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Stéphanie Mayer
Laval Université

Biographical note: Stéphanie Mayer has started in 2012 a PhD in Political Science at Université Laval under the supervision of Diane Lamoureux. Her thesis focuses on the feminist theorizations of heterosexuality. Her fields of interest concern social movements, political subjectivities and feminist theories. She is a member of the Quebec Network of feminist studies (RéQEF).

Yanick Noiseux
Université de Montréal

Biographical note: Yanick Noiseux is Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Université de Montreal. His work focuses on the renewal of trade unionism, the transformation of work and social policy in the context of globalization. Codirector of the interdisciplinary and inter-university research group on employment, poverty and social protection (GIREPS) and member of the Centre for Studies on Integration and Globalization (CEIM), he’s currently conducting research on collective organization on peripheral labor markets in Canada and India.