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January 2018

6th Annual Conference on Israel Studies

University of Wrocław, Poland

Last September, the EAIS proudly held its sixth annual conference on Israel Studies in the beautiful city of Wroclaw, Poland. The conference was kindly hosted by the University of Wroclaw, the largest university in the region, and was widely regarded as our most successful event to date. 

The EAIS would like to thank all our guests and panellists for joining us for the conference. With over 180 delegates across the three day event and internationally renowned keynote speakers, we can now confidently claim to be Europe's leading conference on Israel Studies.

The city of Wrocław provided an historically challenging, yet rich and beautiful venue for our first conference in Central and Eastern Europe. The field of Israel Studies is growing across Central and Eastern Europe, and this conference was vital for the EAIS to connect with scholars from the region.

To find out more about our conference, and to catch up on the plenary sessions, please follow this link to our website.

7th Annual Conference on Israel Studies

Following on from our success in Poland, we have already begun preparing for our 2018 conference. The EAIS 7th Annual Conference will be held at SOAS, University of London, from Sunday 2 September to Tuesday 4 September 2018. The panels will take place in the Brunei Gallery, located right in the heart of Bloomsbury

We will shortly be announcing the title and releasing the call for papers. For more information, contact the EAIS office.

Collaborative Conference with the University of Jagiellonian University, Krakow

The Institute of Jewish Studies of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, and The Institute of Middle and Far East of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, in cooperation with The European Association of Israel Studies, invite you to the international conference:

"Social and Political Dynamics in Israel. Jewish State 70 years after the Declaration of Independence"

7th- 9th May 2018

Jagiellonian University, Krakow.

The Call for Papers has now been released.

The Naomi Prawer Kadar International Yiddish Summer Program at Tel Aviv University will take place on the Tel Aviv University campus from 1st July to 26th July, 2018.

The program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at different levels. Language instruction will be supplemented by an afternoon program of lectures, conversation workshops, tours, and by an evening program of cultural and social events.

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The international Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme awards fellowships to doctoral students who carry out research into the history and culture of Central European Jewry. It is open to doctoral candidates of any nationality, studying at any university. All fellows remain at their home institution, but get together for two workshops which are jointly organised by the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and the Leo Baeck Institute London. Up to 12 fellows will be selected for the programme in the academic year 2018/19.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship: the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Centre for Israel Studies

Applications are invited for one-year postdoctoral positions related to Israel Studies that will begin in the Fall of each academic year. One or two fellowships may be provided each year, depending upon funding availability.

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The Summer Institute for Israel Studies provides a rigorously academic approach to the teaching of Israel Studies on college campuses. Since 2004, university and college faculty members have been invited to Brandeis University, Massachusetts, to develop courses in history, politics, film, Jewish studies, religion, law, anthropology, linguistics, security studies, and more. Apply now for this competitive fellowship program, which gives you the foundation to teach about Israel in any discipline. Faculty teaching outside of Israel are eligible to apply.

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European Association of Israel Studies

Room 418, College Buildings

SOAS University of London

Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square
London WC1H 0XG

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7898 4358

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