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Posted April
15 2015

Employment, Research: CSUS Work-Study Research Assisstant

The Centre for the Study of the United States is now hiring a summer Research Assistant under the Work-Study program, to work with Prof. Peter Loewen, CSUS Director. Only students eligible under this program may apply for the position. The application deadline is Friday, May 8th, 2015.

Please submit a cover letter, CV, and unofficial transcript by email to the attention of Prof. Loewen, at: csus@utoronto.ca.

Click here for full application details.

PLEASE NOTE: This position is for the Work-Study program only. Only eligible students will be considered.

Student Eligibility
• An Undergraduate student must be taking at least 1.0 credits (40% of a full course load) continuously from May-August. That means one full course continuously over the entire summer (not 1.0 from May-June and zero courses July-August or 1.0 course over July-August and zero courses between May-June)
• A Graduate student must be registered in at least 40% of a full course load from May-August. Students are required to check ROSI. If ROSI registration indicates a “PT” status, they will need to ask their department to confirm the percentage. If ROSI registration indicates a “PT” status, they will need to ask their department to confirm the percentage.
• Students registered in Toronto School of Theology programs are not eligible for work study positions.
• Students do not need to be OSAP eligible to apply for Work Study.

Notes:
Students are permitted to accept ONE Work Study position per program period. Students registered in the Toronto School of Theology are not eligible for Work Study positions. Students do NOT have to be OSAP eligible to apply for Work Study positions.

Deadline: May 8, 2015

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Posted April
14 2015

Academic, Employment: Sessional Lecturer Position Winter Term 2016 (January – April)

Course #: PCJ361H1S
Title: Topics in Peace, Conflict, and Justice II
Schedule: January 11, 2016 – April 8, 2016 Tuesdays 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Description:
This course focuses on major issues broadly related to peace, conflict, and justice. The instructor should have expertise in tying together the themes of both the deep causes of conflict and the means by which we can ameliorate them in peace time and in post-conflict situations. The course should explain how structural and individual-level explanations matter, beyond “obvious” answers for conflict, its resolution, and is prevention. We seek an interdisciplinary approach to these questions, utilizing some combination of anthropology, economics, law, political science, and sociology. In particular, questions of justice (material, legal, moral, social, etc.) and sustainability should be emphasized.
Number of positions available: 1 Estimated Course Enrollment: 50
TA support: None
Sessional date of appointment: January 1, 2016 – April 30, 2016

Salary:
Sessional Lecturer I – $ 7,268.21
Sessional Lecturer I, Long Term – $7,405.93
Sessional Lecturer II – $7,727.26
Sessional Lecturer III – $8,084.29
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
Qualification:
PhD in social science required. Extensive teaching experience is highly preferred; those without it should submit a rough course outline. Interdisciplinary proficiency required.

Duties:
Preparation and delivery of course material; preparation and delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations; marking of student work, submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries, appeals and petitions and student contact hours.

All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm to:

Professor Wendy H. Wong
Director, Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice
pcj.programme@utoronto.ca

Please note: Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.
Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.
This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

Click here for more information.

Deadline: April 20, 2015

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Posted April
14 2015

Academic, Employment: Sessional Lecturer Position Fall Term 2015 (September – December)

Course #: PCJ360H1F
Title: Topics in Peace, Conflict, and Justice I
Schedule: September 14, 2015 – December 8, 2015 Fridays 10:00am – 12:00pm

Description:
This course focuses on major issues related to peace, conflict, and justice, with a specific focus on international security, broadly defined. Interest in multiple causes, effects, and facets of security, including “traditional security issues,” such as conflict, and “non-traditional security issues,” such as rebellion and insurgency a must. Demonstrated expertise with conflict resolution, civil conflict, violence of non-state actors, and/or displacement as a consequence of conflict a plus.

Number of positions 1
Estimated Course Enrollment: 50
TA support: None
Sessional date of appointment: September 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015
Salary: $7114.65 (vacation pay included)
Qualification: PhD or ABD in political science or sociology with a demonstrated proficiency and ability (in teaching and/or publishing). Teaching experience in these areas are required.
Duties: Preparation and delivery of course material; preparation and delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations; marking of student work, submission of grades, dealing with student inquiries, appeals and petitions and student contact hours.

All individuals interested in this position must submit by e-mail a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae to:

Professor Wendy H. Wong
Director, Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
pcj.programme@utoronto.ca
This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The position posted above is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrollments.

NOTES:
1. Department Standards and Hiring Policies are available in the Department office and in the CUPE, Local 3902 office.
2. The position(s) posted above is (are) tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments.
In accordance with the Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto encourages applications from qualified women and men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.
Although a graduate student’s preference as to the campus location of his/her TA appointment will be taken into account, both the initial TA appointment (or CI appointment) and the subsequent appointment obligation related to that appointment may be met through position(s) on any one of the three University of Toronto campuses (UTM, UTSC or St. George) in courses in the same discipline as the initial appointment. TAs will only be assigned to courses in fields in which they are or should be qualified to assist.

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Deadline: April 20, 2015

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Posted March
25 2015

Research: IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG), within the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, invites applications for a one-year IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance. Research should be pertinent to IMFG’s focus on the finance and governance issues faced by large cities and city-regions in Canada and around the world. The Fellowship will commence September 1, 2015, offers $50,000 (CAD) of financial support for the following twelve months, and provides benefits pursuant to the 2015 collective agreement between the University of Toronto and CUPE 3902, Unit 5.

Qualifications

Fellowship recipients are expected to live in Toronto, Canada while pursuing their research and study, and will have the opportunity to participate generally in the intellectual life of the Munk School of Global Affairs and larger University of Toronto community during the 2015-2016 academic year.

Eligibility is limited to applicants who will have received their Ph.D. in a relevant discipline within three years prior to the time they begin their fellowship at IMFG (i.e. by September 1, 2015).   Please note that applicants must have completed all requirements for their Ph.D. before the start date.

Responsibilities

In addition to pursuing an intensive research project, the post-doctoral fellow is expected to participate as a member of the IMFG team.

Core responsibilities of the post-doctoral fellow include:

  • Presenting their research as part of two seminars at the Munk School of Global Affairs, with the first in the fall of 2015 and the second in the spring of 2016.
  • Preparing an original, full-length research paper for publication as part of the IMFG Papers series, as well as a short summary of the paper for publication as part of the IMFG Perspectives series (i.e. 6-8 pages).

Other responsibilities, to be identified with IMFG staff based on the fellow’s interests and IMFG’s research agenda, could include:

  • Planning IMFG conferences, events or roundtables, in conjunction with IMFG staff;
  • Preparing research papers for publication as part of the IMFG Papers, Perspectives and/or Forum series;
  • Developing and/or participation in other IMFG research projects and initiatives; and
  • Providing research assistance and support to the IMFG Director.

Applications

Applications must arrive at the Munk School of Global Affairs no later than May 1, 2015 at 4:00 pm. The committee will notify applicants of their decision by July 2014. Application instructions can be found here:

Deadline: May 1, 2015

http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/imfg/uploads/310/imfg_post_doc_application_instructions_2015.pdf

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Posted March
4 2015

Grants & Awards: Call for Applications: Dr. David Chu Scholarships in Asia Pacific Studies

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Must be an undergraduate or graduate student in the Faculty of Arts and Science who is pursuing study or research related to the Asia Pacific region (east and southeast Asia). Preference will be given according to the following categories, in descending order of priority:
    1. Undergraduate students enrolled in the Contemporary Asian Studies Major or Dr. David Chu Major program in Asia Pacific Studies. Students may apply for either travel or non-travel awards.
    2. Graduate students enrolled in the Collaborative Master’s program in Asia Pacific Studies. Students may apply for either travel or non-travel awards.
    3. Graduate students in programs other than 2 above for whom Asia Pacific studies are a major focus of their studies, and who are traveling to conduct research in the Asia Pacific region.
    4. Undergraduate students in programs other than 1 above for whom Asia Pacific studies are a major focus of their studies, and who are traveling to attend a course of study at a university in the Asia Pacific region. Students must be in their third or fourth year of study; minimum CGPA for consideration is 2.50. Students who meet these criteria and who are attending the Summer Abroad program in Hong Kong are eligible to apply.
  • Financial need will be considered. Undergraduate students must demonstrate financial need by qualifying for OSAP for the fall-winter sessions in which the application is made. Graduate students must demonstrate financial need by qualifying for OSAP or by submitting a Financial Needs Assessment Form for the fall-winter sessions in which the application is made.
  • Please note: international students are not eligible

Value:

  • Travel awards (all categories): To be determined on the basis of estimated costs (see below)
  • Non travel awards: category 1 – $1000, category 2 – $5000
  • Travel awards are paid at the time of travel after students have completed a Safety Abroad Workshop and registered with the Safety Abroad Office (this can take up to one month)
  • Non-travel awards are paid after re-registration in the next fall session at the University of Toronto.

Applications:

Applications are composed of 6 parts that must be submitted together. Please ensure applications are complete upon submission. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Application Summary Form

  1. Application Summary Form
  2. One-page statement outlining the student’s program of study and/or research interests.
  3. Curriculum vitae.
  4. Detailed breakdown of estimated costs (travel awards only).
  5. One-page letter of support from a University of Toronto faculty member (must be submitted in a sealed envelope with the application).
  6. Copy of the applicant’s OSAP assessment (undergraduate/graduate students) or a Financial Needs Assessment Form (graduate students).Submit applications to:
    Faculty of Arts and Science Student Awards Committee
    c/o Lanor Mallon, Manager, Faculty Governance and Curriculum
    Sidney Smith Hall, Room 1006
    Toronto, Ontario, M5S 3G3

Deadline: March 16 at 5:00 p.m. – Late submissions will not be accepted.

Applicants will be notified of the decision by mail by end of April.

Deadline: March 16, 2015

http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/scholarships/march16/dr-david-chu-scholarships-in-asia-pacific-studies

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Posted October
31 2014

Academic, Employment: CSUS and American Studies Employment Opportunities

GENERAL INFORMATION

Generally speaking, for Fall and/or Winter courses, we expect to make hiring decisions June through September; Summer course hirings occur in March/April (note, however, that we do not usually run summer courses). However, some decisions may be made earlier or later than these time frames, depending on circumstances. Unexpected vacancies may arise at any time.

Applications will be retained for twelve (12) months. Persons who submit applications and CVs will receive emailed job postings for specific positions for the subsequent twelve (12) months.

This notice is posted pursuant to the CUPE Local 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement. For your information: Please note that, with respect to the hiring of Sessional Instructional Assistants, the Unit 3 collective agreement affirms that the provisions of Article 14:03(a) of the CUPE Local 3902, Unit 1 Collective Agreement (extending preference in hiring to students enrolled in the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Toronto or prospective graduate students who have made application to be so enrolled), take precedence as between Unit 1 and Unit 3.

American Studies – St. George – Posting
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Job Posting for Sessional Lecturer
USA300H1S: Introduction to American Studies
Posting date: October 24, 2014
Closing date for receipt of applications: November 21, 2014, at 4:00 pm.

The program in American Studies is seeking a sessional lecturer for the Spring 2014 semester for USA300H1S: Theories and Methods.

Description: USA 300H1S: Theories and Methods
This course, required for majors and minors but open to all who have met the pre-requisites, explores a range of approaches to the field of American Studies. Students will be introduced to some of the many ‘theories and methods’ that have animated the field of American Studies, including historical methods; formal analysis of texts; and key concepts.

Enrolment: The course has a projected enrolment cap of: 60.
Estimate of TA Support: 120
Timetable: Tuesdays 12:00-2:00pm
Dates of appointment: January 1, 2015 – April 30, 2015
Salary:  Sessional Lecturer I -$7,125; Sessional Lecturer I Long Term – $7,260; Sessional Lecturer II – $7,575; Sessional Lecturer III – $7,925 (including 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.

Qualifications: Ph.D. degree in a relevant discipline, such as: American Studies, Geography, History, English Literature, or other similar areas, with a general focus on the interdisciplinary approach to United States history, politics, and culture. Applicants must be interdisciplinary in approach and be prepared to present an interdisciplinary course. Previous experience teaching at the university level and teaching a similar course required. Demonstrated evidence of excellence in teaching preferred.

Description of Duties: Duties include the design 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; and administering teaching assistant work.

Application Process: All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae, the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form (available at: http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/Assets/HR+Digital+Assets/HR+Forms/Recruitment+$!26+Selection/c3902u3afj2012.rtf), a letter of application, a short description of how you might go about teaching this course with representative texts or if available a draft syllabus, and the name(s) of one or more qualified referees to:
csus.director@utoronto.ca, with CC to csus@utoronto.ca, by November 21, 2014, at 4:00 pm

Please note:  Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

This notice is posted pursuant to the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement. Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III by the American Studies Program.

In accordance with the Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto encourages applications from qualified women and men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.

Centre for the Study of the United States
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Job Posting for Teaching Assistant
USA 300H1S 
“Theories and Methods in American Studies”
Posting date: October 24, 2014
Closing date for receipt of applications: November 21, 2014, at 4 pm.

The program in American Studies is seeking a graduate teaching assistant for USA 300H1S “Theories and Methods in American Studies” for the spring 2015 semester.

Description: This course, required for majors and minors, explores a range of approaches to the field of American Studies. We will focus on how various scholars approach their objects of study (the methods part) as well as how scholars have interrogated the analytic categories that produce knowledge, such as ‘race,’ ‘commodity,’ ‘the past’ (the theories part). In looking at sources, students will engage with a range of primary texts, including written, visual, aural, and material, and to develop useful methodologies in interpreting these primary texts. These methods will be drawn from several fields, but all share a common commitment to close readings as an approach.

Duties: Designing tutorials in consultation with the instructor; teaching tutorials; marking/grading student papers and examinations; holding office hours for academic counseling of students.

The estimated course enrollment is 60 students. One Teaching Assistant will be hired; the appointment size, and number of hours, varies with the entitlement of the hired graduate student teaching assistant. The position is tentative, pending final enrollment for the course.

Hours of work: approx. 120 hours in total (approx. 10 hours/week)
Number of tutorial sections: maximum of 2
Rate of Pay: SGS I/II – $42.05/hour

Salary and qualifications are per the latest agreement with CUPE, Local 3902; standards and policies regarding the agreement are available in the offices of the Centre for the Study of the United States (Munk School of Global Affairs) and in the CUPE, Local 3902 office.

Final availability of the position(s) is contingent upon enrolment, budgetary consideration, and the determination of appointments as governed by the collective agreement.

To Apply:  Applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V. (including previous teaching evaluations (if applicable), and the names of two referees by November 23, 2014 at 4 pm.

Applications should be sent to:

Prof. Peter Loewen, Director
Centre for the Study of the United States and American Studies Program
email:  csus.director@utoronto.ca
with a cc to: 
csus.advisor@utoronto.ca

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The Departmental Hiring Policy is available in the Department office and in the CUPE Local 3902 office.

Note: Although a graduate student’s preference as to the campus location of his/her TA appointment will be taken into account, both the initial TA appointment (or CI appointment) and the subsequent appointment obligation related to that appointment may be met through position(s) on any one of the three University of Toronto campuses (UTM, UTSC or St. George) in courses in the same discipline as the initial appointment. TAs will only be assigned to courses in fields in which they are or should be qualified to assist.

In accordance with the Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto encourages applications from qualified women and men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.

Deadline: November 23, 2014

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Oct 28

: Call for Post-Doctoral Fellowship Applications: UCRSAP

Deadline: January 1, 2015

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Posted August
19 2014

Employment, Research: IMFG-RESEARCH ASSISTANT OPPORTUNITY

Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) at the Munk School of Global Affairs
University of Toronto – St. George

 Date of Posting: August 19, 2014

Application Deadline: August 29, 2014

A part-time Research Assistant (RA) is being sought for a six month period, commencing September 2014. The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting a number of IMFG’s exciting research projects and other programs, in issue areas ranging from city finance and governance to transportation funding and big data.

The core responsibilities for the RA role will focus on research assistance and support for IMFG research, events, and programming, including:

  • Literature reviews and comparative research;
  • Assisting in scoping new projects;
  • Finding, analyzing, and using data sets (e.g. charts or graphs, conceptualizing infographics)
  • Writing, editing, and other contributions to IMFG publications;
  • Identifying project stakeholders and research partners; and
  • Other tasks as needed.

If applicable, the RA could also support other IMFG functions including:

  • Communications, graphic design, and social media support;
  • Executive assistance to the Director (e.g. help with preparation of presentations and speeches, communications)

Hours of work will be flexible, totaling no more than 14 hours per week, to be determined in consultation in a manner that balances IMFG responsibilities with academic degree program obligations. Direct supervision will be provided by André Côté, IMFG’s Program and Research Manager. RAs must have access to their own computer and workspace.

Hourly Rate of Pay: $25.00, to a maximum of $5,000, over the duration of the contract.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate student at the University of Toronto in a discipline related to municipal finance and governance, such as economics, public policy, urban planning, political science, and other areas of relevance to IMFG’s mandate.
  • Strong research, writing, and communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently, to prioritize among different research tasks, and meet deadlines.
  • Previous university level research experience, including experience with quantitative research methods, and data collection and manipulation (e.g. Excel and other software).
  • Graphic design and social media skills (e.g. Twitter, Facebook) are an asset.
  • Previous experience working in local government is an asset.

 

Application Process:

Interested applicants should send a CV and a cover letter of no longer than one page describing their interest in the role and their qualifications to: André Côté, Manager of Programs and Research, at: andre.cote@utoronto.ca.

 

Deadline: The application deadline is August 29th, 2014.

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Posted August
15 2014

Academic, Employment: Academic Advisor, American Studies Undergraduate Program, CSUS – application deadline: August 22nd

The Centre for the Study of the United States (CSUS) is seeking an Academic Advisor for its Undergraduate Program.

POSITION AVAILABLE
Academic Advisor, American Studies Undergraduate Program
Centre for the Study of the United States
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto

Application deadline is: August 22, 2014 at 4:00 pm

Scope: To be accountable to the Director of the Centre for the Study of the United States (CSUS) for the administration of all aspects of student academic advising for the American Studies Undergraduate Program of the Centre for the Study of the United States. Position requires training for Repository of Student Information (ROSI), and the Munk School’s database.

Duties:

  1. Student Advising;
    1. Ongoing email correspondence and personal consultation with undergraduate students regarding program requirements, course selections, scheduling information, as well as referral to campus and community services.
    2. Maintain accessibility through two regularly scheduled, publicly posted, office hours per week.
  1. Student Recruitment;
    1. Work with CSUS Event Coordinator to update program requirements brochure and distribute to students in ENG250Y, HIS271Y, POL203Y, and GGR240H/GGR254H, to boost enrollment in USA300H (late November).
    2. Attendance at various undergraduate events and Open Houses for the purpose of disseminating information on the American Studies Undergraduate Program; Fall Campus Days (October and November), March Break Open House (March).
  1. Course Administration for USA 200H, 300H, 310H, 311H, 312H, 313H, 400H, 401H, 402H, 403H, 494H, and 495Y;
    1. Trouble-shooting course registration, timetable, and room allocation details with Faculty of Arts and Science.
    2. Support course instructors with Blackboard, assist instructors in implementation of academic technology, book office hours space for instructors and a/v equipment through the Office of Space Management.
    3. Distribute pre-requisite checks from the Degree Audit Tool to course instructors.
    4. Track enrollment in courses using ROSI.
    5. Schedule end of term tests and final exams.
    6. Administer grade submission through E-marks.
    7. Collect syllabi for program files.
  1. Program Administration;
    1. Graduation assessment and signing off on Program of Study Assessments (POSAs).
    2. Assist Director of CSUS with course planning for annual timetable and calendar.
    3. Collect and summarize program statistics of majors and minors on an annual basis.
    4. Assess course eligibility (50% US content) when requested by students for courses not included on approved list.
    5. Maintain updated approved course list.
    6. Maintain updated undergraduate email list, available from the Faculty of Arts and Science.
    7. Attend program review meetings, and curriculum (C&C) meetings at the Faculty of Arts & Science.
    8. Submit annual report to the director for the annual report regarding courses offered, class enrollments, program enrollment, and graduating students.
    9. On-going filing relating to the American Studies Undergraduate Program.
  1. CSUS Graduate Student Workshop
    1. Chair awards committee for $1000 travel grants (June).
    2. Send out annual call for papers (July).
    3. Select presenters and schedule Workshop series presentations (August).
    4. Introduce speakers and facilitate discussion period for each presentation. Operate audio-visual equipment and clean-up/lock-up seminar room after the presentation.

Number of hours per week: 5-7; tbc

Hourly Rate: $28.85/hour (including vacation pay)

Duration of Contract: one year

To Apply:
Please send (electronically) a cover letter, a c.v., and the names of 2 references to Prof. Peter Loewen, CSUS Director, at csus.director@utoronto.ca.

Deadline: August 22, 2014 at 4:00 pm

http://sites.utoronto.ca/csus/Employment-Opportunities.html

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Posted June
23 2014

Academic, Employment: Teaching Assistant Position: CAS310H1- Comparative Colonialisms in Asia

The Contemporary Asian Studies program seeks one Teaching Assistant for the following course:

CAS310H1: Comparative Colonialisms in Asia

Course instructor: Professor Takashi Fujitani

This course analyzes the impact of colonialism in South, East, and Southeast Asia and the various ways in which pre-colonial traditions intersect with and reshape colonial and postcolonial process across the various regions of Asia. The course will examine the conjunctures of economy, politics, religion, education, ethnicity, gender, and caste, as these have played out over time in the making and re-making of Asia as both idea and place. Attention will be paid to postcolonial and indigenous theories, questions of ‘the colonial’ from the perspective of Asian Studies, and debates about the meaning of post colonialism for the study of Asia now and in the future.

Qualifications: A background in Asia-Pacific and/or South Asian studies is required, preferably from an interdisciplinary and multi-regional social science perspective. First consideration will be given to full-time senior graduate students at the University of Toronto.

Duties:

  • Attend weekly lectures and bi-weekly meetings with the professor
  • Mark 2 essays (5 pages each) and 1 final essay (10 pages)
  • Hold office hours the week after assignments are returned

Course timetable: Thursdays, 4-6

Hours of work: approx. 64 hours total

Estimated Course Enrolment: 45 students

Rate of Pay: SGS I/II – $42.05/hour

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.

Application Process: Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV (including previous teaching evaluations if applicable) by July 19, 2014. Letters of recommendation are not required but will be accepted. Applications should be sent to:

Program Administrator, Contemporary Asian Studies via email at  ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The position is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments. The Departmental Hiring Policy is available in the Department office and in the CUPE Local 3902 office.

In accordance with the Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto encourages applications from qualified women and men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.

Posted on June 23, 2012

Deadline: July 19, 2014

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