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- 2 Full-Time / Tenure-Track Positions
- 3 Visiting Positions / Limited-Term Appointments / Postdocs
- 4 USERS
RECENT ACTIVITY on Jewish Studies 2018-19 Wiki
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Full-Time / Tenure-Track Positions
Clark University (MA) - 20th C Jewish History
- Endowed Chair & tenure track assistant or associate professorship in Twentieth Century Jewish History, to begin Fall 2019
- Specialization in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, the Near or Middle East, and/or the transnational movement of peoples and cultures between these regions are especially welcome. The candidate’s research and teaching should complement and not duplicate department strengths. Evidence of excellent scholarship and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching as well as a willingness to mentor graduate students are required.The candidate should have the ability to teach broad survey courses as well as upper level courses in their area of specialization.
- Ph.D. required by the time of appointment.
- Please send a letter of application including a statement of research and teaching interests, c.v., and three letters of reference to Professor Thomas Kühne, Chair, Leffell Chair Search at LeffellChairSearch@clarku.edu.
- Review begins: 15 Sept. 2018 and continues until the position filled
- Crossposted to Non-Geographic/Methodologically_Oriented_History_2018-19 and European History 2018-19
University of California Los Angeles (CA) - Endowed Chair in Israel Studies
The UCLA International Institute seeks applications for a full-time faculty position in Israel Studies to fill the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Endowed Chair in Israel Studies. The ideal candidate should hold a PhD, JD, MBA, MFA, or other equivalent terminal degree and be an outstanding scholar and teacher, an enterprising intellectual leader, and a collegial presence who forges collaborations with faculty and students across UCLA to further multidisciplinary research on Israel.
The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Endowed Chair in Israel Studies at the UCLA International Institute was established in 2005 with the intention that the Chair will address key issues on contemporary Israel and will be a catalytic institution builder linking UCLA with community and policy leaders.
The UCLA International Institute is the central hub for global and area studies at UCLA. Founded in 1958, the International Institute educates students, champions scholarship and builds academic partnerships here and abroad. Its more than 25 centers and programs including the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies promote innovative multidisciplinary research and educational opportunities in virtually every region of the world and on global issues. More information about the International Institute can be found here http://www.international.ucla.edu/institute.
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, CV, research agenda, select relevant publications, the names and contact information of three references, a statement of contributions to diversity, and an optional statement of teaching to UCLA Recruit: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF03708
- Application deadline is October 1, 2018. Review of applications will begin July 1, 2018 and continue until a candidate is selected. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Visiting Positions / Limited-Term Appointments / Postdocs
Katz Center, University of Pennsylvania – [[Visiting Fellowship ]]
The Herbert D. Katz Center at The University of Pennsylvania is now accepting applications for the 2019–2020 academic year on the theme of The Jewish Home: Dwelling on the Domestic, the Familial, and the Lived-In.
The Katz Center will devote our 2019–2020 fellowship year to the home—to what happens inside Jewish homes and what connects those homes to life outside. We invite applications from scholars in any academic field who are seeking to advance research that will shed light on this most formative and intimate of contexts for Jewish life, including the very definition of home.
As an object of inquiry, the home has not one door but many. We are planning a year that will look into the Jewish home across many different thresholds/entryways and look back out from the home into the broader world. Relevant topics may include the history of domestic architecture and material culture, anthropological research into kinship, parenting, gender roles, and master-servant relationships; literary instantiations of the home as an object of memory and imagination; representations of Jewish domesticity in the visual arts, including theater, film, and television; the analysis of Jewish law as it relates to family life and sex; the economics of consumption and display; the ritual study of the life cycle as it plays out in domestic contexts; and urban studies that approach the home as part of neighborhoods or larger social contexts, among others.
Eligible projects may be focused on the home in any period of Jewish history, extending from the four room houses of Iron Age Canaan to contemporary Jewish retirement communities. The year is also open to projects that may not be focused on the home per se but are helpful for understanding it, such as research on the history of privacy or the anthropology of childhood. The Center’s goal is to support individual projects, but it also seeks to develop an intellectually diverse cohort which means the ideal applicant will be one willing to learn from and work with scholars from other disciplines or focused on other periods.
The Katz Center invites applications from scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts at all levels. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or expect to receive their degree no later than August 2019.
An additional opportunity for 2019–2020: Israel Institute Fellowship
With funding from the Israel Institute and in partnership with Penn’s Jewish Studies Program, the Katz Center is offering a teaching fellowship in 2019–2020. Full details are available on our website.
Application opens: June 1, 2018
Application deadline: October 31, 2018
Announcement of fellowship recipients: March 31, 2019
Commencement of fellowship period: Variable, from September 2019 to May 2020
Duration of fellowship period: One semester (fall or spring) or full academic year
Please visit katz.sas.upenn.edu for more information about the Katz Center’s fellowship program and to access the online application portal.
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