Daniel Sailofsky is a Lecturer in the Department of Criminology, joining the department in 2021.
Daniel completed a Bachelor’s of Civil Law (BCL/LLB) at the University of Montréal in 2016, followed by an MA in Sport Management at Brock University (Canada) in 2018. He will defend his PhD dissertation in December 2021, in the department of Sociology at McGill University. He has worked as a Sessional Course Lecturer at McGill University and the University of British Columbia, and as a Teaching and Research Assistant and McGill University and Brock University.
PhD of Sociology, McGill University, Canada - 'Athlete Perpetrated Violence Against Women and Its Effect on Career Outcomes'
Master's of Arts in Applied Health Sciences (Sport Management), Brock University, Canada
Bachelors of Civil Law (LLB), Université de Montréal, Canada
English, French, Hebrew
Daniel's teaching portfolio primarily covers courses in violence, gender, institutions, human rights, and quantitative methods
He is currently working on the following modules:
Daniel is a criminologist/sociologist with an interest in gender and gender-based violence, masculinity, sport sociology, and the sociology of law. His interdisciplinary academic background includes formal training in law, sport management, criminology and sociology.
More specifically, his research agenda includes study of how social structures, institutions and culture shape deviant and criminal behaviour, as well as how gender, race, class and sexuality impact outcomes in the criminal justice system and the social construction of crime. This has led to projects looking at cultural backlash against socially progressive changes in sport and in society, masculinity and cancel culture on Twitter, and the construction of victimhood in victim impact statements, with a particular focus on how gender, race and class influence presentations of victimhood in cases of domestic violence, sexual violence, and homicide.
Norman, Richard and Sailofsky, Daniel and Darnell, Simon and Warner, Marika and Heal, Bryan (2022) “Building back better”: seeking an equitable return to sport-for-development in the wake of COVID-19. Sociology of Sport Journal . ISSN 0741-1235 (Accepted/In press)
Craig, Miltonette and Sailofsky, Daniel (2022) ‘What happened to me does not define who I am’: Narratives of resilience in survivor victim impact statements. Victims & Offenders . pp. 1-19. ISSN 1556-4886 (Published online first)
Sailofsky, Daniel and Orr, Madeleine and Darvin, Lindsey (2022) Gender differences in careers and publications within the sport management academy. Sport Management Education Journal . ISSN 1938-6974 (Accepted/In press)
Sailofsky, Daniel (2022) Masculinity, cancel culture and woke capitalism: exploring Twitter response to Brendan Leipsic’s leaked conversation. International Review for the Sociology of Sport , 57 (5). pp. 734-757. ISSN 1012-6902
Sailofsky, Daniel (2022) More talent, more leeway: do violence against women arrests really hurt NFL player careers? Violence Against Women . ISSN 1077-8012
- MITACS Accelerate - Change the Game Research Project
- Fonds de Recherche de Quebec (Société et Culture) - Athlete Perpetrated Violence Against Women and Its Effects on Career Outcomes