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Jan
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Brandeis Israel Studies Fellowships
Jan 31 all-day

Faculty Fellowship: The Summer Institute for Israel Studies 

June 10–21, 2020 at Brandeis and June 22–July 1, 2020 in Israel

Apply now for this competitive fellowship. Created to address the need for serious and nuanced study of Israel in the academy, the Summer Institute for Israel Studies is a rigorous program that equips faculty members to develop and teach courses about modern Israel in any discipline. Stipend of up to $2,500, plus group travel, accommodations and most meals provided. 

  • ENGAGE with world-class faculty from Israel and the U.S. in a two-week multidisciplinary Brandeis seminar.
  • MEET with leading personalities in public life, the academy and the arts on a 10-day Israel study tour.
  • EXPLORE the complexity of Israeli society, politics and culture.
  • DEVELOP or revise a syllabus to teach at your home institution.
  • JOIN a network of over 335 alumni — teaching at over 200 institutions — supported by a wealth of pedagogical resources and ongoing professional development.

Faculty teaching outside of Israel are eligible for the program. 

Apply online by January 31, 2020. Learn more at www.brandeis.edu/israel-center/siis/index.html. 

If this opportunity is not a fit for you, we invite you to nominate a colleague and to share the fellowship information with faculty members who might benefit from the program.

 

Doctoral Fellowships in Israel Studies at Brandeis University

Full and partial fellowships supporting doctoral students whose research focuses on Israel. Candidates must be accepted into Brandeis University graduate school programs of Anthropology, History, Literature, Middle East Studies, Near Eastern & Judaic Studies, Politics or Sociology. Competitive living stipend with generous health care benefits. Renewable for up to five years. Deadlines vary by department. Learn more at www.brandeis.edu/israel-center/resources/grants-fellowships/graduate-students.html

The Summer Institute for Israel Studies 2020
Jan 31 all-day

Faculty Fellowship: The Summer Institute for Israel Studies 

June 10–21, 2020 at Brandeis and June 22–July 1, 2020 in Israel

Apply now for this competitive fellowship. Created to address the need for serious and nuanced study of Israel in the academy, the Summer Institute for Israel Studies is a rigorous program that equips faculty members to develop and teach courses about modern Israel in any discipline. Stipend of up to $2,500, plus group travel, accommodations and most meals provided. 

  • ENGAGE with world-class faculty from Israel and the U.S. in a two-week multidisciplinary Brandeis seminar.
  • MEET with leading personalities in public life, the academy and the arts on a 10-day Israel study tour.
  • EXPLORE the complexity of Israeli society, politics and culture.
  • DEVELOP or revise a syllabus to teach at your home institution.
  • JOIN a network of over 335 alumni — teaching at over 200 institutions — supported by a wealth of pedagogical resources and ongoing professional development.

Faculty teaching outside of Israel are eligible for the program.

Apply online by January 31, 2020. Learn more at www.brandeis.edu/israel-center/siis/index.html.

If this opportunity is not a fit for you, we invite you to nominate a colleague and to share the fellowship information with faculty members who might benefit from the program.

Doctoral Fellowships in Israel Studies at Brandeis University

Full and partial fellowships supporting doctoral students whose research focuses on Israel. Candidates must be accepted into Brandeis University graduate school programs of Anthropology, History, Literature, Middle East Studies, Near Eastern & Judaic Studies, Politics or Sociology. Competitive living stipend with generous health care benefits. Renewable for up to five years. Deadlines vary by department. Learn more at www.brandeis.edu/israel-center/resources/grants-fellowships/graduate-students.html

Feb
1
Sat
2020 APS Library Fellowships
Feb 1 all-day

Library Long-Term Predoctoral Fellowships

Scope

The American Philosophical Society Library seeks applicants for one-year residential fellowships to assist in the completion of doctoral dissertation research in three areas of study. One fellowship will be awarded in each of these programs: the Center for Native American and Indigenous Research (CNAIR) Fellowship, the Friends of the APS Fellowship in Early American History (to 1840), and the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Fellowship.

Eligibility

The program is designed for advanced Ph.D. students working toward the completion of the dissertation. Applicants whose research overlaps any of the three available categories may submit applications to all pertinent programs

Stipend

$25,000 for a 12-month period.

Deadline

February 1; notification by April 15.

Contact

[email protected]

Website

https://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/fellowships

 

Library Resident Research Fellowships

Scope
The Library Resident Research fellowships support research in the Society’s collections.

Eligibility
Applicants must demonstrate a need to work in the Society’s collections for a minimum of one month and a maximum of three months. Applicants in any relevant field of scholarship may apply. Candidates whose normal place of residence is farther away than a 75-mile radius of Philadelphia will be given some preference. Applicants do not need to hold the doctorate, although Ph.D. candidates must have passed their preliminary examinations.

Stipend
$3,000 per month; notification in late April.

Contact

[email protected]

Website

https://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/fellowships

2020–2021 ACOR Fellowships
Feb 1 all-day
ACOR Fellowship opportunities for the 2020–2021 academic year are now online and the application portal is open. ACOR, a research institute located in Amman, Jordan, promotes study, teaching, and increased knowledge of ancient and Middle Eastern studies with Jordan as a focus.

 

We encourage you to share these opportunities widely with your networks. Complete information about all the ACOR Fellowships is online at  https://www.acorjordan.org/2020-21-acor-fellowships/

 

ACOR is offering in this cycle:
  • 2 – 3 residential fellowships for post-doctoral researchers for research or work leading to an academic publication (funded by NEH and CAORC)
  • 2 – 4 residential fellowships for pre-doctoral graduate students to fund dissertation research in Jordan (funded by CAORC)
  • 10 awards variously for travel, research, or accommodation for American and international students participating in ASOR affiliated archaeological projects in Jordan
  • 7 awards for Jordanian undergraduate and graduate students pursuing studies in the sphere of cultural heritage and archaeology
  • 2 awards for a Jordanian scholar or working professional to travel to the USA and present a paper at the the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research which will be held in Boston, MA 2020.
  • 1 award for ACOR alumni of any nationality to present a paper in the USA at the annual Middle East Studies Association conference which will be held in Washington, DC Oct. 10–13, 2020.
The deadline for all other ACOR fellowships is February 1, 2020; the deadline for the MESA award is February 15, 2020. The Awards will be announced by mid-April 2020.

 

Contact information: [email protected]