The Knapp Family Foundation Post-Doctoral / Junior Faculty Fellowship is intended for scholars from Israel and abroad who have shown exceptional excellence, depth and originality in their academic work, and whose research focuses on the phenomena of antisemitism, racism, discrimination and different forms of persecution throughout history, from different disciplinary angles and/or comparative perspectives in the fields of Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Law.
The Center will award up to two one-year fellowships — beginning October 1, 2023. Fellows are expected to be present at the Center for no less than three days a week and to participate in the Center's academic activities.
The Fellowship offers an annual stipend of $30,000.
Qualified candidates must have completed their PhD no earlier than October, 1, 2018. Candidates who have not yet graduated may apply; their acceptance will be conditional upon approval of their degree by October 1, 2023.
Last date to submit applications is April 30, 2023.
A. Please fill out the Online Personal Details Form
B. Please upload the following documents according to the upload instructions:
► Statement of research plan (3 pages, with title)
► Curriculum vitae
► List of publications
► Summary of the PhD (up to 3 pages)
► PhD degree certificate
C. Two letters of recommendation, including one from the applicant's dissertation advisor and one from a Hebrew University faculty member willing to serve as the applicant's sponsor - sent according to the guidelines described here
D. Please follow the instructions shown on 'Submission Status' page