From Alphacrucis’ webpage:
Alphacrucis College is seeking expressions of interest for a full-time position of Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Program Director of the Master of Arts for its Sydney campus.
The key responsibility of this faculty position is to teach and assess the theology programs within Alphacrucis awards. This includes lecturing, marking, administration, and support of Alphacrucis programs. This faculty member should share with other staff the desire to equip Christian leaders in churches, educational institutions, market place and mission and to serve in a progressive leading tertiary Christian institution.
This role reports to the Dean of Theology, Assoc Prof Shane Clifton.
The position is available from 15 January, 2015.
For a full position description, please contact Elma van Raalte or phone 02 8893 9000
Applications are to be directed to: Assoc Prof Shane Clifton c/o Elma van Raalte.
Applications close 30 September, 2014.
A fascinating interview with WH Auden from an old edition of the Paris Review.
Adam Kirsch gives a Heideggerian response to theories of art as useful evolutionary adaptation.
Terry Eagleton on a Christian response to Nietzsche at Commonweal.
Bruno Latour is interviewed about his latest book Modes of Existence.
Adam Kotsko makes a nice point against Fukuyama.
A Gentlemen’s Guide to Rape Culture by Zaron Burnett.
Life-hacking: a Marxist critique from Jeff Sparrow; a Heideggerian critique from Tim Rayner.
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WK&C readers may be interested to know that your humble author will soon be relocating to Cambridge. I submitted and passed my MPhil at the Australian Catholic University a few months ago, and I’ll be starting a PhD in philosophy of religion at Cambridge in October. I’ll be working in the Divinity faculty, and writing on the philosophy of nature: can Aristotle and the theologians who followed him be reconciled to Darwin? can the scientific image be reconciled to the manifest image? can phenomenology speak to biology? I’ll work around questions like these.
Kate and I are very excited about the move, though we will of course miss our wonderful family and friends here in Australia. We have been warned about the weather.
I intend to carry on blogging here at WK&C during my doctoral studies, so you can look forward to at least another three years worth of absolutely irresistible content.
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It’s very expensive but it looks pretty impressive: Sony Digital Paper Review at Good E-Reader.