Posted: 18 Nov 2019
Per Course Instructor position: Winter semester 2020
The Department of Archaeology invites applications from individuals interested in teaching the following undergraduate course in the Winter 2020 semester.
- ARCH 1005/ HIST 1005-083- Critical Reading and Writing in Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies Per Course Instructor position Archaeology Winter 2020 (PDF)
Subject to budgetary restrictions and sufficient enrolments, appointments will be made on a course by course basis and will not entail any obligation to conduct research or to perform any administrative service for Memorial University. Appointments will be made in accordance with the provisions in the MUN-LUMUN Collective Agreement. Course design and evaluation methods for all courses will be in accordance with the Department of Archaeology regulations and the Memorial University Calendar.
|Course Title||Course Schedule||Description||Qualifications||Campus|
|ARCH 1005/ HIST 1005-083- Critical Reading and Writing in Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies||DISTANCE||Features the analysis of scholarly literature, media and other sources of knowledge related to Aboriginal and Indigenous studies. Students practice analytical and reading and writing through class discussion and assignments related to study of both past and present.||An MA or equivalent in Archaeology or a closely related discipline; previous teaching experience at a post-secondary level; and a demonstrated knowledge of the course concepts and content.||DISTANCE|
Please visit www.mun.ca/archaeology/about/ for program and course information description.
To apply for this position:
Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae and the names of referees, electronically or in writing to:
Dr. Peter Whitridge
Department of Archaeology
Tel: (709) 864-8192 Fax: (709) 864-2374
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL, A1B 3X8
Salary: As per the MUN-LUMUN Collective Agreement
Closing Date: Monday December 2nd, 2019
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Memorial University of Newfoundland is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from qualified women and men, visible minorities, aboriginal people and persons with disabilities.