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Apt in Philadelphia

We are looking for someone to live in our house and take care of our cat for six weeks this winter, from December 28, 2014 to February 8, 2015.  We live in a spacious condo in the Mount Airy neighborhood in Northwest Philadelphia, near the vibrant Germantown Jewish Centre, a wonderful food co-op, convenient train service to Center City (University of Pennsylvania, Center for Advanced Jewish Studies, Temple University), and a fabulous diner around the corner.

Seminar: The Ginor Seminar in Jewish Literary Studies presents "Jewspeak and Its Aftermath: Speech and Orality in Modern Jewish Discourse"

The Ginor Seminar in Jewish Literary Studies

of The Jewish Theological Seminary

and

The Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University

invite you to a one-day conference on

Prize: Luckens Prize Submissions Due. Oct. 20, 2014

The Jewish Studies Program at the University of Kentucky invites entries for the annual Mark and Ruth Luckens Essay Competition in Jewish Thought and Culture.  The Luckens Prize is awarded to the best unpublished original essay that is also suitable for oral presentation to a general audience and is written by a graduate student or recent Ph.D.

Prize: AAJR - Baron Prize Winner Recipient

AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR JEWISH RESEARCH

Congratulations Salo Baron Prize Winner Recipient

The American Academy for Jewish Research is pleased to announce the winner of its annual Salo Baron Prize for the best first book in Jewish studies published in 2013. The prize, which comes with a $5,000 award to be presented at the annual luncheon at the AJS Conference, will honor:

Workshop: AAJR - Workshop for Early Career Faculty in Jewish Studies

American Academy for Jewish Research
is pleased to announce a 

Workshop for Early Career Faculty in Jewish Studies

to be held at the Department of Jewish Studies
and the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey 

June 2 – 5, 2015

Grant: AAJR - Graduate Student Travel Grants

AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR JEWISH RESEARCH

Graduate Research Funding Opportunities

AAJR announces a grant for graduate student summer research funding. We will provide several stipends of no more than $4,000 to graduate students in any field of Jewish Studies whose department does not provide funds for travel to archives, libraries, or other research sites abroad. The funds are not intended for language study or purchase of equipment.

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