Faculty/Department Faculty of Arts Unit Arts-Politics and International Studies Employee Group URFA CUPE 5791 Job Family Category Sessional Number of Vacancies 1 Position Summary
PSCI 390 BB/IS 390 AN Pop Culture and International Politics
What can we learn about international politics from popular culture? Popular culture presents the possibilities of politics that are not abstracted from of everyday life and experience. This course draws the popular culture to explore the nature, limits, and possibilities of contemporary international politics.
Applicants should have a minimum of a Master of Arts degree in Political Science (or equivalent) and demonstrated expertise in the course’s subject.
Subject to Budgetary Approval
Physical Demands Pay Grade Faculty Sessional Salary Range As per CBA Status Term Work Hours
06-JUL-2020 to 26-AUG-2020
Duration (if Term/Temporary) 06-JUL-2020 to 26-AUG-2020 Full-Time/Part-Time Other Preference Posting Target Posting
Dr. Jim Farney
University of Regina
Dept. of Politics & International Studies
CL 211, 3737 Wascana Parkway
Job Open Date 04/07/2020
Job Close Date 04/14/2020
Open Until Filled
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All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
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Competition Number 20200254SS