Monday, 9 June 2008

NT Position at Brite Divinity School


I have just come across the following announcement:
New Testament Faculty Position
Brite Divinity School

Brite Divinity School, affiliated with Texas Christian University, invites applicants in the fall of 2008 for a tenure track position in New Testament beginning in the fall of 2009.

Level of appointment is at the Associate or Full Professor level. Ph.D. or equivalent is required.

Commitment to teaching and scholarly research is expected. Teaching load is four courses per year at masters and doctoral levels.

Primary teaching competencies should include Pauline literature with significant publication record and teaching experience, and with competency in secondary areas that may include among others: Paul and politics, social context, NT archeology, gender studies, queer studies, and racial/ethnic issues.

Brite Divinity School is a seminary related to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). It is ecumenical in character and mission. Brite is an EEO employer and maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to all employees and applicants for employment. Scholars of color and those from other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Send a letter of application describing interests in teaching and research, dossier, and three letters of recommendation to :

Office of the Dean,
New Testament Search Committee
Brite Divinity School
TCU Box 298130
Fort Worth, TX 76129.

Review of applicants will begin September 1, 2008 and continue until the position is filled.

6 comments:

Paul said...

Do you qualify?

anthony said...

of course he does!

Kar Yong said...

Hi Paul,
Fortunately or unfortunately (depending on how you see it), I don't qualify. The position is for Associate Prof or Full Prof - I don't have the qualifications for that - still lack the number of years of teaching, publications, and supervision of research students! If the position is for Assistant Prof, then I may.

sp lim said...

I was going to ask you what in the world is 'queer studies' until I tried my luck googling it and found my answer at Wikipedia. Really queer. I will be more slow now in labeling someone as 'queer'. How some words changed in meaning over the years.

Kar Yong said...

Hi SP,

Yes...as queer as it may sound, gay is no longer what it meant too, and it may be "happy" for some, and certainly not for others!

Paul said...

KY

So that's one option that is closed for you. :-(