8.0299 Fellowships: Part 3 of 3 (1/51)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Wed, 16 Nov 1994 23:57:47 EST
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0299. Wednesday, 16 Nov 1994.
Date: Tue, 01 Nov 1994 15:47:26 -0500 (EST)
From: Alan Cooper and Tamar Frank <ACOOPER@UCBEH>
Subject: Clore Fellowships
I am forwarding this for posting on Humanist at the
request of Dr. Daniel Frank of the Oxford Centre.
CLORE FELLOWSHIP IN MODERN JEWISH HISTORY
The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies invites applications for the
Clore Fellowship in Modern Jewish History, the
appointment to start in autumn 1995. The candidate must possess
broad expertise in Jewish history during the early modern and
modern periods and be competent to teach the subject at
undergraduate and graduate levels. A sound knowledge of Hebrew
and/or Yiddish as well as the relevant European languages is
required. In addition to pursuing research in his or her areas of
scholarly interest, the successful candidate will be expected to
offer undergraduate tuition, organise a postgraduate seminar, and
supervise doctoral students. He or she will also be expected to
assume an active role within the Centre and the University.
Scholars of all ranks will be considered for this position. The
appointment will be made for a five year period, renewable after
review to retiring age.
Applications, including a curriculum vitae should be submitted by
December 1, 1994 to:
Ms. Joan Sinclair
Personal Assistant to the Bursar
Oxford OX5 1PY
Applicants should also ensure that letters of recommendation from
three referees are sent directly to the Centre by the same date.
Founded in 1972, the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
has become a leading institution in Europe for the study of Jewish
history, literature, religion, and culture. An independent
research centre, it maintains close ties with Oxford University and
provides most of the University's teaching in Jewish Studies. The
Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies is an equal opportunity
28 October 1994