Nathan Kalman-Lamb

Lecturing Fellow* of Thompson Writing Program

Office Hours: 
Monday/Wednesday 11:45am-12:45pm

Overview

Recent teaching: social inequality, sports, the body, and social theory.

Recent research: labor, race, multiculturalism, gender, spectatorship, and sport (Canada and the United States).

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., York University in Toronto (Canada) 2016

  • M.A., York University in Toronto (Canada) 2007

Fellowships, Supported Research, & Other Grants

Doctoral Fellowship awarded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2009 to 2013)

Canada Graduate Scholarship– Master’s awarded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2006 to 2007)

Abdel-Shehid, G, and Kalman-Lamb, N. Out of Left Field Social Inequality and Sports. Fernwood Books Limited, 2011.

Kalman-Lamb, N. "Deconstructing Linsanity: Is Jeremy Lin a Model Minority Subject?." Killing the Model Minority Stereotype Asian American Counterstories and Complicity. June 10, 2015. (Chapter)

Abdel-Shehid, G, and Kalman-Lamb, N. "Complicating Gender, Sport, and Social Inclusion: The Case for Intersectionality." Social Inclusion 5.2 (June 29, 2017): 159-159. Full Text

Abdel-Shehid, G, and Kalman-Lamb, N. "Multiculturalism, Gender and Bend it Like Beckham." Social Inclusion 3.3 (June 25, 2015): 142-142. Full Text

Kalman-Lamb, N. "The athlete as model minority subject: Jose Bautista and Canadian multiculturalism." Social Identities 19.2 (March 2013): 238-253. Full Text

Kalman-Lamb, N. ""A Portrait of This Country": Whiteness, Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and the Vancouver Opening Ceremonies." TOPIA-CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES 27 (2012): 5-27.