All scholars that are accepted to the program are expected to be present for the entire duration of the Summer Institute and attend all seminars and meetings. This is non-negotiable. The Summer Institute will commence Sunday, August 9th, and conclude Thursday, August 13th.
Successful applicants may be liable for tuition fees. Full and partial fellowships will be rewarded.
A limited number of openings exist for exceptional graduate and undergraduate students to participate in a special Elie Wiesel – Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars program that will run in part, concurrently with the Summer Institute.
How To Apply
Submit a CV, a letter of intent, and two or three letters of recommendation, as well as a letter from the Chair, Dean, or Provost of the scholars’ home department, confirming that the participant will be able to teach the course designed at the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, within one academic year, on at least two subsequent occasions. Wiesel-King Scholars are not required to submit a letter of approval for teaching a course designed upon the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute. They should be prepared to design projects to combat antisemitism that will be implemented in their home communities/university following the program.
The entire application should be submitted with all supporting documentation. Applications are welcome anytime, however, space will be limited in this newly adapted program.
Please submit completed applications to [email protected] under the subject heading “Oxford 2020 Online Applicant”.
General questions? Please contact Ira Guberman, Manager of Programming and Operations, [email protected]
“Universities are the main battlefield for the new wave of antisemitism. It is very important that the professors, those teaching the students, understand the dangers, and know how to fight it...that makes all the difference.”— Natan Sharansky, Chair of ISGAP
The ISGAP Summer Institute is led by some of the foremost international scholars and policymakers.
This esteemed group includes: