Jacqueline Kennelly

Courses Taught

Winter 2010 

  • Sociology of Childhood, third year, ~75 students; 3 hour lecture per week (as contract faculty)

  • Directed Reading Course, graduate level: Making Research Matter (with two doctoral students, as contract faculty)

Fall 2010

  • Sociology of Education, third year, ~70 students;  3 hour lecture per week

  • Youth Cultures, Moral Panics and Globalization, graduate level, 3 hour seminar per week

Winter 2011 

  • Sociology of Childhood, third year, ~75 students; 3 hour lecture per week

  • Qualitative Methods, fourth year, 3 hour seminar per week

Summer 2011

  • Directed Reading Courses, fourth year: Readings in Urban Sociology & Applied Research in Urban Sociology

Fall 2011

  • Youth Cultures, Moral Panics and Globalization, graduate level, 3 hour seminar per week

  • Qualitative Methods, fourth year, 3 hour seminar per week

  • Directed Reading Course on Youth Cultures (one 4th year student)

Winter 2012  

  • Sociology of Education, third year, ~80 students;  3 hour lecture per week

  • Advanced Studies in Feminist Theory, graduate level, 3 hour seminar per week

  • Directed Reading Course on Feminist Theory (one 4th year student)

  • Directed Reading Course on Mixed-Race Experiences (one 4th year student)

Summer 2012

  • Directed Reading Course on Feminist Theories of the Body (co-taught with J. Siltanen, 2 MA students). 

Fall 2012

  • Sociology of Education, third year, ~80 students;  3 hour lecture per week

  • Qualitative Methods, fourth year; 3 hour seminar per week

Winter 2013 

  • Advanced Studies in Feminist Theory, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

  • Women in Society (Gender & Society), second year, ~75 students; 3 hour lecture/week.

Fall 2013 and Winter 2014

  • on maternity leave

Summer 2014 

  • Directed Reading Course on Transnational Social Movements and NGOization (one MA student)

Fall 2014 and Winter 2015

  • on sabbatical and teaching release

Fall 2015

  • Gender & Society, second year ~ 75 students; 3 hour lecture/week

  • Advanced Qualitative Methods, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

Winter 2016

  • Sociology of Education, third year, ~ 100 students; 3 hour lecture/week

  • Mega-Events and Urban Inequality, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

Fall 2016

  • Urban Inequality and the Neoliberalization of Cities, graduate seminar

  • Advanced Qualitative Methods, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

Winter 2017  

  • Gender & Society, second year ~ 75 students; 3 hour lecture/week

  • Social Justice in Action, third year ~ 60 students; 3 hour lecture/week

Summer 2017

  • Directed Reading Course on Youth Cultures, Moral Panics and Globalization (one PhD student)

Fall 2017

  • Social Justice in Action, third year ~ 40 students; 3 hour lecture/week

Winter 2018 

  • Advanced Qualitative Methods, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

  • Directed Reading Course on Social Justice in Action (one 4th year student)

Fall 2018

  • Advanced Qualitative Methods, graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week

Winter 2019

  • Social Justice in Action (SOCI 3170), third year ~ 40 students; 3 hour lecture/week

  • Special Topics in Sociology: Urban Inequality and the Neoliberalization of Cities (SOCI 5806), graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week – in partnership with Herongate Tenant Coalition. 

Spring/Summer 2019

  • Wrestling with Bourdieu, graduate level directed reading course, credit course for 2 graduate students (organized as reading group from May 3rd to August 2nd, with five other doctoral students, one contract instructor and 2 faculty members) 

Fall 2019

  • Social Justice in Action (SOCI 3170), third year ~60 students; 3 hour lecture/week

Winter 2020

  • Urban Inequality (SOCI 5805), graduate level; 3 hour seminar/week.