Nathan Kalman-Lamb is the co-author of Out of Left Field: Social Inequality and Sports (Fernwood Publishing, 2011). He has recently co-authored the article Multiculturalism, Gender and Bend it Like Beckham in the journal Social Inclusion and published a chapter entitled "Deconstructing Linsanity: Is Jeremy Lin a Model Minority Subject?" in the collection Killing the Model Minority Stereotype: Asian American Counterstories and Complicity. Previously, he published the articles "The model minority subject: Jose Bautista and Canadian multiculturalism" in Social Identities and "'A Portrait of This Country': Whiteness, Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and the Vancouver Opening Ceremonies" in Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.
He has recently accepted a position as a TWP Postdoctoral Lecturing Fellow at Duke University and will begin his appointment on July 1, 2016. His research focuses on labor, race and gender in sport.
He has spoken at several panels and conferences, including the Association for Canadian Studies and the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association annual conference in Gatineau, Quebec, 2015;
"At the Intersections: Sport, Social Inequality and Labour in the Americas," for the Global Labour Research Centre at York University in 2015; the NASSS conference in Quebec City, 2013; the Historical Materialism Conference in Toronto, 2012; the Canadian Sociological Association Conference at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, 2011 and 2012; the History in the Making Conference at Concordia University and the Ideology in Motion Conference at UBC.
He lives (for the time bein) in Toronto with his partner and infant child.
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