[Buddha-l] FW: Position announcement: Temporary Opening in Asian Religions and Buddhist Studies

Stevenson, Daniel B dbsteve at ku.edu
Thu Apr 6 12:30:41 MDT 2006

> From: 	Stevenson, Daniel B  
> Sent:	Thursday, April 06, 2006 1:00 PM
> To:	'buddha-l at mailman.swcp.com'
> Subject:	Position announcement: Temporary Opening in Asian
> Religions and Buddhist Studies
If possible, I would like to have this announcement circulated to
members through the Buddha-L mailing list.


Dan Stevenson

> **********************************************************************
> Trinity University - Department of Religion: Two-semester term
> position (visiting assistant professor) for the 2006-2007 academic
> year. Teaching responsibilities to include two to three sections of
> the introductory course on Asian Religions with the possibility of one
> advanced undergraduate course on Chinese Religions, Japanese
> Religions, Hindu Tradition, or Buddhist Tradition per semester. 
> The Religion program aims to develop, through consideration of diverse
> religious traditions, intellectual insight into and awareness of
> different ways of thinking critically about religion. Through the
> study of religion the Department strives to assist students in
> developing informed and creative ways of enriching their own
> understanding of the world and of fulfilling their responsibilities as
> educated persons to the larger society in which they live. Courses of
> study include Religious Responses to the Holocaust, Ethical Issues in
> Religious Perspective, Christian Scriptures and Apocrypha, Global
> Christianity, Religion and Civil Rights, Religion and Science, Islamic
> Literatures, Approaches to the Study of Religion, and the Traditions
> courses (Hindu, Buddhist, Chinese, Japanese, Islamic, Christian, and
> Jewish), among others.
> Trinity University is an independent, coeducational, primarily
> residential university, founded in 1869. Undergraduate enrollment is
> approximately 2,400, including students from all areas of the United
> States and many foreign countries. Trinity has very selective
> admissions standards and enjoys a high rating among all undergraduate
> institutions. Our extraordinary endowment permits challenging
> opportunities for students and faculty. An attractive campus overlooks
> downtown San Antonio, a city rich in heritage and ethnic diversity
> with a population of slightly over one million.
> For optimal consideration, applications should be received by May 5,
> 2006. Note: Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the annual
> meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in San Francisco.
> Application materials to include Curriculum Vitae, letter addressing
> candidate's teaching interests and experience, evidence of teaching
> effectiveness (if available), and three letters of recommendation
> (sent separately by authors). Send materials to:
> Professor Randall Nadeau, Chair
> Faculty Search Committee
> Department of Religion
> Trinity University
> One Trinity Place
> San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200
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