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Sessional Lecturer - EAS394H1S - Film Culture in Contemporary China (BB-925F3)

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Description: Course number and title: EAS394H1S - Film Culture in Contemporary China Course description: This course discusses documentary film and DV culture in contemporary China as forms of cultural, communal, and political practices. We focus on films and videos that seek to address important global issues such as peace, environment, and climate change in cross-media approach and in personal tone. We ask: What new tendencies are there in the films and videos? Where can we trace them back to? What fresh possibilities do they bring forth to our aesthetic and public life?Estimated course enrolment: 45 students Estimated TA support: N/A Class schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 pm – 10 pm *Please note, the delivery method for this course is Online - Synchronous. Sessional dates of appointment: July 1, 2021 – August 31, 2021 Salary: Sessional Lecturer I: $8,489.67 Sessional Lecturer I, Long Term: $8,869.25 Sessional Lecturer II: $9,085.58 Sessional Lecturer III: $9,301.90 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. Minimum qualifications: Completed PhD required with significant graduate work, and ongoing academic development in the field. Preferred qualifications: Teaching experience at the university level preferred with evidence of superior teaching evaluations; experience teaching online preferred. Description of duties: Preparing lesson plans and lectures; delivering lectures; developing and administering grading, course assignments, tests, and exams; and providing scheduled office hours for academic counselling of students. Application instructions: Applicants must submit a detailed letter of application; an updated curriculum vitae; evidence of teaching in the relevant area, including student evaluations if available; and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form located here: , by email with the subject line “Sessional Lecturer Application” to: Following the closing date of the posting, selected applicants may be asked to submit an abridged syllabus. Applicants will have up to one week to submit the outline.

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