CUPE 3902 Unit 1

The following is information relevant to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and undergraduate students.

Department of East Asian Studies
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto
Unit 1 Job Posting 

Teaching Assistant Positions – Summer 2017

Posting Date: March 3, 2017
Closing Date: March 31, 2017

The Department of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto invites applications from graduate students interested in a Teaching Assistant position for the following courses during the Summer 2017 session. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and an EAS TA application form (WORD version).

Applications should be addressed to Professor Andre Schmid. Please send applications to EAS’s Program Administrator, Natasja VanderBerg, at natasja.vanderberg@utoronto.ca. The subject line of the email should read Summer Unit 1 TA Application.

For qualifications and duties, please see the Job Posting.
EAS105H1S Modern East Asia
EAS110Y1Y Modern Standard Korean I
EAS120Y1Y Modern Japanese I
EAS256H1F Chinese Literature (Pre-Qin to Tang)
EAS273H1S Modern Chinese Cities
EAS284H1F Modern Chinese Literature

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Course Instructor Positions – Summer 2017

Posting Date: January 20, 2017
Closing Date: February 24, 2017

The Department of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto invites applications from graduate students interested in teaching the following course during the Summer 2017 session. Applicants should submit (1) a cover letter and (2) a current curriculum vitae.
Applications should be addressed to Professor Andre Schmid, EAS Chair. Please send applications to EAS’s Program Administrator, Natasja VanderBerg, at natasja.vanderberg@utoronto.ca. The subject line of the email should read Summer 2017 Course Instructor Application.

Stipend: $7,385.12 (including vacation pay)

For qualifications and duties, please see the job posting.

Positions available:
EAS103H1Y Modern East Asia
EAS105H1Y Modern East Asia
EAS247H1S History of Capitalism in Modern Japan
EAS257H1S Chinese Literature (Song to Qing)
EAS273H1S Modern Chinese Cities
EAS284H1F Modern Chinese Literature
EAS496H1F Advanced Topics in East Asian Studies

* F courses are taught beginning mid-May through the end of June; S courses in July through mid-August; Y courses span mid-May through mid-August
** For course descriptions, please see the Academic Calendar: http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/calendar/
*** For EAS496H1F, applicants should propose as seminar-style course on a topic about which they are developing expertise through their doctoral research. Normally this will be a topic of, or related to, the applicant’s dissertation.

Summer TA positions will be posted at a later date