate Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston
  • 1986 - MA – Political Science (Political Theory, Canadian Politics), Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University, Toronto
  • 1985 - BA (Spec. Hons.) – Political Science, Atkinson College, York University

Professional affiliations

  • Associate Professor (status only), Department of Social Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto
  • Associate Graduate Faculty Member (status only), Department of Social Justice Education, OISE University of Toronto