Julie Kate Seirilis, a continuing lecturer for the School of Environment Enterprise and Development, joined St Paul's College in August 2013. Her research at St. Paul's and the University of Waterloo focuses on the ethics and politics of teaching international development and on pedagogy as activism. Since 2014, Dr Seirlis has contributed to and participated in the University of Waterloo's indigenisation process. She
did three years of development work in Zimbabwe as a researcher and writer, a human rights program officer and an adviser on gender equity and children's rights, Dr. Seirlis lectured in anthropology at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.
- INDEV 300
- INDEV 302
- D.Phil. - Social & Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, 1999
- M.St. - Social & Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, 1995
- B.A. - English, French, Italian, Latin & Private Law, University of Cape Town, 1992