Honors College

Dr. James C. Moyer

James C. Moyer

Email

Phone

417-836-5513

(work)

Office

Strong Hall 267

Department

Religious Studies

Postal mail

Missouri State University
Religious Studies
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897 work
Professor

Education

PhD, 1969, Brandeis University

Teaching

  • REL 101
  • REL 103 History of the English Bible
  • HST 542/642
  • REL 397 Proverbs and Ecclesiastes
  • REL 397 Psalms
  • REL 510/615 Jeremiah
  • REL 510/615 Genesis 

Research and professional interests

  • Old Testament/Hebrew Bible especially Psalms and Wisdom Literature
  • History of Israel
  • Archaeology
  • The Bible

Awards and honors

  • Governor's Award for Teaching Excellence, 2013
  • Missouri State University Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2011-12
  • John Gammie Distinguished Scholar Award, Southwest Commission on Religious Studies, Dallas, 2007-08
  • Teaching Fellowship Program Grant to train GA’s/TA’s in Mediated Learning, 2004
  • University Award for Teaching Excellence, 2001
  • Outstanding Advisor Award, Missouri Academic Advising Association and Southwest Missouri State University, 1999
  • College of Humanities and Public Affairs Teaching Excellence Award, 1998
  • National Endowment for the Humanities/American Schools of Oriental Research Summer Institute, “An Archaeological History of Syria-Palestine” University of Pennsylvania, June 2-July 11, 1986
  • 1985 Burlington Northern Foundation Faculty Achievement Award for Teaching Excellence at Southwest Missouri State University
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College Teachers, 1984. Topic: History Writing in Ancient Greece, the Near East and Israel: A Comparative Study. Director: John Van Seters, University of North Carolina
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College Teachers, 1980. Topic: Biblical History in its Near Eastern Setting. Director: William W. Hallo, Yale University
  • Archaeological Fellowship, Hebrew Union College Biblical and Archaeological School, 1969-1970
  • Sachar International Fellowship, Brandeis University, 1969-1970