The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies invites proposals from individuals or institutions wishing to direct an Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies in 2014-2015.
The Centre will host two Seminars in Oxford in 2014-2015. The first will be convened from mid October 2014 to mid March 2015. The second will be convened from mid January to mid June 2015.
Each group will convene in weekly seminars through the duration of two Oxford terms, which in 2014-2015 will be from 13 October to 5 December, 19 January to 13 March, and 27 April to 19
June. These meetings will offer a forum for the fellows to address central research topics related to the overall theme of the project. One or more publications will be expected as a product of each Seminar.
Each Seminar will be based on a core of visiting fellows, who will participate in the work of the research group for the full six months in conjunction with a larger number of fellows who will attend for shorter periods. Each Seminar can expect funding for up to the equivalent of seven fellows in residence for six months.
Visiting Fellows will receive free accommodation 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.
Proposals are invited for research groups in any area of Hebrew and Jewish Studies. Preference will be given to projects with a clear research rationale which involve use of any special resources available in Oxford.
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