This course will examine the role of the body in comedic cinema, paying particular attention to the relationship between disgust and laughter and the role that gender, race, class, and sexuality play in gross-out comedy. The Course Instructor will devise the syllabus for this particular course, conferring with the Director of CSI in the process. He or she will lecture/conduct classes, grade assignments, hold office hours each week, and answer questions by email or appointment.
Required: MA in Cinema/Film; at least 3 years of experience teaching cinema and media at the university level, specifically film and media analysis; and, at least 3 years of experience marking undergraduate essays in cinema. Preferred: scholarly concentration in film and popular culture beyond a Masters level.
- Cinema Studies Institute
- Course ID
- St. George
- $8,058 inclusive of vacation pay
- Course Enrollment
- Dates of Appointment
- July 01, 2019 - August 31, 2019
- Number of Positions
- Class Schedule
- Monday, 12-4 pm, and Wednesday, 12-4 pm
- How to Apply
- Those interested should email a cover letter, curriculum vitae (by Word attachment) and teaching evaluations (if applicable) to: Joyce Hahn, Chief Administrative Officer, Innis College, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto, ON, M5S 1J5 (HR.firstname.lastname@example.org)