Brad Hornick entered the PhD program in Sociology in fall 2010. He completed his BA Honours at Queens University in Political Studies and his Masters in Special Arrangements (Latin American Studies) at SFU. His masters thesis was a study of transnational labour solidarity between the AFL-CIO and El Salvadoran popular movement. His present research interests include political economy, neo-liberalism, ideology and the specificities of environmental movements in North and Latin America. Senior Supervisor: Dany Lacombe; Committee Member: Alison Ayers, John Bogardus, & Shane Gunster.