Subject coordinators and sessional tutors required for Semester 1, 2016
Subject coordinators and sessional tutors are required for Intensive subjects being taught in Semester 1, 2016
Subject coordinators and sessional tutors are required for Intensive subjects being taught in Semester 1, 2016. Closing date: Monday 14 December, 2015 and Monday 4th January 2016.
Subject coordinators are required for the following subjects to be taught in Semester 1, 2016:
Applications are due by the close of business on Monday 25th January, 2016. Please send all applications via email to Denise Gaffy.
- HIST30004 A History of Sexualities - Position description (365kb pdf)
- HIST30065: USA and the World - Position description (360kb pdf)
Applications are due by the close of business on Monday 14th December, 2016. Please send all applications via email to Hannah Loney.
Applications are due by the close of business on Friday 18th December, 2016. Please send all applications via email to Denise Gaffy.
Sessional tutors for Semester 1, 2016
Sessional tutors are required for subjects being taught in the semester one, 2016. A list of subjects which may require tutors is below.
Please note that tutoring positions are dependent on enrolment numbers which will not be finalized until the commencement of semester. There is no guarantee that tutors will be required in all listed subjects. Please see the standarised position description below.
- Position description
- Casual tutor application form Semester 1, 2016
Applications are due by the close of business on Monday 4th January 2016
- ANCW10001 Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia
- ANCW20015 Classical Mythology
- ANCW20022 Ancient Greece: History and Archaeology
- ANCW30011 Underworld and Afterlife
- ANCW30017 Interpreting the Ancient World
- HIST10007 Medieval, Plague War and Heresy
- HIST10014 The Great War 1914 to1918
- HIST20035 Modern & Contemporary Ireland
- HIST20059 American History: Revolution to WWII
- HIST20060 Total War: World War II
- HIST20065 Rebels and Revolutionaries
- HIST20069 Modern European History 1789 to 1914
- HIST20072 Pirates and their Enemies
- HIST20075 Migrant Nation: Culture and Identity
- HIST30004 A History of Sexualities
- HIST30015 The Modern Middle East
- HIST30064 Controversies in Australian History
- HIST30065 USA and the World: Empire of Liberty?
- HIST30066 Cold War Cultures in Asia
- HIST30068 A History of Violence
- HIST30069 Confucianism, Commerce, Capitalism
- JEWI20007 Modern Israel: Good Bad and Disputed
- MULT10016 Reason
- HPSC10002 Science and Pseudoscience
- HPSC30034 Magic, Reason, New Worlds 1450-1750
- PHIL10002 Philosophy: The Big Questions
- PHIL20001 Science Reason and Reality
- PHIL20008 Ethical Theory
- PHIL20033 The Philosophy of Mind
- PHIL30052 Race and Gender: Philosophical Issues
- UNIB10003 An Ecological History of Humanity
- UNIB10002 Logic: Language and Information
- UNIB20016 Same-Sex Desires: From God to Genes