“At every moment of every day, somewhere in the world, Christians are praying the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples. When said in liturgy or in devotional prayer, together or
The Biblical Studies Section of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Copenhagen is offering a fully funded 3-year postdoctoral position commencing 1 February 2023. The application deadline is October 1. Motivated and committed candidates with expertise in Biblical Studies, Semitic Studies, and/or Ancient Near Eastern History and Archaeology are invited to apply.
The postdoc is part of the research project “Divergent Views of Diaspora in Ancient Judaism” (2022-2026), funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark and its Sapere Aude programme. Applying newly developed theory from Diaspora Studies, the project investigates the earliest stage of the Jewish diaspora (597-331 BCE). A great variety of imaginative reflections in biblical texts and basic information in historical records suggests that there were a number of different attitudes to living abroad. See more.