Summer 2018 Undergraduate Teaching Opportunities

The undergraduate program is requesting applications for the following summer classes.  These classes are listed by the program administering the calls, though programs are encouraged to consider graduate students and career-track faculty from other programs if suitable candidates do not emerge from their own program.

Application instructions, deadlines, and selection criteria are managed by the programs administering the calls.  Please contact the relevant program director for application materials and information. 


Contact: Ander Monson (

201 Intro to Creative Nonfiction – Five-Week First Session, MTWRF 9:00-10:45
209 Intro to Poetry – Five-Week First Session, MTWRF 1:00-2:45
210 Intro to Fiction – Five-Week Second Session, Online


Contact: Jonathan Reinhardt (

355 English Sociolinguistics – Seven-Week Second Session, Online [Filled]


Contact: Tenney Nathanson (

260 Major British Writers – Five-Week First Session, MTWRF, 11:00-12:45PM
280 Introduction to Literature – Five-Week First Session, MTWRF, 3:00-4:45PM
300 Literature and Film – Five-Week First Session, Online
160D2 Nonhuman Subjects – Five-Week Second Session, MTWRF, 9:00-10:45
265 Major American Writers – Five-Week Second Session, MTWRF, 1:00-2:45
280 Introduction to Literature – Five-Week Second Session, Online
373B British and American Literature, Restoration through 19th Century – Five-Week Second Session, Online


For 307, 308, and 313 contact Ann Shivers-McNair (; for all others, contact Damian Baca ( or Susan Miller-Cochran (
Professional and Technical Writing (307, 308, 313) applications are available until Mar. 18th here.  Note: both graduate students and career-track lecturers are invited to apply to PTW classes.

9 Sections of 307 Business Writing
7 Sections of 308 Technical Writing
1 Section of 313 Introduction to Professional and Technical Writing
160D1 Critical Cultural Concepts – Five-Week First Session, Online







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