Jean Golden, Ryerson University

Professor Toronto, Ontario jgolden@soc.ryerson.ca Office: (416) 979-5000 ext. 6211

Bio/Research

Professor Golden has been teaching at Ryerson University since the 1970's and played a key leadership role in the development of critical, community-focused curriculum in the Sociology Department. She has taught a variety of courses over the years, such as Development and Underdevelopment, Social...

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Bio/Research

Professor Golden has been teaching at Ryerson University since the 1970's and played a key leadership role in the development of critical, community-focused curriculum in the Sociology Department. She has taught a variety of courses over the years, such as Development and Underdevelopment, Social Change, Race and Ethnicity, Women's Studies and Introductory Sociology. She also taught Black History to students in the public school system. More recently she studied Human Rights and Employment Equity at the University of Toronto Law School and the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec and has integrated international human rights law into her teaching curriculum. She is a past Chair of the Department of Sociology and was awarded two SHERO Awards by the Ryerson Student Union for excellence in teaching, 2000 and 2001. As senior administrator of Ryerson Human Rights Office, she delivered educational and employment equity workshops to senior administrators, faculty, staff and students.

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