The College of Wooster invites applications for an assistant professor (tenure track) appointment in Biblical Studies/Early Christianity in the Department of Religious Studies, beginning August 2014. The successful candidate should be a Religious Studies teacher-scholar focused on early Christianity and its related materials and methodologies in Biblical Studies and New Testament. Courses to be taught include an introductory course in Religious Studies-Introduction to the Bible and upper-level courses in Bible and early Christianity. The person may also be asked to teach a course in Global Christianity with a more contemporary focus. The candidate should be sensitive to diversity issues in their research and teaching. The candidate will also be expected to direct and advise Senior Independent Study students and contribute to the College’s First Year Seminar program. Applicants should have completed a Ph.D. in Religious Studies.
Send application letter, c.v., graduate transcripts, reference letters, and other supporting materials (e.g., sample syllabi, scholarly work, brief descriptions of proposed courses) by November 30, 2013. Electronic submission of materials is preferred, to Santha Schuch (email@example.com). Materials may also be sent to: American Religions Search, c/o Department of Religious Studies, The College of Wooster, 400 East University Street—Kauke Hall, Wooster, OH 44691.
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