Sessional Lecturer - Feminist Perspectives on Society and Education
Sessional Lecturer - LHA1143, Feminist Perspectives on Society and Education
Description: This course will provide both students without much background in feminism and students wishing to renew and deepen their knowledge of feminism with an overview of: 1) the principles of feminist social analyses and social practice, and 2) feminist perspectives on current issues. It will be useful for students who are facing issues of gender in their research, their work, or their personal lives and are interested in how gender intersects with race, class and sexuality.
Estimated Enrolment: 30
Estimated TA Support: 0
Class Date: TBA
Sessional Date of Appointment: January 1-April 30, 2021
Salary: CUPE3902 Unit 3 Salaries. The rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.
Minimum Qualifications: Holds a PhD in adult education or a related field. Prior graduate teaching in the areas of the course topic and an established record of publications and research in the topic area is required, with demonstrated community and workplace experience in the field of equity. An established and successful track record of online teaching is required, preferably using Canvas/Quercus.
Duties: Prepare, organize, and teach this graduate seminar online; be available to students seeking assistance throughout the term; evaluate and provide students with feedback on their work in a timely manner.
Application Process: Apply online at https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/oise/Faculty_Staff/Working_at_OISE.html. Complete applications must include a cover letter that details why your experience qualifies you to teach this particular course, a CV, most recent course evaluations, a draft outline for this course using OISE's official template (https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/oise/Programs/OISE_Course_Outline_Template.html), and the names of three referees. Only complete applications received by the deadline will be considered.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
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