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Lynn Caldwell

St. Andrew's Faculty - Lynn Caldwell

Professor of Church and Society

lynn.caldwell@usask.ca

Education/ Degrees:

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

Publications:

  • Forthcoming: Caldwell, Lynn, Carrianne Leung and Darryl Leroux, eds. Critical Canadian Studies, Fernwood Publishing. Expected publication Fall 2012.
  • Forthcoming: Caldwell, Lynn, “Unsettling the Middle Ground: Could the World Use a More Questionable Saskatchewan?” in Caldwell, Lynn, Carrianne Leung and Darryl Leroux, eds. Critical Canadian Studies, Fernwood Publishing. Expected publication Fall 2012.
  • Caldwell, Lynn, “St. Andrew’s College Integration Seminar: Interdisciplinary Action-Reflection Methods for Sustained Conversations.” Teaching Theology and Religion, 14:3, July 2011.
  • Caldwell, Lynn. Review of Resistance: The New Role of Progressive Christians, John R. Cobb, Jr., ed. Touchstone, Vol. 28 No. 3, September 2010. 
  • Caldwell, Lynn and Christopher Lind. “An Ambiguous Inheritance: Church in Saskatchewan,” in Jene Porter, ed., Perspectives of Saskatchewan 1905-2005, Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2008.
  • Caldwell, Lynn. Review of Out of the Ivory Tower: Feminist Research for Social Change, Andrea Martinez and Meryn Stuart, eds. Resources For Feminist Research / Documentations Sur La Recherche FÇministe, Vol. 31 Nos. 3/4, 2006, pp. 142-144.

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