Dr. Paul Christopher Gray

Assistant Professor, Labour Studies


Office: Plaza (PLZ) 340
905 688 5550 x5419


PhD, York University
MA, York University
BA, Trent University

Research Interests

In general, I study the history of theories and practices of justice, as well as democratic theory and social inequality. Recently, my research has focused on the role of public sector workers in democratizing governance and administration, and on new forms of labour organizing among precarious workers in the airline industry. In 2017, I received the Dissertation Prize from York University. My edited volume, From the Streets to the State: Changing the World by Taking Power (State University of New York Press 2018), will be released in paperback in 2019.


Journal Articles

Book Chapters