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Advanced Topics: Policing racialization and urban unrest: From ‘race riots’ to Black Lives Matter CRI491H1/3140H1 - Joint Graduate and Undergraduate course
Course Instructor

Posting Date : July 03, 2020
Closing Date : July 31, 2020  (Posting Expired)


Duties

The design, preparation and delivery of course content, including teaching lectures or seminars; creation of courseware; the development and administration of assignments, tests and examinations; invigilation of the final examination; the marking and grading of student work, and the submission of grades to the Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies in accordance with established policies and procedures; the maintenance of reasonable hours of student contact outside scheduled classroom hours; and, if applicable, the supervision of the day-to-day work of teaching assistants assigned to the course.

Qualifications

PhD in Criminology or criminologically relevant social science discipline on the history of spatial strategies for policing 'immigrant communities' in Canada. Current research and academic publications on policing of 'immigrant communities', and strategies of 'de-radicalization', with an emphasis on critical analysis of the spatial dimensions of policing strategy and the relationship between urban policy and policing strategy.

Details

Department
Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies
Course ID
CRI491H1/3140H1 - Joint Graduate and Undergraduate course
Campus
St. George
Salary
$8219.16, inclusive of vacation pay
Course Enrollment
30
Dates of Appointment
September 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020
Number of Positions
1
Class Schedule
Tuesday, 2 pm to 4 pm
How to Apply
For detailed information on the application procedure go to https://wdw.utoronto.ca/community/cupe-3…
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