The Department of Gender Studies invites applications from qualified Queen’s graduate students interested in being a TA for the courses listed below.
- BLCK 200 – Black Studies and the Politics of Liberation: An Introduction
- BLCK 280 - Special Topics in Black Studies: African Literature on These Indigenous Lands
- BLCK 360 - Globalization and Black Health
- GNDS 120-001 - Women, Gender, Difference
- GNDS 120-002 - Women, Gender, Difference
- GNDS 125S - Gender, Race, and Popular Culture
- GNDS 212 - Racism, Colonialism, and Resistance
- GNDS 215S - Introduction to Sexual and Gender Diversity
- GNDS 311 - Feminist Thought
- GNDS 335 – Science Fiction and Fantasy
- GNDS 340 - Indigenous Women, Feminism and Resistance
- GNDS 380 - Special Topics in Gender Studies: Carework: Queering Intimacies
- BLCK 380 - Special Topics in Black Studies: Black Environmentalism
- GNDS 120S - Women, Gender, Difference
- GNDS 125-001 - Gender, Race, and Popular Culture
- GNDS 125-002 - Gender, Race, and Popular Culture
- GNDS 215 - Introduction to Sexual and Gender Diversity
- GNDS 285 - Transgender Politics and Representation
- GNDS 315 - Feminist Pedagogies
- GNDS 325 - Indigenous Meanings of Reproduction and Health
- GNDS 326 - Gender, Diaspora and the Arts
- GNDS 345 - Research Methods in Gender Studies
- GNDS 380 - Special Topics in Gender Studies: Reproductive Justice and Popular Culture
Gender Studies graduate students must submit the application form available on their student dashboard. All other applicants must submit the application form available at https://redcap.link/GNDS_TA_2023-24.
All applications are due by 11:59pm EST on Sunday August 6, 2023.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Questions can be directed to Denita Arthurs, Department Manager (email@example.com).
For more information, download the position posting.