We can’t seem to keep up with all the grant and scholarship opportunities that could involve Jewish heritage research, but here are two current ones:
There’s still time to apply for the Israel Council for Higher Education scholarship at the Department of Jewish Art at Bar-Ilan University. The deadline is October 19.
Overseas doctoral candidates are invited to apply for the scholarship, for three-months to one-year of study in Israel during the current 2018–19 academic year. Many research options are available to applicants considering a scholarship in fields of Jewish Art History, including topics such as:
illustrated Jewish books; art and architecture of the synagogue; interfaith dialogue in visual arts; modern Jewish and Israeli art; semiotics of Jewish art; Jewish folk art; personal, gender, social, and national identities as expressed in Jewish and Israeli art, and more.
Research incorporating both visual and textual studies is welcomed.
Eligibility requirement: completion of at least one year of PhD studies at a university outside of Israel.
Applicants are invited to submit the following information to Jewish.firstname.lastname@example.org by 19 October 2018. (Also contact that email for queries):
- Applicant’s full name
- Country of origin
- Home university
- Title of dissertation
- Name/s of academic advisor
- Dates of planned sojourn in Israel
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The deadline is November 15 for this grant call from the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center (Moscow):
Deadline for submission of applications: November 15. Click the link above or HERE for full details.