Visiting Fellowship in Jewish Studies

In an effort to enhance the quality of courses, instruction, and research in Jewish Studies at universities throughout the world, a Visiting Fellowship programme has been established by Yad Hanadiv and the Beracha Foundation.

Fellowships are awarded each year to scholars in Jewish Studies, who hold non-tenured university positions at the time of their application. Fellows spend a year in Israel, pursuing research projects supervised by a senior scholar. Fellows are required to commit to resume teaching Jewish Studies at a University outside Israel upon completion of the academic year.

Who Can Apply

Candidates who wish to apply must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Permanent residency in a country outside of Israel
  • Hebrew fluency
  • Submission of a dissertation by the time of the application and receipt of the degree before the beginning of the fellowship period
  • Not more than 6 years elapsed since receiving a PhD
  • Currently engaged in teaching university courses in Jewish Studies.

Stipend

The Fellowship for 2015/2016 was in the amount of NIS 100,000 plus a family allowance (NIS 10,500 for spouse and NIS 10,500 per child), where applicable. A Fellow will be entitled to a modest travel grant, depending on the place of origin and the size of the family. Expenses for housing and medical care are the sole responsibility of the Fellow.

Application date
26 Dec 2015
Duration
1 year
Country
Middle East Israel
Discipline
Humanities Anthropology, Ethnology and Folklore Archaeology Architecture Art & Art History Classical Studies Digital Humanities History History & Philosophy of Science Linguistics Literature Media Studies Music & Musicology Philosophy Religion & Theology
Required post-doc experience: 
between 0 and 6 years
Award granted
₪ 100.000
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