Kelly Gorkoff

Criminal Justice

Kelly Gorkoff Title: Associate Professor
Office: 3C50
Building: Centennial Hall
Phone: 204.786.9104

MA Manitoba, PhD Carleton

Dr. Kelly Gorkoff received her PhD from the University of Carleton Sociology and Anthropology Department where she is wrote her dissertation on the corporatization of post secondary education in Canada. Prior to that, she was a Research Associate at RESOLVE, a research centre dedicated to studying violence against women. She teaches intro, foundational theory, ethics, and advanced theory. Interests include critical political economy and feminist theory. She has published government documents, program evaluations, various articles, and an edited collection on youth prostitution ‘Being Heard: the experiences of young women in prostitution’ (Fernwood 2001) which stemmed from a five year federally funded research project on Violence and the Girl Child. Upcoming publications includes ‘Othering or Protecting: the discursive practice of saving youth prostitutes’ and a co-edited collection titled ‘Thinking about justice: a book of readings’ with Richard Jochelson.