|Course Details:||Introduction to Early Modern Social Theory
Start 2013-09-01 End 2013-12-31
|$6,067 per half course (195 hours nominally)
$12,134 per full course (390 hours nominally)
Please note: Instructors who are employed in a 2-hour/week lecture, or the equivalent of a 2-hour/week lecture, are responsible for the first hour of seminar/lab in each course.
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|1.PhD in Sociology or a related discipline with demonstrated university training in sociology of early modern social theory. Doctoral candidates in Sociology or a related discipline with graduate course work and comprehensive exams completed (ABD) in sociology of early modern social theory.
2.Specialization or prior teaching experience in sociology of early modern social theory
3.Demonstrated success in university teaching
4.Demonstrated research in sociology of early modern social theory
In your cover letter, explain how you meet each of the four listed qualifications.
|Applications will be accepted until 2013-05-16
Applications should include a cover letter, a current resume, a CUPE 4207 application form and your seniority date.
Jill DeBon, Administrative Coordinator
Department of Sociology
500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, ON
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|*THIS POSTING HAS BEEN REVISED DUE TO A CHANGE IN THE SCHEDULED COURSE TIME*
Sociology 3P00: Introduction to Early Modern Social Theory
Central ideas of the social sciences, their intellectual origin and their change over time. The works of major social philosophers from the 18th and 19th centuries as well as classical sociological theorists. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week.
|For office use only: 2013-05-01 - #5556 - Revised - 2013-05-01|