Si dans le cadre de vos recherches doctorales ou post-doctorales vous avez envie et besoin de passer une année académique aux Etats-Unis, voilà un appel à candidature qui pourrait vous intéresser : celui pour la bourse du « Stroum Center for Jewish Studies » de l’Université de Washington (attention ! Cette université se trouve dans l’Etat de Washington, c’est-à-dire sur la côte Ouest. Les campus sont à Seattle, Tacoma et Bothell).
Cette bourse s’adresse à tout porteur de projet en études juives, quelque soit le domaine de recherche. Les conditions d’obtention de cette bourse, ainsi que les documents demandés pour la candidature, sont présentés dans l’appel reproduit ci-dessous. Les candidatures sont à envoyer avant le 24 octobre 2014.
The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Washington welcomes applications for the Hazel D. Cole Fellowship in Jewish Studies for academic year 2015-2016. The Fellowship may be used as a dissertation research/writing fellowship or for post-doctoral studies (Ph.D. received within last three years) in any field of Jewish Studies.
Candidates who have experience and interest in integrating digital technology into the classroom, Jewish arts and culture, and/or community-engaged scholarship are especially encouraged to apply and to note such experience in their applications.
The Hazel D. Cole fellow must agree to be in residence at the University of Washington for the tenure of their fellowship, and is expected to offer one public lecture and one undergraduate course during the 2015-16 academic year. The Fellowship includes a stipend of $50,000 plus benefits for the academic year. Candidates from all American and foreign universities are welcome.
The Stroum Center offers an interdisciplinary academic program in Jewish Studies, including an undergraduate major and minor and graduate fellowships. Our faculty conduct cutting-edge research in fields such as Israel Studies, American Jewish life, and Sephardic Studies. The Center also presents innovative public programming through events and digital media to engage a broader community in Jewish Studies scholarship. Visit jewishstudies.washington.edu to learn more about the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies and our home department, the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
Application materials consist of the following:
(1) A current curriculum vitae.
(2) A brief (3-5 pages) description of your scholarly interests, your proposed research project, and a course you would like to teach.
(3) Three letters of recommendation. We request that all letters of recommendation be sent via email as a PDF by the person making the recommendation.
All application materials including letters of recommendation must be PDF files and sent as email attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should read: “Cole Fellow Application for 2015-16”. Please begin all file names with your last name (e.g. LASTNAME FIRSTNAME CV).
Application Deadline: Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Finalists will be interviewed via phone or video conferencing in December. The successful candidate for the Cole Fellowship will be notified in early 2015. Questions: Contact Assistant Director Lauren Spokane at email@example.com or 206-543-0138.