Jemimah Amos (Sociology)

Jemimah Amos (Sociology)
   

Academic Editor & Coach

 

Jemimah Amos is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of Windsor. She completed her MA in Sociology in 2019 from the University of Windsor and began her PhD journey in September of the same year. Her academic and research interests include migration, race and ethnicity, feminism, and qualitative methodologies. Her PhD dissertation focuses on the encounters of African immigrant women with the labour market in Canada. She adopts an approach that reiterates the intersectionality of race, gender, and class.

Jemimah is working with a research team to develop an online course that will teach students how to effectively intervene when they witness an act of anti-racism. She is an academic tutor and graduate assistant in the department of Sociology at the University of Windsor working closely with students to improve their understanding of course materials, assignments delivery, and essay writing. Her ideology of teaching involves providing students with the tools and resources for self-development. She encourages critical thinking.

Moving to Canada in 2017 from Lagos Nigeria, Jemimah enjoys reading, travelling, brainstorming, and watching movies.