Christian Theology Position
Wabash College, Department of Religion, invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured (open rank) position in Christian theology, to begin July 1, 2012. Wabash is a selective liberal arts college committed to the undergraduate education of men. Applications are invited from candidates across the range of sub-disciplines and interests in Christian theology. Candidates should be prepared to teach a variety of religion courses in a liberal arts college setting. Candidates whose work creates synergies with other departments and disciplines and addresses global concerns preferred. The Religion Department has traditionally supported cross-departmental, interdisciplinary teaching as well as student-led activities, such as the Muslim Students Association, the Newman Center, and Wabash Christian Men. Teaching responsibilities are three courses per semester and may include teaching in the all-college courses, Freshman Tutorial and interdisciplinary Enduring Questions. The College provides robust teaching and research support. Wabash College is the home of the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts, and the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies. Review of applications to begin October 24. Interviews to be conducted at the American Academy of Religion meeting in November. Electronic submissions only. Applications are to include vita, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, research statement and a teaching statement that addresses the candidate’s interest in undergraduate teaching in a liberal arts environment. Please send application materials to Rachel Barclay, Administrative Assistant in the Humanities and Fine Arts (Barclayr@wabash.edu). Inquiries may be directed to Professor Jonathan Baer (email@example.com). Wabash College encourages applications from persons of all backgrounds. EOE.