Offre de bourse
The Martin Buber Society of Fellows
The Martin Buber Society of Fellows, a joint venture of the Hebrew University and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), aims at fostering inter-disciplinary and inter-cultural academic discourse at the highest level among outstanding young scholars (post-doctoral) from Israel and Germany together with selected senior colleagues. Each year the Academic Committee of the Martin Buber Society selects up to ten exceptionally gifted young scholars (five from Israel, five from Germany) in all fields of the humanities broadly defined and including social sciences (with the exception of law and applied economics). Scholars who have completed their Ph.D. at an Israeli or German university, or citizens of Israel or Germany, who have received their Ph.D. in other countries, are eligible to apply. The Ph.D. degree must have been approved after October 1st, 2010 and no later than August 1st 2015
Fellows will become part of a vibrant scholarly community reflecting the widest possible disciplinary spectrum in the humanities and social sciences and embodying a spirit of shared intellectual adventure. No special connection to Jewish studies or Israel is required. We are looking for creative humanists and social scientists with broad intellectual horizons. Discussions in the Martin Buber Society will take place in English (not in Hebrew or German).
The Fellows will be asked to move to Jerusalem. They will receive a monthly stipend of approximately 9000 Israeli shekels and a housing subsidy either for apartments in the university’s Student Village on Mount Scopus or in town. They will be given offices at the Hebrew University (Mount Scopus campus) and will participate in bi-weekly seminars, lectures, study excursions, and other interactive academic modes. Each will have the opportunity to pursue his or her individual research under optimal conditions for the term of his or her fellowship.
Scholarships are initially granted for two years (subject to a review at the end of the first year), beginning October 1, 2015, on the basis of a detailed outline and description of a research project of major scope and innovative character. The scholarship may be further extended beyond two years upon the approval of the Academic Committee of the Martin Buber Society. The deadline for applications for 2015-2016 is January 5th 2015. The Academic Committee of the Martin Buber Society will meet at the end of March to choose next year’s fellows. Outstanding candidates will be invited –at relatively short notice in March– for an interview either in person or on Skype.
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