Jiyoung Lee-An


Jiyoung Lee-An

Instructor I

PhD in Sociology (Carleton University)
M.A. in NGO Studies (SungKongHoe University)
B.A. in Mass Communication (Chung-Ang University)

Email: jiyoung.an@carleton.ca

Jiyoung is a critical race feminist and interdisciplinary scholar whose research and teaching interests are migration, feminism, critical race theories, transnationalism, decolonial feminist theories, critical multiculturalism, Canadian Studies, Korean studies, and comparative studies. She understands teaching, research and activism to be integrated practices, and her identity as a feminist scholar and activist has been consistent in linking her grassroots experiences with her scholarly work. She is actively involved in building up intersectional pedagogies, which embrace diverse students’ experiences.

Current courses (Fall 2020 – Winter 2021)

CDNS 4500: Canada and the World
CDNS 4300: Contested Spaces/Communities
CNDS 3901: [Selected Topics] Towards Racial Justice: A critical study of Canadian multiculturalism and anti-racist movements in Canada
CDNS 2000: Debating Canada
CDNS 1102: Introduction to Canada and the World
CNDS 1001: Studying Canada