The hiring committee is interested in receiving applications from candidates who have expertise in
one or more of the following areas:
1) Colonialism and criminology, which may include Indigenous knowledges, laws, and ethics,
and/or decolonial perspectives on settler state violence;
2) Crime and capitalism, which may include the criminalization of poverty and unhoused
peoples, white collar crime, financial and corporate corruption;
3) Criminalization of health and disability, which may include cripping criminology, the policing of
public health, health law and policy.
More details can be found in the PDF file below!
Full Time Tenure Track – Assistant Professor – Criminology: Race, Racialization and Crime – Criminology – November 30, 2022
Lincoln Alexander School of Law has 3 job postings! More details can be found by clicking on the links below!
The Edward Sonshine Chair in Race and the Law
Two Open Rank positions in Law
Tenure Track position in Indigenous and Aboriginal Law
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