Phillips Theological Seminary invites applications for a
full-time, tenure-track or tenured position in History of Global
Christianities and Christian Imperialism to begin July 1,
2022. We are especially interested in historical methodology
that engages interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and postcolonial
approaches to religious identity, religion and violence, and
religion and genocide.
Phillips is in Tulsa, OK which commemorated the 100th year
anniversary of the 1921 Race Massacre, identified as the worst race
massacre in American history. Applications from historians
committed to cultural expressions of Christianity within Africana,
Latinx, and/or Indigenous American communities whose historical
inquiries consider racial, ethnic, gender, and queer categories for
reflection are particularly desired. PhD/ABD considered, PhD
or ThD preferred. Competency in online teaching and learning
is also required. Knowledge of ministerial praxis and commitment to
emerging ministries are desirable. The successful candidate
will teach in all Master degree programs (MTS, MA(SJ), MAMC, and
MDiv) and the Doctor of Ministry degree program. A scholarly
trajectory that leads to the development of a professional profile
that includes publications is essential.
Persons within the Wesleyan tradition (e.g., UMC, AME, AMEZ,
CME), women, persons of color, LGBTQIA+ persons, and veterans are
strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested applicants please submit a cover letter detailing
relevant academic and professional experience, a curriculum vitae,
and the names and contact information of at least three references
to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin
September 15, 2021.
Phillips is an Equal Opportunity, ecumenical seminary of the
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). We are approved by
the University Senate of the United Methodist Church. See
www.ptstulsa.edu/employment for position description, employment
policies, and more information.