Three postings in Theology at Marquette University

In my Department at Marquette University we have three job-postings that might be of interest to this readership.

Theological Ethics (one position)

Marquette University announces a position in theological ethics to begin 16 August 2007. The Department of Theology seeks a specialist in the Catholic ethical tradition with expertise in Catholic social teaching, along with research and teaching interests in health care ethics. Undergraduate teaching interests in areas such as family and work desirable. Open rank.

Systematic Theology (two positions)

Marquette University ’s Department of Theology announces two positions in systematic and constructive theology to begin 16 August 2007. The desirable candidates will have competencies in one or more of the following areas: hermeneutics/post modern theology, global/contextual theologies, and theological aesthetics and/or von Balthasar. Open rank.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in theology. Teaching experience is desirable; research scholarship and publication plans are required. Responsibilities include teaching five courses per year, including general introductory courses in theology at the undergraduate level and specialized courses at the graduate level.

Candidates must support the Catholic and Jesuit ideals and mission of the University. Minorities and women strongly encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin on 12 October, 2006, and will continue until position is filled.

Complete credentials, including letter of application, c.v., and letters of recommendation, should be sent to:

Dr. John Laurance, S.J., Chairperson
Department of Theology
Marquette University
100 Coughlin Hall
P. O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881


You can download a PDF file for either the Theological Ethics or Systematic Theology announcement.

Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).