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FACULTY POSITION IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN CHRISTIANITY - Scholar of the history of American Christianity, with competence in the history of the Reformed and Presbyterian traditions in the United States. Areas of specialization are open to negotiation, with rank as either a tenure-track assistant professor or a tenured associate professor. Applicants are expected to have a portfolio of published research and teaching experience in the field, and to hold a PhD or its equivalent. The successful candidate will teach in all the Seminary’s degree programs (MDiv, MATS, ThM, and PhD), pursue an active scholarly research agenda, and participate in the life of the Seminary. The appointment is expected to commence July 1, 2018. Princeton is a seminary of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Women and candidates from underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants should electronically upload (1) a letter of interest, (2) a CV (including bibliography), and (3) a list of three potential recommenders here. Review of applications will begin on October 6, 2017.
Please notify the Director of Human Resources of your interest in writing or by email as soon as possible.
Please submit your résumé by:
fax: 609.924.2973 or
mail: Princeton Theological Seminary, Department of Human Resources, P.O. Box 821, Box 821, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ 08542-0803
complete and submit an application form by:
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“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature, altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”