CALL FOR GSI APPLICATIONS IN LGBT STUDIES FOR FALL 2016
The LGBT Minor is accepting applications for two Graduate Student Instructors to assist in teaching a course with the following title and description:
LGBT 20AC: Alternative Sexual Identities and Communities. An introduction to varied dimensions of alternative sexual identities in the contemporary United States, with a focus ranging from individuals to communities. This course will use historical, sociological, ethnographic, political-scientific, psychological, psychoanalytical, legal, medical, literary, and filmic materials to chart trends and movements from the turn of the century to the present.
Applicants should have a background in queer issues. Applicants must be registered graduate students at UC Berkeley, enrolled in a minimum of 8 units in Fall 2016, and must not have a fellowship which precludes employment.
For consideration, send a cover letter stating your interest and background, a current CV, listing all post-baccalaureate teaching experience, a copy of the most recent academic transcript, student evaluations, and names/phone# of 2 academic references to: Althea Grannum Cummings, LGBT Minor Studies, 608 Barrows Hall–#1070, Berkeley, CA 94720-1070.
DEADLINE IS MARCH 18, 2016