Professor of Church and Society
BA (Hons) 1990, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
MDiv 1995, St. Andrew’s College, Saskatoon
MA 2002, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
PhD 2008, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
Biography: Lynn Caldwell, PhD, is part-time Professor of Church and Society. She also works as a sessional lecturer in sociology for St. Thomas More College and in Educational Foundations for the University of Saskatchewan.
Research and Teaching Interests: Social theory, in particular anti-racist education and critical race theories; feminism and gender studies; intersections of equity issues (race, gender, sexual diversity, disability, class); cultural studies; understandings of power and resistance; colonialism and its resistance in Canada; prairie identities; national and regional mythologies; public memory and commemoration; youth leadership; integrative learning; academic skills support and development; qualitative research
Experience: Program Coordinator, Alberta Youth Animation Project on Southern Africa (AYAPSA), 1995-1997; Saskatchewan Conference Program Staff, 1997-2000; Distance Education Assistant and Online Instructor, St. Andrew’s College, 2000-2006; Staff Associate, Elrose Pastoral Charge Summer 2001; Leadership Development Module Facilitator and Field Placement Coordinator, Centre for Christian Studies, Summers 2002 and 2003; Teaching Assistant, Department of Canadian Studies, University of Toronto, 2005-2008; Academic and Cultural Support Centre Advisor, OISE/UT, 2007-2008