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The Saul Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah Studies

$20,000

January 03, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah Studies welcomes applications from Ph.D. and post-doc candidates from around the world for funding for the September through the following August academic year.

    Ph.D. Requirements:
    -Be enrolled and good standing in a Ph.D. program that supports the study of the Holocaust
    -Study/have studies a language of Eastern Europe or the former Soviet Union necessary for the research of Holocaust-related documents, or if the field of study will be focused on a particular country or region, to study (or have already studied) the relevant languages of that region
    -Attend and present their research at an annual Kagan Fellowship summer week-long conference. There is no residency requirement other than the summer conference
    -Must commit to full-time employment primarily in Holocaust Studies on an academic level for a minimum of five years after receiving a Ph.D.

    Post-Doctoral Requirements:
    -Be enrolled and in good standing in a post-doctoral program that is focused on or supports the study of the Holocaust.
    -Be able to focus on the research without external commitments, such as employment. Those teaching a course as part of their post-doc requirement may apply
    Candidates should have received their Ph.D. within the last five years and be connected to a university or research institution
    -Commit to full-time employment primarily in Holocaust Studies on an academic level for a minimum of five years after completing the post-doctorate
    -Attend and present their research at an annual summer week-long conference. There is no residency requirement other than the summer conference

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Chavie Brumer
  • 1359 Broadway
  • Suite 2000
  • New York, NY 10018
  • chavie.brumer@claimscon.org
  • 646-485-2035

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