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Job Opportunities

 

Teaching fellowships available for 2017-18

The Department of Philosophy of Queen’s University requests applications from suitably qualified Philosophy graduate students interested in teaching the following courses as a Teaching Fellow in the upcoming 2017-18 academic year:

(3.0 course load):  Fall Term

PHIL204  Life, Death and Meaning

(level: 2nd year; estimated enrolment: 100; lecture; 2 x 1.5 hour meetings per

week; slot unknown)

 

(3.0 course load):  Winter Term

PHIL276  Critical Perspectives on Social Diversity

(level: 2nd year; estimated enrolment: 100; lecture; 2 x 1.5 hour meetings per

            week; slot unknown)

Both of the above courses will be taught on campus.  Fall term classes begin September 12, 2017 and end December 2, 2017.  Winter term classes begin on January 9, 2018 and end on April 7, 2018. 

 

One of the following two courses may also become available for a Teaching Fellow this upcoming year and we are accepting applications from suitably qualified Philosophy graduate students interested in teaching one of the following:   

(3.0 course load): Fall Term

PHIL 157  Moral Issues

(level: 1st year; estimated enrolment: 125; lecture; 3 x 1 hour meetings per

week; slot unknown)

 

(3.0 course load): Winter Term

PHIL 153  The State and the Citizen

(level: 1st year; estimated enrolment: 125; lecture; 3 x 1 hour meetings per

week; slot unknown)

Please forward a copy of your cover letter, transcript, a curriculum vitae and any relevant documentation you feel would assist your application.  All documentation should be forwarded to Christine Sypnowich, Graduate Coordinator, before May 17, 2017.