Minerva Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the End of Life announces the launching of its 2014 Summer Seminar and invites applications from advanced graduates, post graduates, and early career scholars.
The 2014 Minerva Summer Seminar "End of Life: Between the Expected and the Unexpected" will take place June 22-25, 2014. It will be held in a country hotel on the Judean Hills (near Jerusalem) and will be led by an international group of experts in the fields of medicine, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, law, and public health. The primary aim of the Minerva Summer Seminar is to expose international and local outstanding graduates, post graduates, and young scholars to current research, findings and debates on the quality of the end of life, and to promote the development of papers and projects related to these issues. Successful applicants will be fully funded for lodging, meals, participation in seminars, workshops, local transportation and a half-day tour of Jerusalem. Airfare to and from Israel is not included. A small number of partial stipends for airfare based on need and quality of project are available on a case by case basis.
Raquel Romberg, PhD.
Minerva Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the End of Life
Tel Aviv University, Israel
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