Seeking Research Partner for German Historical Institute Research Tandem/Postdoc

Viola Rautenberg's picture

Dear all,

I am searching for a north-America-based research partner to jointly apply for the postdoc fellowship at the German Historical Institute in Berkeley, California. I am looking for someone working in the intersection of immigration, Gender, and Jewish history or related fields. The fellowship program is part of the research network “Knowledge in Transit - Migrants’ Knowledge in Comparative Perspective”.

https://www.ghi-dc.org/fellowships-programs/fellowships-grants/berkeley-history-of-migration-tandem-program.html?L=0

The GHI seeks to support   "a binational research tandem which links up two academics–one from Germany and one from North America–working on research in the field of history of migration. The projects should contain productive areas of overlap with the tandem partner either in their topics or in their conceptual frameworks."

I am working on the Gender history of the immigration of German Jews to Palestine in the 1930s and would be interested to further investigate this topic in comparison to the immigration and absorption in other countries, possibly but not necessarily within the emigration of German Jewry in the 1930s. 

Please contact me 

Viola.Rautenberg@gmail.com

Dear all,

I am searching for a north-America-based research partner to jointly apply for the postdoc fellowship at the German Historical Institute in Berkeley, California. I am looking for someone working in the intersection of immigration, Gender, and Jewish history or related fields. The fellowship program is part of the research network “Knowledge in Transit - Migrants’ Knowledge in Comparative Perspective”.

https://www.ghi-dc.org/fellowships-programs/fellowships-grants/berkeley-history-of-migration-tandem-program.html?L=0

The GHI seeks to support   "a binational research tandem which links up two academics–one from Germany and one from North America–working on research in the field of history of migration. The projects should contain productive areas of overlap with the tandem partner either in their topics or in their conceptual frameworks."

I am working on the Gender history of the immigration of German Jews to Palestine in the 1930s and would be interested to further investigate this topic in comparison to the immigration and absorption in other countries, possibly but not necessarily within the emigration of German Jewry in the 1930s. 

Please contact me 

Viola.Rautenberg@gmail.com