Tanya Basok is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Windsor. Her research focuses on migrant rights and pro-migrant advocacy, including labour rights and social integration of Mexican farmworkers in Canada, the role of labour organizations and other activists in advancing the rights or temporary migrants in Canada and female migrants in South and Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean,  and Central American refugees and labour migrants in Mexico.  Currently, she is conducting a SSHRC-funded project on Status Regularization Programs for Irregular Migrants in South America, Costa Rica and Mexico.

She teaches courses in the area of Migration,  Refugees, Social Justice, Human Rights, and Food and Global Sustainability.

Contact: basok@uwindsor.ca