ARTH 207 – Introduction Early Modern Art 1400-1700.

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Job Type: PartTime

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ARTH 207 – Introduction Early Modern Art 1400-1700. (3 credits – CRN 1177)


Salary: $9,625.00


Teaching Qualification Requirements (TQRs):


•    Ph.D. or ABD Ph.D. candidate in Art History. 
•    Some teaching experience in Art History is an asset, as well as major training and research in the art of China, Korea, or Japan in the historical perspective at PhD-level.

Schedule:
•    January 4 to April 13, 2023
•    Wednesday and Friday from 02:35 pm – 03:55 pm


Hiring Unit:


Art History and Communication Studies


Course Title:


Introduction Early to Modern Art 1400-1700


Subject Code:


ARTH 207


Location:



Schedule:


Wednesday and Friday from 02:35 pm – 03:55 pm


Deadline to Apply:


2022-10-14


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