Yale University, Jewish Studies Program
Assistant/Associate Professor, Judaism of 1st–11th Centuries, CE
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Connecticut, United States|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Associate Professor|
Yale University’s Program in Judaic Studies and Department of Religious Studies seek to make an appointment in the field of Judaism/Jewish history, literature, religion, and culture beginning July 1, 2023. We are especially interested in reviewing applications from candidates for professorships at the assistant (non-tenured) or associate (tenured) levels.
A knowledge of classical rabbinic sources and an ability to teach innovative and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate courses in Jewish history, literature, religion, and culture prior to 1100 CE is required. Specific areas of research and teaching expertise are open, including but not limited to: biblical reception, midrash, magic, law and legal theory, political history, literary theory, gender studies.
The successful candidate will be a key contributor to EMWAR, Yale’s doctoral program in Early Mediterranean and West Asian Religions that enables historical, literary, and comparative study of the mutually imbricated religious texts, traditions, material cultures, and cultural formations of the Mediterranean and West Asian world. The successful candidate will train EMWAR students studying Jewish history, literature, religion, and culture as an integral part of the Mediterranean (Roman/Byzantine) and/or West Asian (Sasanian) and/or early Islamic contexts.
Review of applications will begin October 24, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.
Renee Reed at email@example.com
|Primary Category:||Jewish History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Religious Studies and Theology