Session: Fall/Winter 2016-17 - Emergency Round X - due Jan. 31, 2017

Posted on: Jan 27, 2017

Applications due: Jan 31, 2017

Submit applications on-line to: https://taships.chass.utoronto.ca/ant.

CampusCourse No.Course TitleEnrollment (est.)No. positions (est.) *No. hours (est.)DatesTutorialsDutiesQualifications
STGVirtualAnthropolVirtual Anthropology Coordinator130 hoursFebruary 1, 2017 to April 30, 2017Need to be available Tuesdays 3-5 pm and Thursdays 10 am -12 noon, but will not be required to participate in the tutoriAssist faculty with integrating the use of 3D printing and surface scanning in archaeology and evolutionary anthropology courses (ANT434H1S and ARH312Y1Y). This will involve some independent scanning and 3D printing, but also helping out during tutorials, supporting the TAs and instructors. Experience with virtual anthropological methods, including surface scanning (structured light and /or laser surface scanning), 3D printing (Printrbot fused filament fabrication printers and/or Formlabs Form 2 stereolithographic printer) and 3D visualization (Avizo/Amira, MeshLab). Experience with using these approaches in archaeological or evolutionary anthropological research preferred.
UTMANT214H5SAnthropology of Food and Nutrition3913 at 60hrs each or (2 at 50hrs each + 1 at 80hrs)3 at 60hrs each or (2 at 50hrs each + 1 at 80hrs) = totalling 180 hrsJanuary 2, 2017 - April 30, 2017NoneTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate course in anthropology with a focus clearly related to nutrition and food; a good knowledge of biological aspects of the topic is required, but a strong socio-cultural background in the topic also highly desired. Applicants should be willing to blend knowledge of both evolutionary and sociocultural approaches to human foodways. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs may be given preference. TAs must be available for tests, exams, and meetings on the UTM campus.
UTMANT317H5SArchaeology of Eastern North America39150 hrsJanuary 2, 2017 - April 30, 2017NoneTeaching assist to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in Anthropological Anthropology, with an ability to communicate information clearly. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred, with experience in topics related to the course focus (prehistory of Eastern North America).
UTMANT365H5SMeaning, Self, Society44170 hrsJanuary 2, 2017 - April 30, 2017NoneTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and examinations; consult with students and with supervisor and mark assignments and examinations. Successful applicants will have completed relevant undergraduate and/or graduate courses in sociocultural and/or linguistic anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Relevant experience and background to complement instructor may be preferred.
UTSCANTC31H3SRitual and Religious Action30120 hoursJanuary - April 2017N/ATeaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC as required.Successful applicant must have a general background in ritual theory and debates, at the graduate level. Familiarity with theorists such as Rappaport, Handelman, Connerton, Grimes, etc., would be an asset.
UTSCANTC32H3SPolitical Anthropology30120 hoursJanuary - April 2017N/ATeaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology and ethnography at a high level with a background in Political Anthropology; previous teaching and marking experience preferred.

Notes:

  1. The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

  2. These jobs are posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The Departmental Statement of Policy is available in the Department Office and in the CUPE, local 3902 office.

  3. The position (s) posted above is (are) tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments.

  4. The rates of pay correspond with the current CUPE Agreement and is effective January 1, 2017 as follows:

  5. Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

  6. Although a graduate student’s preference as to the campus location of his/her TA appointment will be taken into account, both the initial TA appointment (CI appointment) and the subsequent appointment obligation related to that appointment may be met through position (s) on any one of the three University of Toronto campuses (UTM, UTSC or St George) in courses in the same discipline as the initial appointment. TAs will only be assigned to courses in fields in which they are or should be qualified to assist.