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The purpose of the position is to undertake the responsibilities in respect of the teaching of Latin, Ancient Culture Studies, Legal Terminology; research in the Focus Area for Ancient Texts; as well as general administration in the School for Ancient Languages and Text Studies.
Junior Lecturer Latin
Position number: P000163
North-West University (Potchefstroom)
Faculty of Theology
School of Ancient Language and Text Studies
Honours Degree in Latin- NQF Level 8
Membership in National Subject Associations
Other competency requirements:
2 years’ experience in lecturing of Latin language courses on NQF levels 4-7
1 year’ experience in lecturing of legal termination on NQF level 5
1 year’ experience in lecturing Ancient Culture courses on NQF level 5-7
1 year of supervision on postgraduate levels (if applicable)
1 year’ experience in teaching of online courses
2 years’ involvement and presentation of paper at relevant national and international subject association
A dynamic personality that can deal with organisational responsibilities and be innovative and creative.
The Department studies the ancient cultures and languages of the Mediterranean and Western Asia and offers modules in Ancient Cultures, Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Greek, Latin and Classical Legal Culture.
Position Type: Permanent
- Undergraduate teaching of Ancient Cultures and Latin or Greek;
- Postgraduate supervision (on Honours and Master’s level);
- Researching topics in Ancient Cultures and/or Latin and/or Greek and publishing research findings;
Join us for the launch of a new translation of selected lyric poems from Catullus by Richard Whitaker and Douglas Reid Skinner. The event will be held via Microsoft Teams on 20th October 2020 from 17h00 to 18h30 (SAST).
From the publisher’s website: ‘This selection of poems from his small extant body of work aims to show how – whether he composes a tender love lyric to his mistress or a boyfriend, an abusive attack on a politician or literary rival, an address to an intimate friend, a vitriolic or obscene satire, or an occasional piece on some small incident of social life – Catullus is deeply engaged with his subject, a writer passionate about his craft, and fully in touch with the centuries of Greek and Roman poetry that came before him.’
The Classics Unit at the University of South Africa is inviting applications for a Junior Lecturer or Lecturer position of one year (renewable for a second year).
The position will entail teaching Ancient History and Classics within the Department, participate in curriculum development, do research in the field of Greco-Roman antiquity (including completing postgraduate qualifications), and perform academic duties relating to the general administration of the discipline within the Department.
· An Honours degree in Classics (Classical Culture, Ancient History or Greek/Latin language/literature).
On Saturday 5 September 2020 Dr Gail Trimble (Trinity College, Oxford) will present a virtual paper to the Association titled ‘How to build a heroine: Catullus’ Ariadne and Virgil’s Dido’
The paper forms part of the Spring Meeting of the Western Cape branch and is hosted by the University of Cape Town. A separate AGM of the Western Cape branch will follow the talk.