The ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute is seeking scholars-in-residence for an intensive two-week workshop-based curriculum development program in interdisciplinary contemporary antisemitism studies.
The program, dedicated to the development of antisemitism studies as a recognized academic discipline, will be held at St John’s College, in Oxford, United Kingdom from July 29, 2018 to August 11, 2018.
The program is intended primarily for professors with full-time college or university positions, though exceptional doctoral and post-doctoral students may also be considered.
Under the guidance of leading international academics, scholars-in-residence will be required to develop a course syllabus and curriculum in the interdisciplinary study of contemporary antisemitism, to be taught in their home university upon completion for course credit.
Application deadline is February 23, 2018.
Full and partial Fellowships will be awarded to successful applicants. All accepted applicants must be present in Oxford for the entire duration of the Summer Institute. Successful applicants may be liable for tuition or processing fees.
How To Apply
Submit a CV, a letter of intention, and two or three letters of recommendation, a letter from the Chair of the scholars’ home department, Dean, or Provost confirming that the participant will be able to teach the course designed within one academic year. The submission, which should include all supporting documentation, is welcomed at your earliest convenience. Application deadline is February 23, 2018.
All requests for information should be sent to [email protected].
To apply, please send your submission by e-mail or mail to:
Attn: Dr. Charles Asher Small
165 East 56th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10022
By e-mail: [email protected]
Subject: ISGAP-Oxford Application
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