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The Saul Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah Studies

$20,000

January 03, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Saul Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah Studies supports Ph.D. and Post-doctoral candidates pursuing advanced study in the Holocaust. Supported research can include: the immediate historical context in which the Holocaust took place; political, economic, legal, religious or socio-cultural aspects; ethical and moral implications; or other related, relevant topics. Candidates can be studying the fields of History, Sociology, Jewish Studies, Political Science, Philosophy, Theology, Women’s Studies and others. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1359 Broadway
  • Suite 2000
  • New York, NY 10018
  • chavie.brumer@claimscon.org
  • 646-485-2035

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Rev. Haftee Wako Oljira  on 6/11/2020 8:05:19 AM

Dear beloved, I have a desire to peruse my study to the level of PhD. I have attended development management BA, local and regional development studies MA, and Theology BA. I want to earn PhD in one of the following program area; rural development, anthropology, and Doctor of philosophy in applied apologetics. I have founded theological college and teaching for free, and I expect organization like you to teach me for free. Paying forward, once I am through my PhD, I will also teach in different colleges located in Africa, Ethiopia for free! this is how I contribute. Do let I get the chance and do let me give chances for others. Blessings,

IRENE F.  on 3/3/2020 8:56:27 AM

I have always desired to pursue a PHD in Sociology , but was hesitant due to the cost. Then I came across an advertisement on Scholarships . com where I saw this scholarship being offered, so I decided to give it a try

Muhammad N  on 9/7/2015 10:19:40 AM

plese give scholarship because i belong to apoor family and want to study in china

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