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Teaching in UK Universities

By Dr Amy Daughton, Head of the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham, UK We are delighted to share with you some of the highlights from a well received workshop that Amy Daughton delivered for STECA on Teaching in UK Universities. Amy began by drawing participants' attention to the concept of a "cacophony… Continue reading Teaching in UK Universities

(Mid-)Atlantic Voices on Tenure, Hiring, and Writing with Ben Wright, Candida Moss and Bob Kraft

By Charlotte Hempel and Sarah Wisialowski, Graduate Student, University of Oxford For this piece we were able to speak to three senior scholars in the field and draw on their extensive experience of the Higher Education context in North America. We are very grateful for their time and also acknowledge additional input by Professor Michael… Continue reading (Mid-)Atlantic Voices on Tenure, Hiring, and Writing with Ben Wright, Candida Moss and Bob Kraft

My PhD Journey with ‘The Professor Is In’ Karen Kelsky

By Matthew Hama, PhD Student, University of Birmingham UK When I was fourteen-years-old I played in my first competitive rugby tournament. In fact, it was my first rugby match. Ever. Prior to the match, I received one simple set of instructions: “If you get the ball, RUN!” That was it. My introduction to rugby. I… Continue reading My PhD Journey with ‘The Professor Is In’ Karen Kelsky

The Annual SBL/AAR: Things to Keep in Mind

by Shayna Sheinfeld, Ph.D.  Sheffield Institute of Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies  @shaynasheinfeld If you have attended the annual SBL/AAR, held in North America each November, you know just how overwhelming the conference can be. With around 10,000 attendees and more than 1000 events and 130 publishers, it is no wonder that someone can feel overwhelmed or confused… Continue reading The Annual SBL/AAR: Things to Keep in Mind