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Gary Teeple is a Professor of Sociology at SFU. He completed both his BA and MA in Sociology at the University of Toronto, and went on to complete his PhD in the area of Comparative Politics at the University of Sussex. His research interests include Neoliberalism and the global division of labour, Hegelian and Marxist philosopy, and the nature of human rights.
PhD (Comparative Politics), University of Sussex
MA (Sociology), University of Toronto
BA Hons. (Sociology), University of Toronto
Neoliberalism and the global division of labour; nature of human rights; Hegelian and Marxist philosophy; sociology of art; political sociology; political economy of Canada.
- Relations of Global Power: Neoliberal Order and Disorder
Co-edited with Stephen McBride, University of Toronto Press, 2011
- The Riddle of Human Rights (Garamond Press, 2004)
- La globalisation du monde et declin du reformisme social. (Les Presses de l'Universite Laval, 2004) French translation, with new Preface and Postscript
- Globalization and the Decline of Social Reform (Garamond Press 1995, Expanded 2nd edition 2000)
- Capitalism and the National Question in Canada (Editor, University of Toronto Press, 1972)
- Marx's Critique of Politics, 1842-47 (University of Toronto Press, 1984)
- (2019). ‘The Neglected Chapters on wages in Capital,’ in M. Musto (ed.), Marx’s Capital after 150 Years. London: Routledge. (232-247).
- (2019). ‘Foreward.’ To T. Bryant, D. Raphael, M Rioux (eds.). Staying Alive, 3rd Edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. (vii-xv).
- (2017). ‘BC Labour Relations in an Era of Neo-Liberal Reform: The Campbell Years 2001-2011,’ in T. Summerville and J. Lacharite (eds.), The Campbell Revolution: Power and Politics in British Columbia from 2001-2011. Queen’s University Press. (125-149).
- (2017). ‘Austerity Policies: From the Keynesian to the Corporate Welfare State,’ in S. McBride and B. M. Evans (eds.), The Austerity State, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2017 (25-43).
- (2011) ’Notes on the Continuing Crisis,’ in G. Teeple and S. McBride (eds.), Relations of Global Power: Neoliberal Order and Disorder, University of Toronto Press.
- (2009). ‘Towards a Theory of Terrorism,’ in S. Rollings-Magnusson (ed.), Anti-Terrorism: Security and Insecurity after 9/11, Halifax: Fernwood Press, 2009 (32-58). (Reprinted: (2018) In W. Chahal (complier). Crime and Inequality: Readings for an Introduction to Criminology, Halifax: Fernwood.
- (2009). 'Marx on Human Rights,' D.P. Forsythe (ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Rights, Volume 3, Oxford University Press.
- Paper: (2019). ‘The Politics of Capital: The National Debt and Austerity Policies.’ Conference: Alternate Routes: The Globalization Project. 13-15 June. Turin. (Under revision)
- Paper: (2018). ‘Austerity and the End of Liberal Democracy.’ Conference: Alternate Routes: Austerity Against Democracy. University of Bologna, 11-13 June.
- Paper: (2017). ‘Austerity and Labour Market Restructuring: National Forms, Global Realities,’ 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, European International Studies Association (EISA), Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 13 -16 September.