Chancellor’s Fellowship in New Testament and/or Christian Origins at Edinburgh


(Matthew Novenson) I see where Prof Hurtado has posted about the recently advertised Professorship in New Testament at Groningen and the Senior Lectureship in New Testament at Durham. For our part, we are very happy to announce a search for a Chancellor’s Fellow in New Testament and/or Christian Origins at Edinburgh. (From this page, click through to the “School of Divinity” link for the job advert.) Building on our recent appointment of Dr Anja Klein as Chancellor’s Fellow in Hebrew Bible, we are hoping to add to our staff resources in first- and second-century Christianity with this Chancellor’s Fellowship. Early career scholars, take note: The deadline for applications is 7 February.

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  1. Many thanks for the post.
    I looked into it before but the fellowship guidelines below put me off.
    Would someone who is on the verge of completing their PhD (i.e., a few days away from receiving his/her results) and without previous postdoc experience stand a chance?

    “Chancellor’s Fellows will show evidence of independent research at the forefront of their field. Successful applicants will normally be appointed at Grade 8 having completed their PhD and acquired equivalent relevant postdoctoral experience which meets the University Grade 8 Academic Job Profile.”

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