Teaching Faculty, Sociology and Anthropology
I have a B.A.Specialisation in Psychology (1978-1984), a B.A. in Applied Social Science(1994-2001) and a M.A. in Sociology (1999-2001) from Concordia University, anda Ph.D from l’UQÀM (2012).
I have been teaching at Concordia University since 2002 and at Carleton University (Ottawa) from 2005-2010 on social issues, such as inequality, social construction of deviance, sexuality, collective action and social movement. Currently as a member of the Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform,I have been involved with different community organisations since 1992. I have been working with Dr. Frances M. Shaver, a founding member of Stella the Montréal organisation by and for sex workers, on different projects since 1999.
Tremblay, F & Kingsman The Divide Between Lilith's Daughters: ''Lateral Violence Be-tween Sex Workers and the Psycho-Social Impacts (Pending Publication) in Social Sciences 2023
Tremblay, Francine. 2023. Self, Identity and Collective Action .Lanham: Lexington Books
Tremblay, Francine. 2021. Labouring in the Sex Industry: A Conversation with Sex Workers on Consent and Exploitation. Social Sciences 10: 86. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci10030086
Tremblay, Francine. 2020. Organizing for Sex Workers’ Rights in Montréal: Resistance and Advocacy. Lanham: Lexington Books.
Beer, S. & Tremblay, F. (2014). A Canadian Case Study in Power Plays: Rethinking the Politics of Sex Work. Sex Worker Rights Organizations and the Implications of Relying on Government Funding. University of Minnesota Press. Carissa Showden and Samantha Majic Editors.
Le Faubourg St-Laurent: The Making of a problem in Culture of the Cities. Oakville: Mosaic Press 2001
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