четверг, 3 марта 2011 г.

GENDER, SEXUALITY & POWER

OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATIONS HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPORT PROGRAM are pleased to invite the junior university teachers in the humanities and social sciences in the countries of South-Eastern Europe and Eurasia to participate in the projects of the REGIONAL SEMINAR FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING (ReSET)

GENDER, SEXUALITY & POWER

DISCIPLINE Sociology, Humanities, Anthropology, Gender/Women/Queer Studies, Feminist Theory

PROJECT PERIOD June 2011 - May 2014

HOST INSTITUTION National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine

WORKING LANGUAGES
English

PROJECT DIRECTORS

Maria Mayerchyk
Senior Lecturer, Research Associate, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine

Olga Plakhotnik
Associate Professor, National Aeronautic University “KhAI”, Ukraine

CORE RESOURCE FACULTY

Sara Crawley
Associate Professor, University of South Florida, USA

Tuula Juvonen
Senior Lecturer, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Stevi Jackson
Professor, University of York, UK

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
A principle objective of the project is to promote innovative undergraduate teaching in the region and to develop cutting-edge courses on gender and sexuality based on strong social constructionist and critical vision of sex, sexuality, and gender; to launch the teaching of queer theory, feminist analysis of sexuality and other approaches, which interpret sexualities politically, through the prisms of proliferated power and inequalities. The project will introduce and discuss fundamental ideas/theories/methodologies in the study of gender and sexuality, and engage with practical application of the theories in the comprehension of everyday life. The project will help junior university teachers formulate pedagogical philosophies and develop skills for intellectually productive engagement with students, critical rethinking of the state of the art in teaching and curricula on the subject, and the development of approaches to teaching that are critical and innovative in both content and form.

PARTICIPANTS ELIGIBILITY

Disciplines
Sociology, Humanities, Anthropology, Gender/Women/Queer Studies, Feminist Theory

Region/countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan

Academic profile
Applicants must have teaching positions at undergraduate university programs in the target region, and must teach (or intend to teach in the near future) courses relevant to project’s subject

Language Requirements
Applicants must have sufficient competence in reading and participating in academic discussions in English

How to Apply
To apply for participation in the project candidates should provide the set of documents:

  • Statement of Purpose. A brief (up to 2 pages) description of the applicants' current teaching and researching interests and goals; how the theme of the project corresponds to their academic background and current professional activities; how they see the participation in the ReSET project enhance their academic and professional development; how they can effectively contribute to the program; a list of books/articles read by the applicant on the subject of the project in the last year, familiarity with professional journals, networks, on-line resources, etc, to define the level of currency of the applicant within the scholarship on the topic; information about proficiency in English.
  • Curriculum Vitae. Outlining academic and professional history for the period of at least the last 5 years; CV should include full list of publications with holding of relevant to the theme of the project.
  • A Syllabus of an academic course developed or taught by the applicant on the subject of the project or/and short Essay or a Writing Sample on the theme of the project.

Please, join Statement of Purpose and Curriculum Vitae sequentially in one file. Begin the name of each prepared file of application with your last name (for example, ivanenko_Statement_and_CV, ivanenko_syllabus, ivanenko_writingsample, ets). The files have to be sent in .doc or .pdf formats.

CV and Statement of Purpose must be in English; Syllabus and Writing Sample is acceptable in English, Ukrainian, or Russian.

Deadline for applications March 15, 2011

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS AND GENERAL INQUIRIES
Contact person: Olena Boriak
E-mail gsp.reset@googlemail.com

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