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Unit 1 - Course Instructor - FRE 336H1F L0101 – Postcolonialism : Francophone Literatures

Posted Date:

Tuesday, July 4, 2017


University of Toronto
Department of French
Job Posting – Course Instructor
Fall 2017 (September - December)

FRE 336H1F L0101 – Postcolonialism : Francophone Literatures

- Doctoral student or Post-doctoral Researcher in French or Comparative Literature.
- Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the university level;
- Experience with teaching of literature/culture courses at the university level;
- Strong expertise in the course sub-field
- Full fluency in both written and oral French

• Teaching a literature course
• Preparation, contact hours, marking.

Tuesday 1-3p.m.

Estimated Course Enrolment: 40 students

Size of appointment: 0.5 C.I.

Rate of Pay: $ 7,385.12 (including vacation pay)

Dates and duration of appointment: September 1, December 31, 2017

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

The position posted is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments

Application Process
Applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V. (including previous teaching evaluations (if applicable)), and two letters of reference by July 25, 2017. Applications should be sent to:

Professor J. Steele, Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies, French Studies, 50 St. Joseph St.,

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.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Posted on July 4, 2017



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