Faculty - Liberal Arts - Religious Studies and Theology
Positions in Latinoa Catholic Theologies and/or Black/Womanist Theologies
The Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego announces two open-rank, tenure-track positions in Latinoa Catholic theologies and/or Black/Womanist theologies. In addition to their theological specializations, ideal candidates will be conversant with environmental ethics; religion and culture; religion and race; religion and queer theory; or approaches to the Bible. Teaching responsibilities will include introductory theology courses as well as upper-division courses in the area(s) of specialization.
Applicants should hold a doctorate by the time of the appointment, September 2017. Commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and an active scholarly agenda are expected. The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic university. The Department of Theology and Religious Studies is a diverse community of scholars who advance the teaching and study of religion with particular attention to fostering understanding of Catholic traditions. Information about the department is available at http://www.sandiego.edu/theo.
Applications should include a letter of intent and dossier, including CV, graduate school transcripts for those applying at the assistant professor level, three letters of reference, samples of scholarly work, and copies of teaching materials (e.g., syllabi, typical handouts, student evaluations). Please send all materials (hard copies only) to: Dr. Emily Reimer-Barry, Chair, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Diego, 5998 Alcalá Park, San Diego CA 92110-2492. Applications should be complete by October 25, 2016. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the AAR/SBL Annual Meetings Employment Center in San Antonio, November 19 and 20, on a pre-arranged basis.
All candidates must register as applicants for this position at www.sandiego.edu/jobs.
Look for job number IRC 20854. Please, however, do not upload your application documents electronically via this site. Rather, send hard copies as described above.
The University of San Diego is an equal opportunity employer and seeks gender, cultural, and ethnic diversity in its administration, faculty, staff and student populations.
Contact: Dr. Emily Reimer-Barry: firstname.lastname@example.org