Winter 2020-2021 Sessional Positions Available



Department of Sociology



The Department of Sociology invites applications from qualified applicants to deliver the following 1.5-unit Sociology courses during the 2020/21 academic session. For a more detailed description of the course, go to

In keeping with Article 13.01 of the Collective Agreement between UVic and CUPE 4163 (Component 3), Expressions of Interest are hereby sought from doctoral students, adjunct faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and sessional lecturers in the department, as well as other interested parties. Offers of sessional employment will be made from the pool of qualified individuals who express interest in teaching during 2020-21 Winter Session. The positions are subject to availability of funding and attainment of minimum course enrollment numbers.


FALL 2020:


SOCI 103 – Canadian Society – TWF 12.30 – 1.20pm

SOCI 235 – Racialization and Ethnicity – MW 4.30 – 5.50pm

SOCI 305B – Families and Social Change – T 2.30 – 4.20pm & F 2.30 – 3.20pm

SOCI 327 – International Perspectives on Inequities in Health and Health Care – TWF 11.30 – 12.20pm

SOCI 390 – Special Topics in Sociology – T 2.30 – 4.20pm & F 2.30 – 3.20pm



SOCI 103 – Canadian Society – TWF 11.30 – 12.20pm

SOCI 211 – Introduction to Sociological Research – TWF 12.30 – 1.20pm

SOCI 215 – Class and Social Inequality – W 3.30 – 6.20pm


Applications or expressions of interest should be received by Monday March 16th, 2020 at 5:00pm. Applications will be accepted after this deadline only if the position has not been filled. Applicants should include details of their qualifications and teaching experiences (e.g. areas of research expertise; relevant graduate courses completed; LATHE program or other teaching training completed). Submitted materials will not be returned. The application should be sent to: Steve Garlick, Chair, Department of Sociology, University of Victoria, Box 3050, Victoria BC V8W 3P5 (

The University of Victoria is an equity employer and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, people of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of the University.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.