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The program both provides resources to fellows, in the form of a stipend, as well as professional development opportunities, through a mid-year workshop and ongoing contact with mentors during the fellowship year. Only students who are in the final stages of writing their dissertations and who display clear evidence of their ability to defend their dissertations by the end of June of the fellowship year are eligible to apply for this program.
A unique feature of the program is its public engagement component. Each fellow is asked to give one public lecture or workshop at the end of their fellowship year in which they share their research with a general audience.
The purpose of this public speaking component is to give fellows crucial experience in making their work accessible to an interested but non-expert public, and to help satisfy the great demand for engaging and sophisticated discussion of Jewish history, literature, religion, and culture.
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In addition, they may not hold a full-time job or equivalent academic workload during the fellowship year. Application All applications will be submitted using Interfolio.
Using Interfolio for the Dissertation Completion Fellowship is free for applicants. If you do not already have an account with Interfolioyou will be able to create one free of charge.American Association of University Women (AAUW) Dissertation Fellowships.
Graduate school funding for women preparing to complete dissertations, full-time post-doctorial research, and/or research for a publication project. Humanities for All: Search over publicly engaged humanities projects in US universities and colleges, including research, teaching, preservation, and public programming!
Explore how the publicly engaged humanities matter, advancing humanities scholarship and enriching American life. Anna Batta is an Assistant Professor of International Security Studies at Air War College.
She previously worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Eckerd College and Adjunct Lecturer at Southern Methodist University.
Cole Fellowship in Jewish Studies. Seattle, WA - A one-year, in-residence fellowship at the University of Washington, requiring one public lecture and teaching one undergraduate course. For dissertation-writing or post-doctoral studies. The Dissertation Completion Fellowships encourage the timely completion of doctorates by the most promising graduate students in the field; create a cohort of fellows who will lead the field of Jewish Studies for decades to come; expose new audiences to Jewish Studies scholarship through fellows’ public lectures; and promote continued growth of academic Jewish Studies.
Doctoral Program in Jewish Studies The department's graduate program in Jewish Studies comprises one of the largest Judaic studies faculties in the Diaspora and embraces all eras in Jewish life, as well as a wide variety of disciplines and scholarly approaches.