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Tamara Kay is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Harvard University and Co-Director of Harvard's Transnational Studies Initiative. Her work centers on the political and legal implications of regional economic integration, transnationalism, and global governance. She is interested in how organizations and social movements - particularly labor and environmental movements, NGOs, and non-profits - respond and adapt to processes of regional economic integration and globalization. Professor Kay has published in the American Journal of Sociology and the American Sociological Review. She has worked as a consultant to the International Labour Organization, the American Center for International Labor Solidarity, and the United Farmworkers of America. At Harvard, she has affiliations with the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations.
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Canada. -- Treaties, etc. -- 1992 Oct. 7.
Trade unions -- North America.
Social movements -- North America.