Ph.D. Fellowships: Holocaust Studies, Claims Conference

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, (Claims Conference) is offering a limited number of fellowships for Ph.D. candidates pursuing advanced Shoah studies.
The application deadline is January 25, 2011
for academic year 2011-2012 fellowships.

The Claims Conference Academic Fellowship Program for Advanced Shoah Studies strengthens Shoah studies and Shoah memory throughout the world. Our mission is to support advanced study of the fate of Jews who were systematically targeted for destruction or persecution by the Nazis and their allies between 1933 and 1945. Studies can include the immediate historical context in which the Shoah took place; political, economic, legal, religious and socio-cultural aspects; ethical and moral implications. The Fellowship program also supports awardees in learning languages of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union which are necessary for the study of Shoah related documents.

Fellowships are awarded to outstanding candidates who have a strong personal commitment to Shoah memory, who have demonstrated excellence in academic achievement, and who possess the potential to provide outstanding professional leadership that will shape the future of Shoah awareness and scholarship.

For more information, please visit the

Fellowships website.
http://forms.claimscon.org/fellowships

Fellowship: PhD Students, Holocaust Studies

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference) is offering a limited number of fellowships for Ph.D. candidates pursuing advanced Shoah studies.  

The application deadline is January 25, 2011 for academic year 2011-2012 fellowships.

The Saul Kagan Claims Conference Academic Fellowship Program for Advanced Shoah Studies aims to strengthen Shoah studies and Shoah memory throughout the world.  Our mission is to support the advanced study of the fate of Jews who were systematically targeted for destruction or persecution by the Nazis and their allies between 1933 and 1945.
Studies can include the immediate historical context in which the Shoah took place; political, economic, legal, religious and socio-cultural aspects; ethical and moral implications. The fellowship also supports awardees in learning languages of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, and other geographical locations, which are necessary for the
study of Shoah related documents.  

Fellowships are awarded to outstanding candidates who have a strong personal commitment to Shoah memory, who have demonstrated excellence in academic achievement, and who possess the potential to provide outstanding professional leadership that will shape the future of Shoah awareness and scholarship.

Kagan Fellows are invited to attend an annual scholar- and peer-review workshop at a leading Holocaust research center.

For application information, please visit http://forms.claimscon.org/fellowships or e-mail Lori.Schor@claimscon.org.

Fellowship: Fulbright, Israel Post-Doctoral Research

The Fulbright Scholar Program announces the Israel Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships, available to those interested in conducting postdoctoral research in all areas of the sciences, arts, humanities, or social sciences.  There are ten fellowships available.  The main criteria in the selection of USIEF Fellows are academic excellence, leadership capabilities, and the potential of the proposed visit program to achieve professional objectives while enhancing mutual understanding between the people of the United States and Israel.  The application deadline is August 2, 2010. Fulbright Scholar Post-Doctoral Fellowships are also available for Fulbright programs in Egypt and Hong Kong.  For more information, please visit http://catalog.cies.org/.

Summer Workshop: The Schusterman Center at Brandeis

The Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University presents:

SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR ISRAEL STUDIES 2010

June 15-June 28 at Brandeis and June 30-July 8 in Israel

 

The Summer Institute for Israel Studies assists faculty in designing new courses in Israel Studies or incorporating a segment on Israel into existing courses. Candidates from the social sciences and humanities are invited to apply.

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Fellowships include:

 

-Seminars taught by world-class faculty from Israel and the United States -Travel, meals, and accommodations at Brandeis and in Israel

-$2500 stipend for full course; $1500 for Brandeis seminar only

-Access to vast Israel Studies online resource center and Brandeis University’s online library resources

Applications due February 1, 2010 . Notification by March 5, 2010.

 

To apply or to learn more, visit us online at www.brandeis.edu/israelcenter/SIIS

email: scis@brandeis.edu