Department of Philosophy and Religion
Assistant Professor of Religion Hebrew Bible
The Clemson University Department of Philosophy and Religion invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Religion in the area of Hebrew Bible to begin 15 August 2019. In addition to an active research agenda, the ability to teach existing survey courses on the Hebrew Bible and Judaism, as well as upper-level undergraduate seminars in the candidate’s area of specialisation, is required. The applicant must be capable and willing to teach Studying Religion: Theories and Methods, a compulsory course for majors, on a rotating basis with other department faculty. Excellence in both undergraduate teaching and scholarship is essential.
Ph.D. prior to appointment.
For full consideration, applications must be received by 24 October 2018. Preliminary interviews will be held at the Society of Biblical Literature meeting in Denver, CO in November 2018. All applications should include the following: letter of application detailing qualifications; current C.V.; a writing sample (no more than 25 pages); evidence of teaching ability; transcripts; and three letters of recommendation.
Applications should be submitted through the following online application portal: https://apply.interfolio.com/55487. Please direct any inquiries to Dr. Benjamin White, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
Clemson University and the Department of Philosophy and Religion are committed to building and retaining a diverse faculty. Women, members of underrepresented groups, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. With a student body of nearly 25,000, a consistent top-25 national public university (U.S. News and World Report), and a Carnegie R1 status, Clemson combines the scientific and technological horsepower of a major research university with the academic and social environment of a small college. It is situated halfway between Charlotte and Atlanta in South Carolina’s rapidly growing Upstate region.