[Ausschreibungsdienst_Kai_Brodersen] Carleton (Ottowa): 2 x Instructor (Greek / Roman Studies, 2 years each)

Kai Brodersen kai.brodersen at uni-erfurt.de
Thu Apr 13 10:06:45 CEST 2017


About the position: The Greek and Roman Studies program at Carleton 
University invites applications for a two-year appointment at the rank 
of Instructor in the ancient Greek world to begin July 1, 2017.

Qualifications: We seek an outstanding scholar with a PhD in Classics 
and demonstrable excellence in teaching. The area of specialization is 
open, but preference may be given to candidates who work in the 
Hellenistic period. The successful candidate will be expected to teach a 
3.5 full-course equivalent teaching load. Teaching responsibilities will 
include ancient Greek language, Greek civilization, and possibly the 
development of a course in medical/scientific terminology; however, the 
appointee will also have the opportunity to develop an advanced topics 
course in his or her area of expertise.

About the academic unit: Greek and Roman Studies is housed in the 
College of the Humanities together with the Bachelor of Humanities 
program and the program in Religion. GRS offers a B.A. and minors in 
Greek and Roman Studies and Archaeology. The program is home to five 
faculty members and 65 majors. For more information on the program and 
the College, please see https://carleton.ca/chum/

Application instructions: A letter of application, a complete CV, a 
statement of teaching philosophy, and evidence of excellence in teaching 
should be sent electronically as one single PDF file to:

Dr. Shane Hawkins Director of the College of the Humanities, 
shane.hawkins at carleton.ca

In addition, candidates should arrange for three letters of reference to 
be sent under separate cover. Candidates should be available for either 
on-campus or Skype-interviews. Applications will be reviewed starting 
May 12 and continue until the position is filled.

For more information about this position and the university, please see: 
https://carleton.ca/provost/wp-content/uploads/Humanities-Greek-Studies-Instructor-2-year-Term.docx.pdf

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The Greek and Roman Studies program at Carleton University invites 
applications for a two-year appointment at the rank of Instructor in an 
area of Roman Studies to begin July 1, 2017.

Qualifications: We seek an outstanding scholar with a PhD in Classics 
and demonstrable excellence in teaching. The area of specialization is 
open, but preference may be given to candidates who engage with some 
facet of Roman social history. The successful candidate will be expected 
to teach a 3.5 full-course equivalent teaching load. Teaching 
responsibilities will include Latin and a wide range of courses in Roman 
civilization and material culture, and possibly the development of a 
course in medical/scientific terminology; however, the appointee will 
also have the opportunity to develop an advanced topic course in his or 
her area of expertise.

About the academic unit: Greek and Roman Studies is housed in the 
College of the Humanities together with the Bachelor of Humanities 
program and the program in Religion. GRS offers a B.A. and minors in 
Greek and Roman Studies and Archaeology. The program is home to five 
faculty members and 65 majors. For more information on the program and 
the College, please see https://carleton.ca/chum/

Application instructions: A letter of application, a complete CV, a 
statement of teaching philosophy, and evidence of excellence in teaching 
should be sent electronically as one single PDF file to:

Dr. Shane Hawkins Director of the College of the Humanities, 
shane.hawkins at carleton.ca

In addition, candidates should arrange for three letters of reference to 
be sent under separate cover. Candidates should be available for either 
on-campus or Skype-interviews. Applications will be reviewed starting 
May 12 and continue until the position is filled.

For more information about this position and the university, please see: 
https://carleton.ca/provost/wp-content/uploads/Humanities-Roman-Studies-Instructor-2-year-Term.pdf


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