Lori Chambers talks with Ann Porter

  • Ann Porter Ann Porter, York University, conducts research in the area of globalization, welfare state restructuring, feminism and political economy. Her latest book, Gendered States: Women, Unemployment Insurance, and the Political Economy of the Welfare State in Canada, 1945-1997, has been awarded the 2004 Kenny Prize in labour/left studies and the 2005 CWSA/ACEF Annual Book Prize [see review in this issue].
  • Lori Chambers Lori Chambers, Lakehead University, is the author of Married Women and Property Law in Victorian Ontario, and of the forthcoming manuscript, Misconceptions: Unwed Mothers and the Children of Unmarried Parents Act in Ontario, 1921-1969.