The University of Northern BC, in conjunction with the Geography Program, invites applications for a Part-time Instructor for the Winter 2020 semester. An Instructor is needed for the following courses:
GEOG 301 Cultural Geography (Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30am-12:50pm)
Cultural products, such as music, cuisine, language, and religion, have spatial expressions. Through cultural norms, products and activities, we create places and construct landscapes. This course examines the influence of power relations, cultural imperialism, globalization, and cultural resistances on the human organization of space and on how people engage with place. This is a writing-intensive course, emphasizing improvement of upper-division level written communication through iterative editing.
GEOG 401 Tenure, Conflict and Resource Geography (Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:00pm-2:20pm)
This course examines global resources and their role in questions of conservation and economic development. Emphasis is placed on global and international resource issues and the role of public policy.
Candidates for these upper-level courses should possess a PhD or are ABD in a PhD program, provide evidence of relevant work experience and demonstrate excellent teaching in the subject area.
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