The past two weeks saw numerous assistant professor jobs come on-line, and more full professor and postdocs as well, including posts from Latvia to the Netherlands, New York to Greece. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
We saw a good number of academic jobs introduced the past two weeks, including a handful of posts at Aberdeen. Other jobs are to be found from Austria to Chicago, Korea to Barcelona.[Read more…]
This past week was very light in terms of numbers of new jobs on offer, but there were a few jobs of note worth considering, from California to Germany, Pennsylvania to Kansas. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
Welcome to another week’s edition of AJBST. The lead-up to SBL continues to provide a diverse assortment of academic jobs, from Cambridge to Georgetown, Pakistan to Arizona. [Read more…]
This week has seen over 30 new postings in the lead-up to SBL in Denver, with jobs on offer from New York to Singapore, Indiana to Chile. Happy Hunting. [Read more…]
The last few weeks saw numerous job offerings in all subdisciplines at institutions around the world, from South Africa to Belgium, Denver to Latvia. [Read more…]
It has been nearly a month since the last Academic Jobs post, but we’ve been busy these last few weeks with numerous conferences and other things keeping us busy. We are very happy to report, however, that there are a number of exciting posts up for grabs right now, as is typical for this time of year. Happy Hunting. [Read more…]
A healthy week on the academic job market. More Open Rank adverts than we’ve seen in some time, and a decent number of OT, NT, and Judaism posts, as well as various types of theology. We’ve thrown in a few posts for History of the Ancient Med for good measure.
Just over a month to SBL Boston, we hope you get plenty of interviews. [Read more…]
theLAB is pleased to present this week’s listing of newly advertised academic posts in biblical studies and theology, including relevant jobs in philosophy and history.
Note: Can you name which of this week’s institutions is featured in the image above? [Read more…]