WS310A Transnational Sexualities (Fall 2023)

Date: May 25, 2023

Location: Waterloo, CA

Company: Wilfrid Laurier University

Faculty/Academic Area: Faculty of Arts 

Department: Women and Gender Studies 

Campus: Waterloo 

Employee Group: WLUFA 

Requisition ID: 6116 



Position Title:  WS310A Transnational Sexualities (Fall 2023)

Term:  Fall 2023 (September 1 – December 31)

Days/Times:  T Th 1730-1850

Hours per week/Hours Total: 3/36

Type of Course:  In-class

Anticipated Class Size:  40

Posted on:  May 25, 2023

Posting ends:  June 11, 2023


Position Summary:  This course examines representations of gender and sexuality from a transnational perspective. Focus is on understanding how gender and sexuality are redefined by heightened globalization, changing national borders, uneven migrations, emerging "Global cities", and neoliberalism in a Post-911 world.


Qualifications – Required:  MA

Qualifications – Discipline:  Women and Gender Studies or cognate discipline

Qualifications – Areas of Specialization:  Gender and sexuality, LGBTQI+ and globalization.


Salary:  $9,025.89 subject to CA 25.2

Application Deadline:  June 11, 2023


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Required for All Applicants


Required for External Applicants

  • Names and contact information for two referees
  • Evidence of good teaching
  • Verification of highest degree


Optional but Recommended for All Applicants

  • Cover Letter
  • Teaching Dossier (strongly recommended)
  • Sample Course Outline (two pages maximum)

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