|Position Title :
||Course Instructor: LY207 BR: Law and Social Movement
||January 1, 2020 – April 30, 2020
||Mondays and Wednesdays 4:00pm – 5:20pm
|Hours per week/Hours Total :
|Additional Course Requirements :
|Position Summary :
||This course will examine the intersection of law and social movements, specifically the legal regulation of social movements and how social movements have used the law to achieve their goals, and the effects that these efforts have had on social and legal change. The course may address the women’s movement, civil rights movements, queer movement, indigenous peoples’ movements, environmental movement, and religious movements, among others.
|Qualifications – Required :
|Qualifications – Other :
||MA in a relevant academic discipline OR LLB along with significant work experience in a field directly related to course content. Preference will be given to applicants with a background in interdisciplinary study and/or research.
|Submit with Application :
||Required for All Applicants
Required for External Applicants
- Cover Letter
- Names and Contact Information for Referees
- Teaching Dossier, including Course Evaluations
Applicants will be required to submit proof of academic credentials for highest degree prior to being awarded a contract. It is highly recommended that applicants include this verification with their application.
|To Apply :
Address Applications to:
Dr. Jonathan Lavery
c/o Nicole Morgan
Applicants shall apply electronically.
This appointment is in accordance with the Part-time Contract Academic Staff Collective Agreement, for which the Wilfrid Laurier Faculty Association (WLUFA) is the exclusive bargaining agent.
|Please Note :
For Supplementary Remuneration for large classes or multi-section courses, see Article 28.3
Pursuant to Article 13.5 of the Collective Agreement for Part-time Contract Academic Staff (CAS) and Part-time Librarians, all applicants shall apply electronically. Applications must be received by 23:59 local time of the date on the posting.
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