Note to Students interested in applying for a TA position in the Comparative Arts & Letters Department:
In order to qualify as a Teaching Assistant, the student MUST have completed the course, attended class regularly and received a high grade.
This department hires TA’s for the following courses:
* 1.Art History 201 / World Civilization to 1500
* 2. Art History 202 / World Civilization Since 1500
* 3. Art History 355 / Contemporary Art
4. Classic Civilization 110 / Introduction to Greek and Roman Literature
5. Classic Civilization 201 / The Classical Tradition 1: Antiquity to the Renaissance
6. Classic Civilization 202 / The Classical Tradition 2: Reformation to Modern
7. Classic Civilization 241 / Greek and Roman Mythology
8. Classic Civilization 246 / Golden Age of Rome
9. Comparative Literature 211 & 212 / Civilization: World Literature 1 & 2
10. Interdisciplinary Humanities 101 / An Introduction to the Humanities
11. Interdisciplinary Humanities 201 / Western Humanities 1: Antiquity to Renaissance
12. Interdisciplinary Humanities 202 / Western Humanities 2: Renaissance to the Present
13. Interdisciplinary Humanities 241 / Humanities of East Asia
14. Interdisciplinary Humanities 260 / Humanities of Latin America
15. Interdisciplinary Humanities 261 / Intro to American Humanities 1: Colonial Era to 1876
16. Interdisciplinary Humanities 262 / Intro American Humanities 2: 1877 to the Present
*TA applicants for ARTHC classes must have completed both ARTHC 201 & 202 and have taken at least three upper division art history courses (300 level or higher) to qualify.
The surest route to successfully landing a Teaching Assistant position is to make contact with the professor with whom you would like to work. When a professor requests a particular student to be their TA, that student is given precedence over all other applicants.
Link to TA application form