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Sessional tutors in Italian, University of Sydney

Usyd_new_logoThe School of Languages and Cultures (SLC) at the University of Sydney currently has opportunities available for sessional tutors in several languages including Italian. The School offers a wide range of language and culture studies and is currently looking for motivated teaching staff who are interested in casual work during semester. The general eligibility criteria can be found here. Applicants for Italian Studies should forward their cv along with a cover letter addressing the criteria to Giorgia Alù.


Cassamarca Lectureship at the University of Melbourne

UniMelbLogo CleanerThe School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne is seeking to appoint a Cassamarca Lecturer (Level B) in Italian Studies for a three-year fixed-term position to consolidate and further develop the School’s teaching and research programs. The Italian discipline teaches a broad suite of undergraduate and graduate courses, maintains a vigorous research higher degree culture, and has an internationally-recognised research profile. It contributes to interdisciplinary teaching within the School, the Faculty of Arts and the University. The successful applicant is expected to contribute to overall teaching and research excellence within the Italian Program. S/he will be expected to develop, teach and coordinate Italian and European Studies subjects and to enhance the visibility of Italian Studies program at the University of Melbourne and interact across disciplines within the School.

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Position in Italian Studies at the University of Melbourne

UniMelbLogo CleanerThe University of Melbourne is advertising a 4-year fixed term position at Lecturer B level in Italian Studies to replace Andrea Rizzi who has been awarded a Future Fellowship to work on his project The Power of the Translator: a New History of Cultural Change and Communication. The full details of the position can be found HERE. The deadline for applications is 20 November 2014.