Instructor positions - Migration Studies
To contribute to its new program in immigration studies, the Concordia School of Community and Public Affairs is looking to hire instructors to teach the following courses:
SCPA 315 Immigration in Quebec and Canada (3 credits)
This course focuses on immigration and diversity policies as well as the social consequences of immigration and multiculturalism in Canadian and Quebec contexts. Students learn about the evolution of policy in these areas as well as covering topics such as public opinion and reactions toward immigration, advantages and challenges of multiculturalism versus integration, and the theoretical debates surrounding immigration and models of integration (assimilation, civic integration, multiculturalism).
SCPA 481 Settlement and Integration (3 credits)
This course examines the experiences of immigrants and refugees in Canada, focusing on the social, cultural and political processes of their integration and/or marginalization. In this context, it explores immigrant-based agencies and social movements, and equitable approaches to settlement services and community development to help newcomers adapt to their new environment. It also looks at integration outcomes of immigrants: employment, education, housing, participation.
Interested individuals (including Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association [CUPFA] members) should submit:
- An online application, by logging into the Faculty Resource Information System (FRIS) at: https://fris.concordia.ca and submitting their application no later than 11:59 PM on May 15, 2018; OR
- A paper application, by completing a paper copy of the Appendix H Application Form available at: https://www.concordia.ca/hr/dept/employee-labour-relations/labour-agreements-collective-bargaining/cupfa.html or https://fris.concordia.ca and submitting it to each department listed therein no later than 5:00 PM on May 15, 2018.
- As specified in Article 10.01 a) of the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association (CUPFA) collective agreement: only Canadian citizens and permanent residents may apply to posted courses. Non-Canadians shall only be eligible to receive Reserve Courses as per Article 10.24 of the CUPFA collective agreement, and therefore shall be classified as Adjuncts or Graduate Students.
Direct any question to Chedly Belkhodja, Principal of the SCPA: email@example.com