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Part-Time Academic – RUSN 2046.03/FILM 2346.03: Eastern European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions – Fall 22′

Job Summary & Key Responsibilities
This Part-Time Academic will be fully responsible for the teaching and grading of one section of RUSN 2046.03/FILM 2346.03: Eastern European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions in the Fall term (September to December 2022).
This online, asynchronous course addresses Eastern European film and related media through the lenses of such topics as political and cultural discourses, postcolonialism, ethnicity, gender, film and media industries, and/or censorship. This position reports to the Chair of the Department of Russian Studies.
All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (, to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at /dept/clt.html.
Qualifications/Requirements of Position
The successful candidate will have preferably earned doctorate or be ABD (All But Dissertation) in Cinema and Media Studies or a related field; or in Russian Studies, Eastern European Studies, or a related field. They will have a proven teaching record or potential for teaching excellence. Experience with teaching in an online environment, especially with asynchronous teaching, is preferred.
Salary Range/Pay Rate
Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information
All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University.
Dalhousie University commits to achieving inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons with a disability, racialized persons, including persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit
Dalhousie’s vaccine mandate has been suspended at this time, and employees no longer need to provide proof of full vaccination. However, health and safety risks to our community will continue to be monitored and a vaccine mandate may be reinstated if necessary.

Posting Detail Information
Term of appointment September to December 2022
Open Date 07/18/2022
Close Date 08/02/2022
Open Until Filled

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Documents Needed to Apply
Cover Letter
Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)


Status:  Full Time
Campus:  Fennell
Hours:  Monday to Friday; between 8:00am and 10:00pm
Rate of Pay:  Commensurate upon qualifications and experience
Pay band:  Not applicable
Posting Date:  June 30th, 2022
Closing Date:  July 22nd, 2022 at 7:00 pm EST


We support and encourage the contributions of our diverse employees. 


Supported by a new strategic plan ( we are committed to nurturing an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment for everyone who learns and works at Mohawk. We believe the rich diversity among our students and the communities we serve should be reflected within our workforce.  As educators we believe it is important to act and show leadership in advancing the principles of equity, diversity and inclusion in our community.


Mohawk College is currently recruiting for our next

Professor, Digital Communication

The Department of Communication and Global Studies in the McKeil School of Business | School of Communication, Creative Industries, & Liberal Studies is currently seeking a qualified professional to join the team as a full-time Professor.

Under the direction of the Associate Dean, the successful applicant will be expected to develop, deliver and revise curricula in collaboration with colleagues and other College departments while fostering an effective learning environment for students and providing academic leadership.

The successful candidate may be required to develop and teach a variety of courses, at the diploma and degree level including, but not limited to, professional writing, multi-platform storytelling, digital communication – laws and ethics, campaigns and consumer culture, and social media history and application. Faculty must be adept at innovative delivery methods so as to provide a meaningful learning environment for students of diverse backgrounds, learning styles and ages.

All candidates selected for an interview will be required to present on a topic related to the position during the interview process.


The duties of this position will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Designing, updating, and delivering a variety of courses which uphold academic quality, college policies and procedures.
  • Creating a positive and engaging learning environment both in the classroom and online which uphold the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI).
  • Providing innovative educational delivery and experiences through the use of on-line educational technology and learning management systems (i.e. MyCanvas), for in-class, online synchronous and online asynchronous delivery.
  • Using a variety of teaching and learning strategies such as Experiential Learning (EL), Universal Design for Learning (UDL), adaptive technology, alternative delivery methodologies.
  • Designing appropriate assessment strategies and tools for facilitating and evaluating student progress and achievement.
  • Participate in department, school, and college-wide activities/tasks as required.
  • Managing the educational environment to facilitate an optimal learning experience and student success.
  • Applying cooperative college values and philosophy in all work activities and interactions with other professors.


The successful candidate will have:

  • A PhD in Digital Communication, Media Studies, Communication & Culture, Media Production, or a related discipline.
  • Two to four years teaching experience at the post-secondary level, in both in-class and online environments, teaching multi-media methodology, communication and social media principles.  
  • Demonstrated ability in web design, audio/video development, multi-media story-telling, digital content creation and other related areas.
  • Proficiency in web design and audio/video development software such as: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WordPress, Adobe Captivate, Articulate 360, VideoScribe, Pow Toon, Camtasia, Animoto, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere.
  • Proven ability at developing digital storytellers who are skilled in writing, visual communication mediums, web applications and social media.
  • Demonstrated skill in the application of adult digital education methodology.
  • Demonstrated ability to relate to learners and provide a positive learning environment to students working at different skill levels including international students, Indigenous students, first-generation students, and students requiring accommodation is an asset.
  • Evidence of demonstrated application of adult learning principles, methodologies, curriculum design, and development.
  • Knowledge and experience with Learning Management Systems to enhance learning.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of an academic team, through the application of strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated commitment and understanding of human rights, equity, diversity and inclusion with the ability to communicate and work effectively inter-culturally with diverse groups of students, employees and the community.
  • Working closely with other stakeholders across the institution to assist in applying curriculum processes while adhering to standards that promote quality and innovation across program areas.
  • Previous experience with instructional design and course/program development is an asset.
  • Demonstrated commitment and understanding of human rights, equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  This would include experience communicating and working effectively with diverse clients and colleagues.

As an equal opportunity employer, Mohawk College endeavours to create an inclusive, barrier free recruitment and selection process for all applicants.  We encourage you to contact the HR department at (905) 575 – 2047 for your accommodation needs.

Mohawk College is strongly committed to diversity within its community.  We welcome applications from racialized persons, women, Indigenous People of North America, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQIA+ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Faculty members hired at Mohawk College must be prepared to teach with a learner-centered approach and to assist in the development and application of alternate delivery methods. They may be assigned to teach classes in-person at any College campus and online.  Teaching may be scheduled to between 8:00am and 10:00pm, Monday to Friday.  Teaching on weekends is also possible.

The successful candidate must have an ability to relate theoretical knowledge and practical applications through innovative delivery methods to provide a meaningful learning environment for students of diverse backgrounds and ages. The ability to work as part of a team and demonstration of excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential.



Please note we are continuing to look for qualified contract instructors for two courses in the Fall 2022 academic term.

As a general rule, the minimum qualification is a Ph.D. in the appropriate field, and previous teaching experience in the subject area at the University level. Terms and conditions of employment are set out in the Collective Agreement between Carleton University and CUPE Local 4600, unit 2.

The modality of this course is determined by the University (in-person, online, or hybrid). If public health restrictions allow, the planned mode of delivery for all FILM courses will be in-person. In the event public health authorities impose public health restrictions, part or all of this course may need to be delivered online as required by the University and as directed by public health authorities. 

The courses for which contract instructors are currently being sought are:

Fall 2022 term (September to December)

FILM 3810 [0.5 credit] Sound in Film and Media

FILM 4201 [0.5 credit] Selected Topics in National Cinema

Further information can be found here: FILM 2022-2023 Job Posting

This posting will close by July 8, 2022.


The Dept. of English & Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University seeks CTF instructors for the following courses.

For more information, including application instructions, click on the title of each course or browse Laurier’s Job Search portal
Applications are due June 29. Questions may be directed to the dept. chair, Dr. Russell Kilbourn, at . 

FS102: Film and the Image

Term: Winter (January 1 – April 30, 2023)

Days/Times: Tues./Thurs. 4:00 – 5:20 pm

Anticipated Class Size: 60

Summary: An introduction to the analysis of the film image, with emphasis on the role of visual style (mise-en-scène, editing, cinematography) in relation to cinema’s various historical, cultural, and technological contexts. NOTE: screenings are run outside of class time.


FS234: Hollywood Auteurs

Term: Winter (January 1 – April 30, 2023)

Days/Times: Mon./Wed. 2:30 – 3:50 pm

Anticipated Class Size: 55

Summary: A study of the development of the themes and techniques in the work of at least three major film directors whose work is or was produced primarily within Hollywood. Special consideration will be given to directors who have been lauded as auteurs despite working within the collaborative environment of the Hollywood industry. Filmmakers to be studied may include Howard Hawks, John Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg, and Kathryn Bigelow. NOTE: screenings are run outside of class time.


FS251: Film Comedy

Term: Fall (September 1 – December 31, 2022)

Days/Times: Tues./Thurs. 5:30 – 6:50 pm

Anticipated Class Size: 55

Summary: A study of film comedies and comedy genres in the silent and sound eras, with special attention to American and European cinemas. NOTE: screenings are run outside of class time.


FS309L: Film and Digital Technology

Term: Fall (September 1 – December 31, 2022)

Days/Times:  Mon./Wed. 8:30 – 9:50 am

Anticipated Class Size: 50

Summary: A survey of the use of digital technologies in the production, distribution, and exhibition of global cinemas. Topics may include digital cinematography, special effects, and streaming platforms. NOTE: screenings are run outside of class time.


The Institute of Theater, Film and Media Studies of the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main offers at the Research Training Group “Configurations of Film” a position as a Post-Doc position (E13 TV-G-U) in the time frame: September 1 st, 2022 – June 30th , 2026.

The salary grade is based on the job characteristics of the collective agreement applicable to Goethe University (TV-G-U).

The Research Training Group “Configurations of Film” funded by the German Research Foundation studies the current transformations of media culture with a focus on moving images in the areas of its usages, its formations and its locations. The program combines historical with theoretical perspectives and analyzes a wide variety of different configurations of films outside and beyond the classical dispositif of cinema.

The Post-Doc scholars will pursue their own research related to the program’s research areas. They will oversee working groups with the Ph.D. candidates and will be involved in the planning and realization of the group’s study program. The work in the Research Training Group necessitates a residency in Frankfurt.

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in film studies or media studies or in a related field. Excellent written and spoken command of English is required. Applicants whose first language is not German must demonstrate proficiency in German; operating languages are English as well as German.

Applications should include a letter of motivation, CV, copies of degrees and diplomas, a two- to three-pages abstract of the current research project, and a bibliography. The abstract should identify the relation of the project to the research areas of the program. It should also include information about the current status of the project and a time frame.

International scholars are strongly encouraged to apply.

We are committed to promoting the careers of underrepresented applicants. Women, individuals with disabilities, as well as applicants of underrepresented sexual orientations, socioeconomic classes and minority groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Applications should be submitted electronically (in PDF form) to by July 7th, 2022. Applications should be addressed to the director of the program, Prof. Dr. Vinzenz Hediger, Institut für Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft, Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1, 60323 Frankfurt a. M.

For more information on the program:



Archive/Counter-Archive and Public Journal are pleased to announce a competition for a one-year MITACs Accelerate Postdoctoral Fellowship position hosted by York University and Public Access Journal of interdisciplinary art.

Archive/Counter-Archive: Activating Canada’s Moving Images Heritage is a six-year SSHRC Partnership Grant dedicated to researching and remediating audiovisual archives created by women, Indigenous Peoples, the LGBTQ2+ community and immigrant communities. Political, resistant, and community-based, counter-archives disrupt conventional narratives and enrich our histories. The project’s research is committed to finding solutions for safekeeping Canada’s audiovisual heritage. We seek to research and remediate audiovisual heritage that is most vulnerable to disappearance and inaccessibility, fostering a community and network dedicated to creating best practices and cultural policies.

PUBLIC is an interdisciplinary journal with a core focus on visual art. It strives to be an accessible, smart and beautiful journal about art with the timeliness and visual interest of a magazine, but the longevity of a book. PUBLIC maintains an enduring and esteemed profile in the periodicals market with its demonstrated commitment to publishing works, both written and visual, that are innovative and challenging, forward-thinking and critical, and engage both internationally and locally inflected perspectives. The journal devotes each 180+ – page, perfect-bound semi-color issue to a contemporary problem or theme and features content that combines critical writing, rich illustration throughout, and artist portfolios. PUBLIC stands apart from other publications by being conceived as a hybrid intellectual and creative forum that investigates how theoretical and critical issues intersect with art and public culture.


MITACs is a national, not-for-profit organization that builds partnerships between academia and industry. MITACs Postdoctoral Fellowships bring academic expertise into a partner organization, working on a specific project related to your area of research.


About the Research

The successful candidate is expected to focus on research into emerging hybrid media publication platforms that integrate print and online media in creative, engaging and critical ways.  A focus on Knowledge Mobilization for Archive/Counter-Archive’s case studies, working group outputs and artist residencies will be the primary means for testing content through diverse social media platforms and interfaces. Research outcomes will directly inform the future publishing practices of Public as the journal evolves with online readership and engagement.

We invite applications from, in particular, interdisciplinary scholars who have earned a doctorate in communications, media studies, archival or information studies, digital media, or art history, and have expertise in such fields such as creative publishing, online outreach/engagement, communications, and digital media design. The position requires that the candidate has strong skills and experience in research creation, knowledge translation, community arts engagement, and familiarity with social media, video hosting and marketing platforms. An understanding of open-source web content management systems is an asset. Required soft skills include outstanding writing and communication skills, a strong collaborative working style, good time management, and adaptability.

This postdoc position will include opportunities to produce publications, participate in conference presentations and directly contribute to content design for Archive/Counter-Archive’s hybrid publications. It is expected that the candidate will divide their time between York University and Public, also housed at York University’s campus.


The MITACs Postdoc will receive an annual salary of $45,000.00 office space at York University, use of a computer and full access to York University Libraries. They will be supervised by Professor Michael Zryd in the Department of Cinema and Media Arts and will work closely with Public’s Editorial Board.

Duration: One year, with a possible 1-year renewal.

Candidates must have defended their dissertation by May 1st 2022.  (This is a firm deadline)

Applications are due Monday May 13, 2021 at 5:00PM EST.

The position will begin in June  2022.

How to apply

Applicants should forward a cover letter, a brief research statement (maximum 1 page), curriculum vitae, as well as the names of three academic references in one PDF document to Dr. Antoine Damiens, Archive/Counter-Archive Project Manager at

All correspondence should be addressed to:

Professor Janine Marchessault

c/o Dr. Antoine Damiens,  Project Manager

SSHRC Partnership Grant, Archive/Counter-Archive

YORK UNIVERSITY | 2001F  Victor  Phillip  Dahdaleh  Building 4700  Keele  Street ·  Toronto  ON  ·  Canada  ·  M3J 1P3


Sheridan is looking for an outstanding individual to join our faculty team in the Bachelor of Film and Television program. The four-year degree program offers students a comprehensive set of studio-based learning and critical thinking/writing skills, as well as knowledge of the Canadian film and television industries. The successful candidate will be skilled at instructing students in a variety of areas related to film, TV, and related platforms.

What You’ll be Doing

  • Ensuring that program and course curricula are current, relevant, and reflective of best practices within the relevant professional/program disciplines
  • Defining, evaluating, and validating learning outcomes for courses and programs
    Creating an effective environment for applied learning which accommodates students’ diverse cultural and educational backgrounds, experiences and learning styles
  • Designing appropriate strategies and tools for facilitating and assessing student learning that are invitational and reflective of best practices in teaching and learning
  • Developing appropriate strategies and tools to assess student performance that are consistent with the learning outcomes of the course and address multiple learning styles
  • Developing multi-media materials and alternative delivery strategies, and incorporating appropriate educational technologies into the applied learning process.

About You

You have the skills and knowledge to work with an increasingly diverse student and staff population as well as a proven commitment to anti-oppression, equity, and inclusion. 

You are committed to excellence in teaching and learning within a collaborative team environment. 

You can strategically incorporate your film and television and related experience into the learning environment. 

You have a demonstrated ability to convey the conceptual and applied aspects of knowledge to a broad range of students.  

You bring a large network of contacts with professionals, organizations, and industr

The successful candidate will also meet the following qualifications:

  • Masters degree in Film Studies, Communication Studies or a related field preferred
  • Some related professional studio experience 
  • Knowledge and experience in African and/or Black Diaspora Cinemas, or Indigenous Media, is an asset
  • Experience in teaching and curriculum development at the post-secondary level. 
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills.
  • Committed to excellence in teaching and learning and to working within a team environment.

Who We Are


Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD) is Canada’s largest art school. Internationally recognized for our outstanding programs, we train performers, animators, filmmakers, designers and artists like you to realize the full potential of their talents. FAAD embraces equity, diversity and inclusion for all its community members, including learners, instructors, and staff, and recognizes and aims to reconcile historic and systemic barriers. This is an integral part of FAAD’s charter of values.  

Sheridan faculty provide academic leadership to programs and courses within their areas of expertise and contribute to the creation of a learning-centered environment where students can develop to their full potential. They also contribute to College, Faculty, and Program excellence by collaborating on a variety of initiatives such as new program development, applied research, and alternative curriculum delivery strategies.

Every member of the Sheridan community is passionate about the transformational role we play in people’s lives. Our strategic plan, Sheridan 2024: Galvanizing Education for a Complex World (, charts a path towards a new ground-breaking model of higher education that reshapes post-secondary education and better prepares students for the future. We are committed to demonstrably advancing equity, diversity and inclusivity.  Diversity is our strength and fuels our commitment to excellence.  Across our campuses, we’re making meaningful strides towards developing an equitable and inclusive community.

Other Details

Faculty/Department: Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design 
Campus Location:  Trafalgar (may be assigned activities at any Sheridan campus) once normal campus operations resume. (The position may be a hybrid of in person and remote delivery).  
Employee Group: Academic 
Hours: Professors may teach between the hours of 8:00am to 10:00pm 
Start Date: August 22, 2022
Salary Range: $67,221 – $116,532 (Based on relevant educational qualifications and experience) 
Application Deadline: April 15, 2022

Consideration will be given to qualified internal full-time academic and partial-load employees first in accordance with the Collective Agreement requirements. 

Sheridan is deeply committed to implementing the Calls to Action framed by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. We acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, Anishinaabe Nation, Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Sheridan is situated on these lands, and it is our collective responsibility to honour and respect those who have gone before us, those who are here, and those who have yet to come. We are grateful for the opportunity to be working on this land.

Sheridan seeks applicants who embrace our values of equity, anti-racism, and inclusion. Sheridan values the diverse and intersectional identities of its students, faculty, and staff. Sheridan regards equity and diversity as an integral part of academic excellence and is committed to accessibility for all employees. Per Section 14 of the Ontario Human Rights Code¸ post-secondary institutions such as Sheridan may implement “special programs” to address historical disadvantage for Code-protected groups.  This hiring initiative is a special program designed to achieve equal opportunity, respond to under-representation of groups, promote substantive equality, and eliminate discrimination.  As such, Sheridan seeks qualified candidates who self-identify as members of the Indigenous and Black communities.

Sheridan is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. If you have any application, interview, or workplace accommodation requests, please contact Human Resources.

You may be asked to provide copies of your educational credentials at the time of interview. Upon hire, we require official confirmation of educational credentials and Canadian equivalency assessments, if applicable.

Lecturer – Department of Film

The Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance at the University of Regina invites applications for a 12-month term appointment in Film Production at the rank of Lecturer to commence on July 1, 2022.

Applicants must hold an MFA in Film/Media Production, possess teaching experience (post-secondary preferred), and have an active creative practice. The successful candidate will teach a range of undergraduate courses in any combination of dramatic film, darkroom photography, animation, documentary film, experimental film, audio production, and screenwriting.

The University of Regina is located in the heart of a vibrant, and increasingly diverse, mid-sized city in the centre of the beautiful Canadian prairies on Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6, the territories of the Nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda peoples, and the traditional homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

Situated on Treaty Four land, the Department of Film at the University of Regina is the only university department between the Great Lakes and Vancouver to offer a BFA degree in Film Production. We also offer MFA and MA programs and BA and BA Honours degrees in Film Studies. The Department of Film is dedicated to teaching film in an interdisciplinary environment within the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance.

The University has a student population of 16,000+ and is home to 10 faculties, including a multitude of academic departments and program areas. These units have established national and international reputations for excellence and innovative programs leading to bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. The University has three federated colleges: First Nations University of Canada, Campion College, and Luther College. Our colleges bring further excellence and diversity to the educational experiences we offer.

With a faculty complement of 35 full-time professors, including some of the most celebrated contemporary artists in the country, the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance enjoys a long-standing reputation as one of Western Canada’s foremost environments for artistic research at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Emphasizing the importance of studio production and theory, we offer BA, BFA, BMus, MMus, MA, MFA, and an Interdisciplinary Studies PhD in Media and Artistic Practices. MAP has numerous international partnership universities, with many innovative mobility initiatives for both faculty and students in Mexico City and the UK, among other locations. MAP is now home to a new Canada Research Chair in Socially Engaged Theatre (Tier II) and the SaskPower Chair in Cultural Heritage.

The University of Regina is strongly committed to employment equity within its communities and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff.

Applicants should submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, all post-secondary transcripts (unofficial), a statement of teaching philosophy and dossier, portfolio of recent work, and contact information of three referees. This information must be submitted by selecting the icon “Apply for this job” above this posting.

Position Requirements

Applicants must possess an MFA in Film/Media Production, possess teaching experience (post-secondary preferred), and have an active creative practice. The successful candidate will teach a range of undergraduate courses in any combination of dramatic film, darkroom photography, animation, documentary film, experimental film, audio production, and screenwriting.

Special Application Instructions:

Applicants are asked to provide:

  1. The name, position, and contact information (e-mail and phone number) for three referees. This information should be uploaded under the heading “Reference Contact Information”. The University will request reference letters from the referees of short-listed applicants.
  2. An outline of their Teaching Philosophy and dossier which is to be uploaded under the heading of “Teaching Philosophy”.
  3. A Statement of Creative and/or Scholarly Practice describing past, current, and future research accomplishments and goals. Upload this information under the heading “Research Interests/Projects”.
  4. A portfolio of recent research or other creative or commercial work applicable to this position are required. Applicants can provide links of creative work to a website, streaming platform with a password (YouTube, Vimeo), and/or file sharing platform (i.e. Dropbox)
  5. Copies of all of the applicant’s post-secondary Transcripts can be uploaded under the heading “Unofficial Transcripts”.


Competition Number: 20220033A/S

Contact Information

If you require further information regarding this competition, contact the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance as follows:

Please use the subject line “Lecturer – Film Production” and address your e-mail to: Frank Hanta  (

To pursue to exceptional opportunity, please visit

Limited Term Appointment, Assistant Professor, Film Studies
St. Catharines, Main Campus


This position is part of the BUFA (Employee Group)


Careers are Built at Brock.

As a Top Employer in Hamilton-Niagara, Brock University offers unique opportunities in leadership, teaching, research, student support services, and administration. We have a history of developing the strength and career potential of our employees.


We are on the cusp of something new and exciting. We are launching into our next 50 years and are looking for people with passion, energy, and a strong desire to help our students achieve their goals.


Experience Brock, experience success.

Post End Date: March 25, 2022

Note to all candidates: This posting will close at 12:01 am on the date listed .


About Brock University

Brock University is located on the Traditional Territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples. This Territory is covered by the One Dish One Spoon Wampum Agreement and the Upper Canada Treaties. We express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working with Indigenous people. In all that we do, Brock University strives to honour and support the Indigenous peoples of whose Traditional Territory Brock University is located. Our commitment to Reconciliation and Decolonization are one of four strategic priorities of Brock’s 2018-2025 Strategic Plan. These priorities include fostering a culture of inclusivity, accessibility, reconciliation and decolonization. At Brock, “we believe that a diverse and welcoming learning community is built upon the foundation of exceptional students, faculty, staff and alumni. This requires that Brock be attractive and welcoming to people of all identities and accepting of the unique histories and experiences of Indigenous people within the Canadian state.”


The Brock University experience is second to none in Canada. Located in historic Niagara region, Brock offers all the benefits of a young and modern university in a safe, community-minded city, with beautiful natural surroundings. With over 19,000 students and more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in seven diverse Faculties, Brock excels at providing exceptional experiential learning opportunities and highly rated student and campus life experiences.


Our Geography

Brock University’s main campus is situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, within a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, overlooking the city of St. Catharines, in the heart of Niagara wine country. The Niagara region is dotted with landmarks that recognize our nation’s history and features breathtaking natural beauty and world-famous attractions. St. Catharines is home to vibrant arts and entertainment venues, and is a short drive from Toronto, Niagara Falls, and Buffalo, New York. With one of the warmest climates in Canada, clean, safe communities, and surprisingly affordable real estate, Niagara is an exceptional location to call home.

What We Offer

Brock University offers competitive salary and benefits and support for research. Research resources include conference support, start-up funding, subscriptions to major databases and access to various research funding vehicles.  For candidates considering relocation, moving expenses will be administered according to the Faculty Association Collective Agreement.

About the position

The Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film at Brock University invites applications for a one-year Limited Term Appointment (LTA) in Film Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2022. This position is subject to final budgetary approval.

The Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film offers four interdisciplinary undergraduate programs—Business Communication, Media & Communication, Popular Culture, and Film Studies—and is home to over 700 students.  The Film Studies program is one of the oldest and most storied in Canada.



The successful candidate must have a PhD in film studies, or a related discipline. The successful candidate will be required to teach four half courses—FILM 2P91 – Early Film Theory and FILM 2P99 – Film History II, plus two additional courses drawn from the following list:


FILM 2P94 – Popular Cinema

FILM 3P20 – Television Studies

FILM 3P21 – Canadian Television

FILM 3P56 – Issues in Canadian Cinema

FILM 3P97 – Gender in Cinema Pre-1960s

FILM 4P31 – Theories of the Visible


Teaching experience and range are both of the essence for this position.  Specific course assignments may vary in accordance with shifting staffing needs, and the successful candidates specific areas of strength.  It should be noted that this position will require in-person instruction (Brock University and provincial and regional public health policies permitting).



The closing date for the position is 12:01am on March 25, 2022. The last business day to apply is March 24, 2022. Applications should be submitted electronically via the online application system and include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a teaching dossier (including relevant course outlines, course evaluations, and a statement of teaching philosophy). Applicants should arrange for 2 confidential academic references to be sent to Dr. Anthony Kinik in the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film (at before the closing date.

Our Commitment

Brock University is actively committed to diversity and the principles of employment equity and invites applications from all qualified candidates. Women, Aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities, people with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons are encouraged to apply and to voluntarily self-identify as a member of a designated group as part of their application. LGBTQ is an umbrella category and shall be read to include two-spirited people. Candidates who wish to be considered as a member of one or more designated groups can fill out the Self-Identification questions included in the questionnaire at the time of application.

Please note that Brock University requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if they are working on campus and/or in-person with other employees, students or members of the public. As a condition of being hired, employees in these types of roles will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, or provide proof of a bona fide medical or Human Rights Code exemption.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

We will accommodate the needs of the applicants and the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the selection process, as outlined in the Employee Accommodation Policy Please advise:  to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated through this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.


We appreciate all applications received; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  

At this time, initial interviews will be conducted virtually.

Learn more about Brock University by visiting 




Term Adjunct: Animation

Department of Film and Media

Queen’s University, Kingston, ON CAN K7L 3N6


The Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for a two-year Term Adjunct position in Animation. The candidate would teach the equivalent of two 3-unit courses per term and be remunerated on a course-by-course basis. The candidate would also be expected to perform departmental service and will be remunerated separately for this service. Term Adjuncts are remunerated for teaching and service only. 


The courses to be taught are part of a proposed Certificate in Animation Theory and Practice, which is envisioned as a uniquely interdisciplinary program that embraces hybrid, experimental approaches to the art form and encourages innovative reading and analysis of animated media. Potential courses include a second year Introduction to Animation course, a third-year option in Advanced Animation Production, and a fourth-year course which the successful candidate may propose in their area of specialisation. The successful candidate must have an active, public-facing creative practice with evidence of critical engagement with animation history and/or theory. Candidates must have a terminal degree (MFA or PhD) in either Animation, Animation Studies, Media Arts, Media Studies, Visual Arts, Art History, Digital Media, Studio Arts, Film Studies, Communications Studies, or an adjacent field. Two years of teaching experience at the college or university level is preferred. The Department is interested in candidates with a strong teaching profile and the ability to integrate theory and practice in their teaching. 


The Department of Film and Media has an outstanding reputation of strong teaching and scholarship, with a 50-year history of commitment to the intersection of theory and practice. The Department is housed in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, a state-of-the-art facility with teaching and learning environments including a production studio, film screening theatre, sound recording studio, and a digital lab. The Department of Film and Media has collaborations with the School of Computing with the Computing and the Creative Arts program, and with the Dan School of Music and Drama in the Media and Performance Production program. The Department is also home to the Vulnerable Media Lab, which engages in remediation of obsolete moving image platforms.


The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Queen’s is strongly committed to employment equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace and encourages applications from Black, racialized/visible minority and Indigenous/Aboriginal people, women, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ+ persons. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.


The University will provide support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation during this process, please contact: Departmental Administrator 613 533-6000 #77013


The academic staff at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement between the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA) and the University, which is posted at


To comply with Federal laws, the University is obliged to gather statistical information about how many applicants for each job vacancy are Canadian citizens / permanent residents of Canada.  Applicants need not identify their country of origin or citizenship, however, all applications must include one of the following statements: “I am a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”; OR, “I am not a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”. Applications that do not include this information will be deemed incomplete.


Applications should include a letter of intent, current curriculum vitae, the contact details for two (2) referees, a dossier of their creative practice, and a teaching dossier including a proposed syllabus for a course in the area of animation practice and/or theory, available course evaluations, and any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.  Please arrange to have applications sent by email only directly to:


Scott MacKenzie, Head 

Department of Film and Media

Queen’s University


Applications will be received until March 10, 2022.  Review of applications will commence shortly thereafter, and the final appointment is subject to budgetary approval.  Additional information about the Department of Film and Media can be found at