Nathan Kalman-Lamb

Lecturing Fellow* of Thompson Writing Program

Office Hours: 
Tuesday/Thursday 12:20-1:20pm


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

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.