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Sessional Lecturer – Cupe 3902 Unit 3

WGS365F – Gender Issues in the Law

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Course Instructor – CUPE 3902 Unit 1

WGS 355 S – Gendered Labour Around the World

WGS 369 H1 F – Studies in Postcolonialism

WGS 442 H1 S – Toxic Worlds, Decolonial Futures

WGS 482 F – Translating Sexuality: Queer Migration, Queer Diasporas

CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Job Postings


Teaching Assistant – CUPE 3902 Unit 1

WGSI 160Y1Y – Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

WGS 271Y1Y – Gender in Popular Culture

WGS 260H1F – Texts, Theories, Histories

WGS 273H1F – Gender & Environmental (In)Justice

WGS 360H1S – Making Knowledge in a World that Matters

WGS367H1S – The Politics of Gender and Health

Please apply online through the WGSI online TA application website.

CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Job Postings


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