TA and Co-Teaching Opportunities

Teaching assistantships are available in the program’s core sequence, as well as other regular courses.

Advanced graduate students and faculty can co-teach in the program’s core sequence or collaborate on the development of a new human rights course.  Co-teaching offers advanced graduate students the opportunity to refine and deepen their pedagogic skills as they begin to enter the job market. Graduate students who co-teach are considered one of the instructors of record and receive a stipend of $5,000. 

Graduate students and faculty interested in co-teaching should consult with the PFCHR’s Faculty Director, Mark Bradley.

2015-2016 Teaching Assistantships

We are currently recruiting for teaching assistants for the following courses for the 2015-2016 year. This list will be updated regularly with new opportunities.
You may apply for more than one position with the same application.

>> Apply HERE with our online form.

AUTUMN 2015 (see course descriptions here)

Human Rights III: Contemporary Issues in Human Rights
Susan Gzesh, Senior Lecturer in the College; Executive Director, PFCHR
Mon/Wed: 3:00–4:20pm
TA Primary Responsibilities: attend Monday lecture and weekly TA meetings, lead Wednesday discussion group, grade papers
Applications Due: June 15, 2015

Slavery Since Emancipation
Kevin Bales, Autumn 2015 Pozen Visiting Professor; Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation, University of Hull, UK
Tue/Thu: 10:30-11:50am
TA Primary Responsibilities: attend and participate in class sessions, assist with grading, assist with Chalk set-up and maintenance
Preferred Background:  labor issues, Africa, corporate social responsibility,   political science, sociology, or history. Interest in contemporary/historical slavery preferred.
Applications Due: June 15, 2015