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For Biblical Studies Jobs 2009-10, see the Religious Studies 2009-10 Wiki at http://academicjobs.wikia.com/wiki/Religious_Studies_2009-2010 Edit
Kings College made a hire.
Augustana College made a hire.
Loyola University made a hire.
Augustana College invited people for campus interviews.
Augustana College (New Testament) has completed first-round phone interviews. They are expecting to contact finalists on or around January 30.
Drake University sent rejection letters the other day. Ohio University sent rejections some time ago. More have come, but I can't remember them all. Harvard has made a job offer.
Loyola University New Orleans, Assistant Professor New Testament, has invited people to campus for January interviews.
Ouch. Good news for whoever posted this. The bad news for most of us just keeps coming.
I'm hearing a lot of absolute silence. Have people been seeing rejection letters?
Seattle University, Assistant Professor of New Testament, has invited people to campus for January interviews.
Kings College, Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies invited campus interviewees as of Dec 1.
Alright everyone, another year, another wiki page. I've deleted everything from 2007-2008 so we can start afresh for 2008-2009. Yup, job posting has already begun.
Harvard Divinity School junior positions in New Testament and Early Christianity, review of apps will begin Sept. 1. Update: Invited campus interviewees and have conducted some campus interviews Job offer has been made.
Messiah College, Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies, deadline 10/15 (posted on higheredjobs.com)
Finalists for campus interviews contacted.
Moravian Theological Seminary, Assistant/Associate, New Testament, deadline 9/15
Marquette University seeks to hire soembody in Old Testament (with research expertise in Rabbinic literature, including Midrash and Targum, as well as Talmud. Expectations include some familiarity with early Christian literature and the ability to teach Mishnaic Hebrew and Targumic Aramaic.) Thus far, still searching. 12/15