Center for Austrian Studies
Center for Austrian Studies
Leo Baeck Fellowships Program (Doctorate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)
Purpose: To foster research on the history and culture of German-speaking Jewry in Central Europe and in exile. Focus: History; Culture; European Studies. Qualif.: Applicants must hold either PhD or PsD and must have obtained university degrees in not more than three years from the date of application, seeking support to pursue researches focusing on the history and culture of German-speaking Jewry in Central Europe and in exile. Criteria: Grantees will be selected according to merits.
Funds Avail.: PHD grantees shall receive EUR 1,000 per month in Europe, EUR 1,200 in the UK and in Israel, EUR 1,400 in the US. Postdoctoral grantees shall receive EUR 1,500, EUR 1,800 (UK, IL), EUR 2,100 (US). All fellows will receive a travel grant of EUR 1,000. Number Awarded: 10 PhD scholarships and 2 postdoctoral scholarships. To Apply: Applicants must submit (three copies each): application form (available in CAS's website); a statement of purpose; a resume; a copy of the university degree or degrees; an outline of the research project, maximum 5 pages; a time schedule for the academic year 2008/9, including prospective research visits; a reference from the dissertation supervisor (does not apply for postdoctoral applicants); and a second reference by a university teacher or scholar. Deadline: February 1. Contact: Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes Dr. Roland Hain, Johannes Sabel Ahrstr. 41, 53175 Bonn, Tel. +49 (0)228 82096-285 [email protected] www.studienstiftung.de/leo-baeck.htm
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