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Course Instructor Please note that the positions posted below are Classical Studies
FALL 2016 – Winter 2017
Dept of Historical and Cultural Studies
Classical Studies
POSTING DATE: May 4, 2016
CLOSING DATE: June 2, 2016
The following Course Instructor positions are available in Classical Studies in the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies for the Fall 2016
and Winter 2017 academic session. These jobs are posted in accordance with the Collective Agreement between The Governing Council of the
University of Toronto and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3902 (Unit 1). Please note that the positions posted below are
tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments. Applications should include a cover letter outlining qualifications and current
curriculum vitae sent to Professor Donna Gabaccia, Interim Chair of the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto
Scarborough using the online application system found at https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/webapps/slship/jobs.php.
The Chair of the Department will make any and all offers of employment on behalf of the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies.
Salary: in accordance with the current CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement, the rate of pay for course instructors will be $7,257.83 for a half
course (F, S or Y) inclusive of vacation pay. Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting,
the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.
Sessional Dates (excluding Exam period):
F courses: Thursday, September 1 to Thursday, December 1, 2016.
S courses: Monday, January 2 to Friday, March 31, 2016.
Course Code
and Title
Course Desc.
Lec. Sec.
Course
Enroll.
(est.)
Number of
Positions
(est.)
230
1 position
Qualifications
Duties
Estimated
TA
Support
(Hours)
All normal duties
related to the design
and teaching of a
university credit
course, including
preparation and
2 Grading
Assistants
(125 hrs
each)
FALL 2016
CLAA05H3F
Ancient
Mythology I:
Mesopotamia and
Egypt
A study of Mesopotamian
and Egyptian mythologies.
Special attention will be
dedicated to the sources
through which these
representational patterns are
LEC 01
M 11-1pm
Ph.D. or ABD in
Please note Classical Studies or
the
Ancient History,
timetable
strong academic
has not been record and
finalized
professional
documented and to their
influence on Mediterranean
civilizations and arts.
CLAB05H3F/
HISB10H3F
History and
Culture of the
Greek World
A survey of the history and
LEC01
culture of the Greek world
F 11-1pm
from the Minoan period to
the Roman conquest of Egypt
(ca 1500-30 BC). Special
attention will be dedicated to
the nature, variety and limits
of the available evidences, to
socio-cultural interactions as
well as to historical processes
of continuities and ruptures.
Same as HISB10H3
120
CLAC22H3F
Religions of the
Ancient
Mediterranean
A comparative study of the
LEC01
Mesopotamian, Egyptian,
W 12-2pm
Phoenician and Punic, Celtic,
Palmyrene, Persian,
Greco-Roman and
Judeo-Christian religious
beliefs and practices. Special
attention will be dedicated to
45
and may be
subject to
change.
promise; ongoing
research and
publication;
alongside relevant
teaching
experience.
delivery of course
content;
development,
administration and
marking of
assignments, tests
and exams;
calculation and
submission of
grades; holding
regular office hours.
1 position
Ph.D. or ABD in
Classical Studies or
Ancient History,
strong academic
record and
professional
promise; ongoing
research and
publication;
alongside relevant
teaching
experience.
All normal duties
related to the design
and teaching of a
university credit
course, including
preparation and
delivery of course
content;
development,
administration and
marking of
assignments, tests
and exams;
calculation and
submission of
grades; holding
regular office hours.
1 Grading
Assistant
(100 hrs)
Ph.D. or ABD in
Classical Studies or
Ancient History,
strong academic
record and
professional
promise; ongoing
research and
All normal duties
related to the design
and teaching of a
university credit
course, including
preparation and
delivery of course
content;
None
Please note
the
timetable
has not been
finalized
and may be
subject to
change.
1 position
Please note
the
timetable
has not been
finalized
and may be
subject to
how they document the
societies and cultures in
which they flourished.
change.
publication;
alongside relevant
teaching
experience.
development,
administration and
marking of
assignments, tests
and exams;
calculation and
submission of
grades; holding
regular office hours.
1 position
Ph.D. or ABD in
Classical Studies or
Ancient History,
strong academic
record and
professional
promise; ongoing
research and
publication;
alongside relevant
teaching
experience.
All normal duties
related to the design
and teaching of a
university credit
course, including
preparation and
delivery of course
content;
development,
administration and
marking of
assignments, tests
and exams;
calculation and
submission of
grades; holding
regular office hours.
2 Grading
Assistants
(330hrs
total)
Ph.D. or ABD in
Classical Studies or
Ancient History,
strong academic
record and
professional
promise; ongoing
research and
All normal duties
related to the design
and teaching of a
university credit
course, including
preparation and
delivery of course
content;
None
WINTER 2017
CLAA06H3S
Ancient
Mythology II:
Greece and Rome
A study of Greek and Roman LEC30
mythologies. Special
T 6-8pm
attention will be dedicated to
the sources through which
these representational
patterns are documented and
to their influence on
Mediterranean civilizations
and arts.
300
CLAC12H3S
Classical
Literature II:
Prose
An examination of the main LEC 01
25
genres, authors and works of W11am-1pm
ancient Greek and Latin
prose. History, rhetoric,
biography, letters and the
novel will be studied.
Attention will be dedicated to
the study of how these works
Please note
the
timetable
has not been
finalized
and may be
subject to
change.
1 position
Please note
the
timetable
has not been
finalized
and may be
subject to
change.
reflect the socio-cultural
features of Classical
Antiquity and influenced
later literatures. Texts will be
studied in translation.
publication;
alongside relevant
teaching
experience.
Note: all positions involve completion of any course grading not finished by December 31, 2016 for F courses.
Note: all positions involve completion of any course grading not finished by April 30, 2017 for S courses.
development,
administration and
marking of
assignments, tests
and exams;
calculation and
submission of
grades; holding
regular office hours.
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