Pursuant to Article 16 of the CUPE 4600 Unit 2 Collective Agreement, applications are invited from members of the CUPE 4600-2 bargaining unit and other interested persons to teach the following Department of English Language & Literature courses during the 2015/16 Fall/Winter Term:

ENGL 1000 [1.0 credit]: Literature, Genre, Context
An introduction to active literary reading skills, focusing on at least three genres, including poetry, prose, and drama. Attention will be paid to literary, social, historical, and political contexts. This course is writing attentive. Consult English Department website for annual topics.

Precludes additional credit for ENGL 1009ENGL 1100ENGL 1200ENGL 1300ENGL 1400,FYSM 1004.

Lectures three hours a week.

Required Academic Qualifications and Skills: Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in the appropriate discipline.

Teaching Competence: Candidates must demonstrate previous teaching experience in the subject area of introductory English literary studies.

Other Relevant Experience: Candidates should have recent scholarly publications (within the last 5 years) in English literary studies.

ENGL 1100 [0.5 credit]: Literature, Law, and Criminality
An introductory course whose readings focus on the intersections between literature, law, and criminality. Topics will vary. Consult the English Department website for the current topic. In conjunction with ENGL 1010, this course satisfies the first-year English requirement.

Precludes additional credit for ENGL 1000ENGL 1009ENGL 1200ENGL 1300ENGL 1400, and FYSM 1004.

Lectures three hours a week.

Required Academic Qualifications and Skills: Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in the appropriate discipline.  Candidates must demonstrate research experience in the subject area of Law and Criminology within literary studies.

Teaching Competence: Candidates must demonstrate evidence of teaching experience in the subject area of Law and Criminology within literary studies.

Other Relevant Experience: Candidates must have publications in the subject area of Law and Criminology within literary studies.

ENGL 1300 [0.5 credit]: Literature, Psychology and the Mind
An introductory course whose readings focus on the intersections between literature, psychology, and the mind. Topics will vary. Consult the English Department website for the current topic. In conjunction with ENGL 1010, this course satisfies the first-year English requirement.

Precludes additional credit for ENGL 1000ENGL 1009ENGL 1100ENGL 1200ENGL 1400, and FYSM 1004.

Lectures three hours a week.

Required Academic Qualifications and Skills: Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in the appropriate discipline.  Candidates should demonstrate research experience in the subject area of Psychological Approaches to and Psychological Topics in literary studies.

Teaching Competence: Candidates must demonstrate teaching experience in the subject area of Psychological Approaches to and Psychological Topics in literary studies.

Other Relevant Experience: Candidates should have publications in the subject area of Psychological Approaches to and Psychological Topics in literary studies.

Application Procedures and Deadlines:
All applicants must apply to the Department Head in writing and in relation to each course for which they wish to be considered:

Professor Grant Williams
Chair, Department of English Language & Literature
Carleton University
1125 Colonel by Drive, 400 Paterson Hall
Ottawa, ON. K1S 5B6
Grant.Williams@carleton.ca

The deadline for receipt of applications is July 8, 2015
As per Article 15.3 of the current CUPE 4600 Unit 2 Collective Agreement, applicants are required to submit an up to date CV, including a complete listing of all courses taught within the CUPE 4600 Unit 2 bargaining unit at Carleton University.  Candidates who have already contacted the department and submitted a CV recently need only indicate their interest in particular courses.  NOTE that when applying to classes for which they have incumbency, applicants shall not be required to (re)submit documentation beyond their updated CV.

A note to all applicants: As per Articles 16.3-16.4 in the CUPE 4600-2 Collective Agreement, the posted vacancies listed above are first offered to applicants meeting the incumbency criterion. A link to the current CUPE 4600-2 Collective Agreement can be found at the Employment Agreements webpage on the Carleton University Human Resources website (http://carleton.ca/hr/collective-agreements/) and the CUPE 4600-2 website (http://4600.cupe.ca/).   

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