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EAJS Newsflash, May 2015
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EAJS Newsflash, May 2015
 
 
 
 
 
Deadline Approaching!
 
EAJS Conference Grant Programme in European Jewish Studies for 2015/16

Applications should be submitted by 29th May 2015
 
 
The European Association for Jewish Studies is pleased to announce a further programme to support academic events in Jewish Studies in Europe. Facilitated through a major grant, the EAJS will be able to offer financial support for EAJS Conferences and EAJS Summer Schools. Depending on the duration and number of participants, between £ 1,000 and £ 10,000 may be requested.
 
As was the case in the recently closed call for submissions for EAJS Roundtables and EAJS Laboratories, it is also the purpose of this new programme to foster cooperation among scholars involved in Jewish Studies across Europe and to support early career researchers in this field to develop a professional network. In contrast to this earlier programme, EAJS Full Membership is only required of one applicant for a submission.
 
EAJS Conferences will allow for submissions reflecting the whole range of topics relevant for Jewish Studies. The format can range from discussion-focused one-day workshops to wide-ranging, synoptic conferences. Proposals for EAJS Summer schools should include a description of the theme, the faculty involved, the duration and location and the targeted groups of students and/or early career researchers.
 
Proposals in the framework of the EAJS Conference Grant Programme in European Jewish Studies may range. Academic excellence and the impact on network building in Jewish Studies across Europe will be key criteria; international cooperation in the development of proposals is strongly encouraged. Proposals need to be submitted by at least one Full Member of EAJS. EAJS membership for speakers and participants is not required. A Call for Proposals will be issued shortly for events to take place in the academic year 2015/16.
 
For further details, and to apply, click here.  


 
 

 

AJS and EAJS: Programme of Cooperation in Jewish Studies

The Association for Jewish Studies and European Association for Jewish Studies are pleased to announce a new partnership. In the interest of promoting collaboration among scholars based at North American and European universities, the AJS will be offering special membership rates for EAJS members: $55 for Full EAJS Members and $35 for Student EAJS Members. These special rates give EAJS members the full roster of AJS benefits, including digital subscriptions to all AJS publications AJS Review, AJS Perspectives, and AJS News. In addition, AJS and EAJS plan to organize joint academic events, including co-sponsored sessions at each others’ conferences, and share online resources. We hope this new venture will broaden audiences for scholars of Jewish Studies and lead to collaborative research projects.

EAJS members interested in taking out an AJS membership should email AJS Program and Membership Coordinator, Shira Moskovitz, at smoskovitz@ajs.cjh.org.  A reminder that those who wish to submit a proposal for the AJS Annual Conference, December 13 – 15, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts, must become members for the September 1, 2015 – August 31, 2016 membership year. The deadline for proposal submission is May 6, 2015. Please contact the AJS office at ajs@ajs.cjh.org or +1.917.606.8249 with any questions.

EAJS members should be aware that this co-operative membership of the AJS is only available to those whose annual membership subscriptions are fully paid to date.

 

 
 
 

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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF JEWISH STUDIES

EJJSThe European Journal of Jewish Studies (EJJS) is the journal of the EAJS and published in cooperation with the University of Halle-Wittenberg. Its main purpose is to publish high-quality research articles, essays and shorter contributions on all aspects of Jewish Studies. Submissions are all double blind peer-reviewed.  [Further information]

EAJS members should refer to the Members Area of the EAJS website for details of how to subscribe at the members’ rate.

Just published: Volume 9, Number 1 - Special Issue: Sephardic Oral Culture. To review the table of contents,  click here.
 
EAJS Funders Database and Funding Advisor
The European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS), with the support of the Rothschild Foundation, has developed and maintains an extensive online Funders Database relevant to academics, postdoctoral researchers and students interested in research related to Jewish Studies. The database is only available to EAJS members and aims to provide a comprehensive list of funding sources to help colleagues secure grants. It is regularly updated. The database continues to grow and suggestions for additional funders not currently listed are always welcome and can be sent directly to me. The database can be accessed via the EAJS website: http://eurojewishstudies.org/.

In addition to the searchable database members can also consult directly by email with the EAJS Funding Advisor, Jonathan Starbrook, to discuss possible research grant opportunities that they would like to apply for. He is currently able to provide the following support:
  • Advice on appropriate funders or schemes for a specific project
  • Advice on the application process for applying for a specific grant
This advice should be considered as informal, but informed support. Wherever possible, members should ensure they also consult with local Research Administrators (or equivalent) in their home institutions (if appropriate).

Jonathan Starbrook may be contacted by email at: jonathan.starbrook@eurojewishstudies.org.

 Jonathan Starbrook
 
 

Here follows a short selection of funding opportunities with application deadlines in the next month or two. For fuller information on these and many other grant schemes, see the EAJS Funders' database. For informal advice on identifying appropriate funders or schemes for a specific project, or on the application process for applying for a specific grant, please contact the EAJS Funding Information Consultant: jonathan.starbrook@eurojewishstudies.org.
 

Volkswagen Foundation – Original, isn’t it?
Deadline: Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Funding will be made available for initial exploration of new, ground-breaking research ideas. One strand of funding is open to German nationals, and the second to teams of researchers which can include international collaborations.
 
European Research Council
Deadlines: Advanced Grant, Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Full details of the ERC’s Advanced Grants are available via the link above. These provide funding for ambitious investigator-led research.
Applications to the Proof of Concept, available for current ERC award holders (28 May 2015 and 1 October 2015) are currently open too.
 
Gerda Henkel Foundation – Research Project Grants and Research Scholarships
Deadline: Friday, 12 June 2015
Support is primarily provided for the historical humanities, in particular to support research projects in the fields of Archaeology, Art History, Historical Islamic Studies, History, History of Law, History of Science, Prehistory and Early History.

 

 

Positions available

Position available: Assistant or Associate Professor, Religious Studies (New Testament / Second Temple Judaism), McMaster University

      Assistant or Associate Professor, Religious Studies (New Testament / Second Temple Judaism) McMaster University     The Department of Religious Studies at McMaster University invites applications for a tenure-stream appointment in New Testament, with secondary specialization in Second Temple Judaism, at the Assistant Professor … [Further information]

Position available: Lector or Senior Lector (Semitic Languages), Yale University

      Lector or Senior Lector (Semitic Languages) Department of Religious Studies, Yale University   YALE UNIVERSITY, the Department of Religious Studies, is seeking to make a full-time appointment of a Lector or Senior Lector whose teaching responsibilities may include Aramaic, Advanced Syriac, Ugaritic, and additional Semitic … [Further information]

Position available: Visiting Research Assistant Professor in Syriac Studies and Digital Humanities, Vanderbilt University

      Visiting Research Assistant Professor in Syriac Studies and Digital Humanities   Vanderbilt University   Vanderbilt University and Syriaca.org invite applications for the open position of Visiting Research Assistant Professor in Syriac Studies and Digital Humanities.   The term of appointment is one … [Further information]

Position available: Visiting Assistant Professor of Judaism in Antiquity, Towson University, Baltimore

      Visiting Assistant Professor of Judaism in Antiquity   Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies College of Liberal Arts, Towson University CLA-N-2876   Position: The College of Liberal Arts invites applications for a one-year, non-tenure track, 10-month Visiting Assistant Professor position in Ancient Judaism … [Further information]

Two doctoral positions at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: “The Latin Talmud and its Influence on Jewish-Christian Polemic”

      Two doctoral positions at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona   The ERC-Project “The Latin Talmud and its Influence on Jewish-Christian Polemic” at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain, invites applications for two doctoral positions starting October 1st, 2015 (for three years each).   Candidates … [Further information]

Position Available: Pears Institute Early Career Fellow, Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism, London

    Pears Institute Early Career Fellow   Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, Birkbeck, University of London The Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism is the only centre dedicated to the study of antisemitism in the UK and one of only two such centres in the whole of Europe.   The Institute intends to appoint … [Further information]

Position Available: Lecturer in Modern Hebrew Language, University of California, Santa Barbara

      Lecturer in Modern Hebrew Language University of California, Santa Barbara   The Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara invites applications for a lecturer position in modern Hebrew language beginning July 1, 2015.   Responsibilities include teaching three quarters of Hebrew … [Further information]

Position Available: Lecturer with a specialist interest in racialization and/or antisemitism in Geography, Sociology, Psychosocial Studies or Contemporary History, Birkbeck, University of London

    Lecturer with a specialist interest in racialization and/or antisemitism in Geography, Sociology, Psychosocial Studies or Contemporary History Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London Reference Number: 11539 Position Type: Fixed … [Further information]

Position Available: Kennicott Research Fellowship in Classical Hebrew, University of Oxford

        University of Oxford Kennicott Research Fellow - Classical Hebrew Faculty of Oriental Studies, Clarendon Institute, Walton Street, Oxford Grade 6: £27,057 - £32,277 p.a. Applications are invited for a fixed-term fellowship in Classical Hebrew or closely related disciplines, from an ambitious academic … [Further information]

Position Available: Lecturer in Biblical/Religious Studies, University of Sheffield

      University of Sheffield - Faculty of Arts and Humanities Lecturer in Biblical/Religious Studies   Location: Sheffield Salary: £38,511 to Â£45,954 Grade 8. Per annum Hours: Full Time Contract Type: Permanent Placed on: 24th April 2015 Closes: 26th May 2015 Job Ref: … [Further information]

Positions available: Four Exhibition Curators at the Jewish Museum Berlin

      The Jewish Museum Berlin has been among the outstanding institutions on the European museum landscape since its opening in 2001. The museum’s exhibitions, permanent collection, events, and educational work make it a lively place of reflection on Jewish history and culture in Germany. Its Academy was founded in 2012 and … [Further information]

Position Available: Semitic Linguistics, Tel Aviv University

      Tel Aviv University Department of Hebrew Culture Studies   Senior Academic Position in Semitic Linguistics   The Department of Hebrew Culture Studies at Tel-Aviv University, Israel, invites applications for a tenured or tenure-track position in Semitic Linguistics, effective from October 2016.   The position …[Further information]

Scholarships, fellowships, grants and prizes

 

The John William Wevers Prize in Septuagint Studies

      The John William Wevers Prize in Septuagint Studies   The International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS) offers an annual prize of $350 to be awarded to an outstanding paper in the field of Septuagint studies. The prize has been named in memory of John William Wevers to honor his many contributions to … [Further information]

BAJS Studentship 2015/16

      British Association for Jewish Studies BAJS Studentship 2015/16   The British Association for Jewish Studies seeks to establish a BAJS studentship for a postgraduate researcher to support the activities of the Association. The studentship will be £1500 for one year. The awardee must be a registered PhD student …[Further information]

David R. Blumenthal Prize in Medieval Jewish Studies

      Announcing the David R. Blumenthal Prize in Medieval Jewish Studies   Brill, the international scholarly publisher, announces the David Blumenthal Prize in Medieval Jewish Studies – a new manuscript prize.   The David Blumenthal Prize in Jewish Studies selection committee is soliciting book-length manuscripts in …[Further information]

Karten Studentships in Jewish History and Culture, University of Southampton

      The Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations   is pleased to offer   The Karten Studentships in Jewish History and Culture     The Parkes Institute is pleased to offer at least four studentships for students from any country to study for an MA in Jewish History and Culture at the University of … [Further information]

Fellowships at the Center for Jewish History, New York

      Center for Jewish History, New York   Center for Jewish History Fellowships   Lapidus Summer Fellowship Program June 15 – July 24, 2015 Application deadline: April 17, 2015 Six-week program for doctoral candidates and recent PhDs (having received PhD within two years of the program start date) Candidates working … [Further information]

Summer Research Internship at Tel Aviv University, 2016

      The Amira Margalith Summer Research Internship (AMSITAU), 2016   The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies   Tel Aviv University     The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University invites applications for the Amira Margalith summer research internship. This … [Further information]

2nd ZUTOT Competition for Young Scholars: New texts on Jewish culture

      Call for submissions 2nd ZUTOT Competition for Young Scholars The second ZUTOT competition for young scholars has now been announced. Zutot: Perspectives on Jewish Culture is the forum to publish short articles on every aspect of Jewish culture from ancient times to the contemporary world. This year’s subject is ‘New texts on … [Further information]

Mathilde Tagger Prize for Genealogical Research

      International Institute for Jewish Genealogy in Jerusalem   MATHILDE TAGGER PRIZE FOR GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH   The International Institute for Jewish Genealogy is proud to announce a $5,000 Prize in the name of Mathilde Tagger ×–''ל for a major research study in the field of Jewish Genealogy that has been completed but not yet … [Further information]
 

Conferences

 

International Workshop: The Political Dimensions of the Converso Phenomenon in Portugal and Beyond. Israel, 26th-28th May 2015

      International Workshop: The Political Dimensions of the Converso Phenomenon in Portugal and Beyond Tuesday-Wednesday, May 26-27th 2015, at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute; Thursday, May 28th 2015, Bar-Ilan University   Bar-Ilan University and the Van Leer Jerusalem …[Further information]

One-Day Conference: The Promised Land: Utopia and Dystopia in Contemporary British-Jewish Culture. London, 23 July 2015

        The Promised Land: Utopia and Dystopia in Contemporary British-Jewish Culture   One-Day Conference, Thursday 23 July Open University Regional Centre, Camden, London   The conference is hosted and funded by the Postcolonial Literatures Research Group of the Open University, with additional support from the British … [Further information]

Workshop. Paupers and Bankers: Modern Representation of Jews and Money. Birkbeck, University of London, 9 June 2015

      Academic workshop Paupers and Bankers: Modern Representation of Jews and Money Birkbeck, University of London, 9 June 2015 Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, Birkbeck, University of London, in collaboration with the SOAS Centre for Jewish Studies, University of London.   Speakers: Bryan Cheyette, University …[Further information]

International Workshop: 50 Years German-Israeli Relations: Culture – Science – Law, Munich, 28+-29 May 2015

    50 Years German-Israeli Relations: Culture – Science - Law International Workshop organized by Prof. Michael Brenner (Munich/Washington) and Prof. Kärin Nickelsen (Munich) When: May 28 – 29, 2015 Where: Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), Seestr. 13, 80802 Munich   Registration is essential – see below. On the occasion of … [Further information]

International Conference “Toledoth Yeshu in Context”, Bern, Switzerland, June 29 –July 1, 2015

      The Institut für Judaistik of the University of Bern is pleased to announce an international conference, on The Jewish Life Of Jesus (Toledoth Yeshu) in Context: Jewish-Christian Polemics in Ancient, Medieval, and Modern History For details, click the link and see below. This conference will take place at the Haus der … [Further information]

International Conference: “From Ibrahim ibn Jakub to 6 Anielewicz Street,” Warsaw 11-14 May 2015

    Conference "From Ibrahim ibn Jakub to 6 Anielewicz Street" International Conference to Mark the Opening of the Core Exhibition of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews May 11-14, 2015   The conference will introduce the POLIN Museum's Core Exhibition to the scholarly public and review the present state of … [Further information]

Workshop: Minorities and Popular Culture in the Modern Middle East. London, 12-13 June 2015

        Workshop: Minorities and Popular Culture in the Modern Middle East Date: 12 & 13 June 2015; Venue: SOAS, University of London Brunei Gallery, room B102   The workshop, hosted by the Woolf Institute and the Centre for Cultural Literary and Postcolonial Studies, SOAS, explores how minorities … [Further information]

Conference: On the Same Page: Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts. London, 18-19 May 2015

      Registration is now open for: On the Same Page: Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts   We are delighted to announce the programme for On the Same Page: Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts, King’s College London (Monday 18th May – Tuesday 19th May 2015). This two-day conference will explore the … [Further information]

Call for Submissions: EAJS Conference Grant Programme in European Jewish Studies

       EAJS Conference Grant Programme in European Jewish Studies: Support for EAJS Conferences and Summer Schools CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR 2015/16 The European Association for Jewish Studies invites the submission of event proposals in the framework of the EAJS Conference Grant Programme in European Jewish Studies, … [Further information]

Third annual Levinas Philosophy Summer Seminar: “Eros and Ethics.” Rome, July 6-10, 2015

          Third annual Levinas Philosophy Summer Seminar Topic: “Eros and Ethics” July 6-10, 2015 John Cabot University, Rome, Italy   The great twentieth century philosopher Emmanuel Levinas is well known for his incisive phenomenological studies and his original ethical metaphysics of “the face to face.”  The 2015 LPSS will focus … [Further information]

Conference in Leeds. Magnified and Sanctified: The Music of Jewish Prayer. 16th-19th June 2015

      Magnified and Sanctified   An International Academic Conference on the Music of Jewish Prayer   University of Leeds, UK, Tuesday 16 – Friday 19 June 2015   For the first time in Britain an International Academic Conference is being devoted to the music of Jewish prayer. Internationally acclaimed scholars in Jewish …[Further information]

Calls for papers

 

Call for Papers: The Redemption of Feeling: The Religious Existentialists. New York, 3-4 December, 2015

    The Redemption of Feeling: The Religious Existentialists Call for Papers Date: December 3-4, 2015 Location: Queens College, Flushing, New York Keynote Speakers: Catherine Chalier (University of Paris X--Nanterre), Brendan Sweetman (Rockhurst College). Traditional philosophizing has generally depended upon logic or reason as its … [Further information]

Call for Proposals: Austrian Studies 24 (2016): Jews and Austrian Culture

      Call for Proposals   Austrian Studies 24 (2016): Jews and Austrian Culture   What it means to be Jewish in Austria is deeply rooted in the past, but also continues to evolve. Although confronted with antisemitism, Austrian Jews ranging from strongly assimilationist to ardently Zionist drove and supported some … [Further information]

 

New books and journals

 

Book Announcement: Edward M. Cook , Dictionary of Qumran Aramaic

    Dictionary of Qumran Aramaic   by Edward M. Cook   ISBN13: 978-1-57506-341-6 (Cloth  $54.50; now with 10% discount [$49.05] at Eisenbrauns.com)   Pages: xxii + 265   Eisenbrauns, 2015   www.eisenbrauns.com   The Aramaic texts among the Dead Sea Scrolls constitute a … [Further information]

Book Announcement: Tamar Zewi, The Samaritan Version of Saadya Gaon’s Translation of the Pentateuch

        The Samaritan Version of Saadya Gaon’s Translation of the Pentateuch. Critical Edition and Study of MS London BL OR7562 and Related MSS.   By Tamar Zewi   ISBN13: 9789004277656 (Hardback, €150.00  /  $194.00)   xii, 502 pages   Brill, April … [Further information]
 

News and events

 

EAJS Paris Congress report now online

    Report of EAJS Paris Congress now online   The report of the X Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies which took place in Paris in July 2014 has now been posted on the EAJS website. The theme of the Congress was “Jewish and Non-Jewish Cultures in Contact: New Research Perspectives.” The report is not …[Further information]

EAJS Secretary’s Letter to Members, Spring 2015

    The Secretary of the EAJS, Dr François Guesnet, has written to all EAJS members about the current state of the Association. In particular, he has focused on the new EAJS Conference Grant Programme, whose deadline for applications is 29th May 2015, and how it differs from the former EAJS Programme in European Jewish Studies, …[Further information]


Summer Course in Toledo, Spain: Sefarad: Lengua, Historia y Cultura en Toledo, 29 June -12 July 2015

      We are proud to announce the launching of a monographic course on Sephardic Jews, Spanish History and Culture, which will be held in Toledo, SPAIN, at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, for 2 weeks during this next summer.   The program is called SEFARAD: LENGUA, HISTORIA Y CULTURA EN TOLEDO and the contents …[Further information]

Lectures in London: Race, Equality and the Law, 16 June 2015

    Race, Equality and the Law – 16 June 2015 An event to mark the 50th anniversary of the UK’s first Race Relations Act Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism in collaboration with the Jewish Council for Racial Equality Speakers: Dr Omar Khan, Runnymede Trust; Dr Camilla Schofield, University of East Anglia; Dr … [Further information]

Lecture in London: Colin Shindler, “Anglo-Jews, Christian Zionists and more: New Discoveries from UCL’s Hebrew and Jewish Collections.” 14th May 2015

      Anglo-Jews, Christian Zionists and more: New Discoveries from UCL’s Hebrew and Jewish Collections   An exhibition of recently catalogued treasures from UCL’s Jewish Pamphlets, with a talk from Professor Colin Shindler (SOAS)   Thursday 14 May, 5.30-7pm   Hebrew and Jewish Studies Seminar Room, Foster Court Room … [Further information]

Oxford Biblical Hebrew Summer School, September 1-11, 2015

      OXFORD BIBLICAL HEBREW SUMMER SCHOOL   The Oxford Biblical Hebrew Summer School will take place at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies in the Clarendon Institute Building in Oxford on September 1-11, 2015.   The school offers nine days of intensive teaching in biblical Hebrew. Each weekday there will be … [Further information]

Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Ciclo de Conferências Maio 2015

  Ciclo de Conferências “Alberto Benveniste” 2015 Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa De 7 a 28 de Maio, às quintas-feiras, às 18h.30m. Entrada Livre 7 de Maio, 18.30, Sala 5.2 Susana Bastos Mateus (CESAB / CIDEHUS-Évora), "Escritos da Diáspora: para uma catalogação dos manuscritos em português da Biblioteca Ets Haim de … [Further information]

E-learning course: Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges.

      The Woolf Institute, Cambridge   ANNOUNCEMENT: Apply now for e-learning course: Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges   The Woolf Institute (Cambridge) is delighted to announce that applications are now being accepted for the e-learning course, Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern … [Further information]

Lecture in London: “Trauma on the Eastern Front: European Jews and the First World War.” 21 May 2015

      Trauma on the Eastern Front: European Jews and the First World War David Rechter, Professor of Modern Jewish History, University of Oxford Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism   Date:                                     21 May 2015 Time:                                     6.30-8.00pm Venue:  … [Further information]

Lecture in London: “Why are we obsessed with the Nazis? The Third Reich in History and Memory.” 12 May 2015

      Why are we obsessed with the Nazis? The Third Reich in History and Memory Richard Evans and Ian Kershaw in conversation with Nikolaus Wachsmann   Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism in partnership with the Department of History, Classics and Archaeology, Birkbeck, University of London and the Institute of Historical … [Further information]

UCL Institute of Jewish Studies Public Lecture Series, Spring – Summer 2015

      UCL Institute of Jewish Studies   PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES – SPRING/SUMMER 2015       Monday March 30th All-day symposium with the JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND In honour of David Ruderman, Scholar-in-residence, JHSE Europe Mission and Missionaries among the Jews in 19th Century Gustave Tuck … [Further information]

Lecture Series in Lisbon: Judaísmo Português: origens, cultura e diáspora, 14 March – 30 May 2015

      Curso «Judaísmo Português: origens, cultura e diáspora» Livraria-galeria Municipal Verney / Colecção Neves e Sousa, da Câmara Municipal de Oeiras | 14 Março, 11 e 18 Abril, 9, 16 e 30 Maio – Sábados A herança judaica é hoje uma das componentes sem as quais é impossível compreender grande parte da nossa História, quer através dos momentos … [Further information]

Call for Applications. MA Program in Hebrew and Jewish Studies University of Amsterdam, September 2015

      Call for Applications MA program in Hebrew and Jewish Studies University of Amsterdam   Starting September 2015, the Graduate School of Humanities will launch its new MA program in Hebrew and Jewish Studies. This one-year program focuses on Jewish culture and intellectual life from antiquity to the present, and offers students … [Further information]

Centre for Jewish Studies, Manchester: Research Seminar Programme 2014-15

      University of Manchester The Centre for Jewish Studies   Research Seminar Programme 2014-15   When and where: Thursdays at 16:00 in room A7 in Samuel Alexander Building (Building 67 on the Campus Map, see directions).   The seminar programme is open to all (for free) and there is no need to book, but please see … [Further information]

 

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