Series 9 - Teaching

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  • 1968-1971, 1985-2000 (Creation)

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0.36 m of textual records

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Course outlines, reading lists, lectures and support materials document the Sociology courses taught by Spencer in the latter half of her career. Includes: Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101), Peace and War (SOC 231), Political Sociology (SOC 324), Theories and Methods of Saving the World (SOC 410), Selected Topics and Methods (SOC 411), Non-Violence in Interpersonal Relationships (SOC 421), Pollution, Environment and Development (SOC 422), Negotiation and Non-Violence (SOC 431).

There are also some files relating to graduate students as well some early course lectures from the late 1960s and early 1970s when she lectured in several American colleges prior to her move to the University of Toronto.

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