The University of Georgia invites applications for a tenure-track position in Religion with specialization in East Asian traditions at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning fall 2018.
Religion Courses, Self-Authorship, and the Pursuit of the Common Good”
Coming September 12: The Exodus by Richard E. Friedman
“The Exodus displays, yet again, the unique gifts of Richard Elliott Friedman, whose work always embodies the mastery of an accomplished biblical scholar, the eye of a literary detective teasing out the mysteries from an ancient text, and the skill of a born storyteller. A page-turner.” (Jonathan Kirsch, author of The Harlot by the Side of the Road)
New Translation of Christian Theology
Religion has historically been and continues to be one of the major concerns of human societies. The Department of Religion’s PhD in Religion will clearly assist the University of Georgia as it strives to further the education of the citizens of Georgia, the nation, and the world and serve their needs. As noted in the mission statement of the 2020 Strategic Plan, the university is committed to preparing “the University community and the state for full participation in the global society of the twenty-first century.