This Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies will investigate the varied uses of the writings of Flavius Josephus in Jewish and Christian literature in the early modern period.
Weekly seminars will be convened through the duration of two Oxford terms, 20 January to 14 March and 28 April to 27 June 2014. These will offer a forum for the fellows to address central research topics related to the overall theme of the project.
Visiting Fellows will receive free accommodation on the Yarnton Manor Estate and a stipend of 750 pounds sterling (pro rata) per calendar month during the period of their tenure. Travelling expenses up to 500 pounds sterling will also be provided.
Applications by senior scholars, and by scholars at postdoctoral and advanced doctoral level, are all welcome.
For more detailed information see: http://www.ochjs.ac.uk/home/academics/visiting-academics/visiting-fellows/
Professor Martin Goodman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Joanna Weinberg (email@example.com)
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