- Lecturer in New Testament (Theology and Religious Studies)
- Adviser of Studies (Arts College Academic and Student Administration)
I am currently at work on projects concerning exegetical method; the ethical and theological contours of Matthew's Gospel; semiotics and hermeneutics; and a commentary on the Epistle of James.
A K M Adam studied for ordained ministry at Yale Divinity School, where he also began working toward an advanced degree in New Testament studies (M.Div. 1986, S.T.M. 1987). He received his Ph.D. in New Testament (with minor concentrations in theology and literary theory) from Duke University in 1991. He has taught at Eckerd College, Princeton Theological Seminary, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Northwestern University, and Duke Divinity School. His work focuses on hermeneutics and semiotics, postmodern critical theory, technology, and the role of the Bible in church and academy; and within the New Testament, on Matthew's Gospel and the Epistle of James.