PhD, McGill University
MA, McGill University
BA (Honours), University of Alberta
Thomas Dunk’s research and teaching interests and areas of expertise are in social theory; social class, masculinities, identity, and inequality; environmentalism; and economic anthropology and sociology. He has published on topics such as masculinity and working-class culture, the theory and practice of neoliberalism and workplace training regimes, workers and environmental controversies in resource dependent regions, and racism, regionalism, whiteness, and identity. He teaches courses in social theory; economy, culture, and society; masculinities; and globalization.