Quebec Studies Priority List

There are currently no positions available. What follows is a posting from last year.

Course Lecturer - QCST 440

Course Lecturers have signed their first Collective Agreement on 30 October 2015, available here.

Please note that given the current circumstances, the fall course will be taught remotely/online. The course lecturer will be required to prepare and deliver teaching material suited to a remote/online teaching environment using a virtual learning platform [e.g., Zoom, WebEx] and the McGill MyCourses learning management system. Training and assistance on remote teaching is available through Teaching and Learning Services.

Posting period: October 1 - 11, 2020

Deadline to Apply: October 11, 2020

Salary: $8220/course (including vacation pay).

The Quebec Studies program is inviting applications to teach a course in winter 2021.

Applications will be ranked according to the collective agreement between McGill University and the MCLIU. Preference will be given to the qualified applicant with the most priority points.

McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

For any questions, please contact : Stephan.gervais [at]

To apply: Candidates are requested to submit their application by email, in a single PDF document, to the attention of the following individuals:

- Prof. Daniel Béland (daniel.beland [at]

- Mr Stéphan Gervais, Scientific Coordinator of Quebec Studies (stephan.gervais [at]

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Education: PhD or ABD in Quebec History or related field required. Expertise in history of Quebec preferred
Experience: Teaching experience in related coursework at the university level preferred.
Other: Recognized disciplinary expertise related to Quebec studies;
Teaching experience at the undergraduate level;
Ability to integrate multidisciplinary content in Quebec Studies;
Ability to promote the benefits of the Minor in Quebec Studies program;
Ability to integrate speakers from various sectors and backgrounds;
Ability to communicate in a clear and accessible manner;
Ability to put students at the heart of the teaching process.
Ability to integrate a community engagement learning process into the evaluation methods.

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