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Job Summary

DUTCH/JUDAIC 351: Anne Frank in Context
 
Seeking a graduate student, preferably one who has experience grading papers for ULWR (although this is not a ULWR class). Familiarity with Holocaust studies, Judaic studies, or Dutch history a plus. There are three short to medium-size papers to be graded (midterm, case study, and final), and once a month there is daily online writing submission to be checked (not graded). The class is projected to have 50-60 students.

Required Qualifications*

Bachelor's degree required,  Prior experience grading papers required

Desired Qualifications*

Master's or candidacy level PhD student preferred in a field related to the course such as Judaic Studies or History,

Prior experience grading papers in a ULWR course highly preferred. 


 

Additional Information

Pay:  $16-$18 per hour depending on experience and qualifications
8 -15 hours per week on average; weekly amount will vary based on assignments; 120 total hours anticipated.
Appointment is for winter term January 3 - April 27, 2018.

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