Course Lectureship Opportunities

Fall 2018

Posting period: June 1 - 22, 2018

Deadline to Apply: June 22, 2018

Salary: $8220/course (including vacation pay).

The Department of Sociology is inviting applications to teach courses in fall 2018. Please complete the online application form and upload required documents. Applications will be ranked according to the collective agreement between McGill University and the MCLIU. Preference will be given to the qualified applicant with the most priority points. McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. For any questions, please contact jobsearch.sociology [at] mcgill.ca 

 

Fall Courses and Teaching Qualification Requirements

 

SOCI 211-002 Sociological Inquiry

An introductory review of methods of sociological research including research design, elementary quantitative data analysis, observation, and use of official statistics. Detailed examination of published examples of the use of each of the major techniques of data analysis and collection

T R F (08:35 - 09:25) SADB 2/36

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Education: Priority will be given to PhD students near the completion of their degree

Experience: Successful completion of both area exams within the last five years and/ or prior experience as a teaching assistant for SOCI 211

 

SOCI 307-001 Globalization

Socio-economic, political and cultural dynamics related to processes of globalization. An examination of the following: key theoretical foundations of the globalization debate; the extent and implications of economic globalization; global governance and the continuing relevance of nation-states; instances of transnational activism; the diffusion of cultural practices; patterns and management of global migration and mobility.

M W (10:05 – 11:25) ENGMD 279

TQR

Education: Priority will be given to Ph.D. students near the completion of their degree.

Experience: Successful completion of area exam in Political Sociology or Ethnic Relations within the last five years and/ or prior experience as a teaching assistant for SOCI 307.

 

SOCI 321-001 Gender and Work

Focus on men's and women's work in North American societies, historically and contemporarily, in order to understand the dynamisms of gender (in) equality in and outside of the home. Topics explored include: housework; the relationship(s) between gender, organizations and bureaucracy; emotional labour; occupational segregation and stratification; sexual harassment; and work-family policy.

M W F (13:35 - 14:25) STBIO S3/3

TQR

Education: Priority will be given to PhD students near the completion of their degree

Experience: Successful completion of both area exams within the last five years and/ or prior experience as a teaching assistant for SOCI 321