McGill University, History and Classical Studies
Course Lecturer, East Asian History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
The Department of History and Classical Studies, McGill University is looking for a Course Lecturer to teach two courses in East Asian History in Winter 2015:
HIST 338 (Twentieth-Century China)
HIST 445 (Late Imperial China)
The remuneration for each history course will be $7200 (including vacation pay)
Applications: Please submit a letter of interest addressed to Prof. Elizabeth Elbourne, one letter of reference, a curriculum vitae, a letter of support from your supervisor, if applicable (applications from PhD students or Postdoctoral Fellows), and a syllabus if a similar course has been taught by an applicant. Also, teaching evaluations from one course - either as a course lecturer or as a teaching assistant - should also be submitted. All documents are to be sent by e-mail to Jobsearch.firstname.lastname@example.org. A Ph.D. in the discipline is preferred, but doctoral candidates are welcome to apply.
The deadline to apply is Friday, July 11, 2014.
Applications will be reviewed immediately, and until the position is filled.
Contracts for Course Lecturers are governed by the “Guidelines for Employment of Contract Academic Staff.” Details on employment of Course Lecturers may be found on the Academic Personnel website –
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Please note that a valid work permit is required for all non-Canadians, with the exception of Permanent Residents of Canada. McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others who may contribute to further diversification.
Sylvia Markhauser - Tel: 514-398-3065
|Primary Category:||East Asian History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Chinese History / Studies