Summer and Fall 19 Undergraduate Teaching Opportunities

The undergraduate program is requesting applications for the following 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.  Please be aware that these opportunities may change based upon budget and scheduling factors.

 

___SUMMER 19___

CREATIVE WRITING
Contact: Ander Monson (ander@email.arizona.edu)

201, “Introduction to Writing Creative Nonfiction,” five week 1st, online, cap: 15
209, “Introduction to Writing of Poetry,” five week 2nd, online, cap: 15
210, “Introduction to Writing of Fiction,” five week 1st, online, cap: 15
304, “Intermediate Fiction Writing,” five week 2nd, online, cap 15

 

EAL/SLAT
Contact: Jonathan Reinhardt (jonrein@email.arizona.edu)

255, “Introduction to English Language,” seven week 1st, online, cap: 25
455, “Teaching English as a Second Language,” seven week 2nd, MTWRF, 11:00-12:15, cap: 20

 

LITERATURE
Contact: Lynda Zwinger (lyndaz@email.arizona.edu)

160D2, “Nonhuman Subjects: Monsters, Aliens, Ghosts, and Others,” seven week 1st, online, cap: 25
231, “Shakespeare’s Major Plays,” five week 2nd, MTWRF, 11:00-12:15, cap: 25
265, “Major American Writers,” five week 1st, online, cap: 25
280, “Introduction to Literature,” five week 1st, MTWRF, 1:00-2:45, cap: 25
300, “Literature and Film,” five week 2nd, MTWRF, 1:00-2:45, cap 25
300, “Literature and Film,” seven week 1st, online, cap: 25

 

RCTE
For 307, 308, and 313 contact Ann Shivers-McNair (shiversmcnair@email.arizona.edu); for all others, contact Cristina Ramirez (cristinaramirez@email.arizona.edu)
Professional and Technical Writing (307, 308, 313) applications are available here.  Note: both graduate students and career-track lecturers are invited to apply to PTW classes.

264, “U.S. Popular Culture and the Politics of Representation,” seven week 2nd, online, cap: 25
368, “Topics in Environmental Literature and Rhetoric,” five week 2nd, MTWRF, 1:00-2:15, cap: 25

 

___FALL 19___

CREATIVE WRITING
Contact: Ander Monson (ander@email.arizona.edu)

201-001, “Introduction to Creative Nonfiction,” TR, 11:00-12:15, cap: 20
201-002, “Introduction to Creative Nonfiction,” TR, 12:30-1:45, cap: 20
201-003, “Introduction to Creative Nonfiction,” MW, 11:00-12:15, cap: 20
209-001, “Introduction to the Writing of Poetry,” TR, 11:00-12:15, cap: 20
209-002, “Introduction to the Writing of Poetry,” TR, 12:30-1:45, cap: 20
209-003, “Introduction to the Writing of Poetry,” MW, 12:30-1:45, cap: 20
210-001, “Introduction to the Writing of Fiction,” TR, 2:00-3:15, cap: 20
210-002, “Introduction to the Writing of Fiction,” TR, 3:30-4:45, cap: 20
210-003, “Introduction to the Writing of Fiction,” TR, 5:00-6:15, cap: 20
210-004, “Introduction to the Writing of Fiction,” MW, 3:30-4:45, cap: 20
210-005, “Introduction to the Writing of Fiction,” F, 11:00-1:30, cap: 20

 

EAL
Contact: Jonathan Reinhardt (jonrein@email.arizona.edu)

255, “Introduction to the English Language,” online, 16 week, cap: 35

 

LITERATURE
Contact: Lynda Zwinger (lyndaz@email.arizona.edu)

280, “Introduction to Literature,” TR, 2-3:15, cap: 25
280, “Introduction to Literature,” TR, 3:30-4:45, cap: 25
280, “Introduction to Literature,” MWF, 10:00-10:50, cap: 25
373A (TA), “British and American Literature, Beowulf to 1600,” F, 11:00-11:50 (lecture is MW 12:00-12:50, Dahood), cap: 30
373A (TA), “British and American Literature, Beowulf to 1600,” F, 12:00-12:50 (lecture is MW 12:00-12:50, Dahood), cap: 30
373B (TA), “British and American Literature, Restoration to 19th Century,” F, 10:00-10:50 (lecture is MW 10:00-10:50, S. Brown), cap: 30
373B (TA), “British and American Literature, Restoration to 19th Century,” F, 12:00-12:50 (lecture is MW 10:00-10:50, S. Brown), cap: 30
248B-001A (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 11:00-11:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25
248B-001B (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 1:00-1:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25
248B-001C (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 2:00-2:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25
248B-001D (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 11:00-11:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25
248B-001E (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 1:00-1:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25
248B-001F (TA), “Intro to Fairy Tales,” F, 2:00-2:50 (lecture is MW 11:00-11:50, Bernheimer), cap: 25

 

RCTE
For 307, 308, and 313 contact Ann Shivers-McNair (shiversmcnair@email.arizona.edu); for all others, contact Cristina Ramirez (cristinaramirez@email.arizona.edu)
Professional and Technical Writing (307, 308, 313) applications are available here.  Note: both graduate students and career-track lecturers are invited to apply to PTW classes.

307 Business Writing -- multiple sections
308 Technical Writing -- multiple sections
313 Introduction to Professional and Technical Writing -- multiple sections
340, “Topics in Professional and Technical Writing,” TR, 3:30-4:45, cap: 22

 

 

 

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