The Duke University Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies will soon be inviting applications for a residential postdoctoral fellow for the 2017-18 year.
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Open: We are seeking a Graduate TA for Spring term 2017; the course meets Tue-Thurs, 10:05-11:20, on East Campus. Applications being reviewed now. See the Graduate Student, employment opportunities page for detail.
We will be reviewing applications to teach "Gender in Everyday Life" in Spring 2016. The assignment is competitive.
Consult our employment opportunities for graduate students page for more details and updates. For further information, please contact Kim Carlisle, .
We will be issuing calls for Grad TAs, Grad RAs, and Instructors for the next 2017-18 year. teach undergraduate Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies courses in the 2016-2017 year. These positions are open to all doctoral students with preference given to students enrolled in the Certificate in Feminist Studies or Graduate Scholars Colloquium. Masters and MFA students may be eligible as well.
For further information, see our graduate employment opportunity page or contact Kim Carlisle, .