2020-2021 Fellowship at the Katz Center: "America’s Jewish Questions"
University of Pennsylvania
Deadline: September 23, 2019
The Herbert D. Katz Center at The University of Pennsylvania is now accepting applications for the 2020–2021 academic year on the theme of America’s Jewish Questions.
AICE would like to invite scholars to contribute articles related to all aspects of Jewish/Israeli history to the Jewish Virtual Library (www.JewishVirtualLibrary.org). The JVL is one of the most comprehensive and popular online resources to learn about Jewish history, politics and culture with approximately 25,000 entries that reach 500,000 users from more than 200 countries each month.
CADERNOS DE ESTUDOS SEFARDITAS is a biannual peer-reviewed journal, which is indexed to the international databases Latindex,
Qualis/CAPES, and WorldCat.
The editors invite authors to submit original research articles, which have not been previously published in other journal or
book, concerning Sephardic Studies, Iberian Conversos History, and Sephardic Diaspora.
The following issue of the journal will give priority to articles concerning the intellectual and artistic production from the
Sephardic Diaspora communities (15th-20th centuries).
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: GLOBALIZING FRENCH JEWISH POLITICS
DiFMOE pursues the goal of digitising historical printed works of the multi-ethnic cultural landscapes of Eastern Europe – specifically those areas inhabited (formerly) by larger German or German-speaking sections of the population - and making them freely
Proposals are invited for a two-day symposium, February 17-18, at Vanderbilt University that engages with and theorizes women's intellectual and artistic contributions to modern Yiddish culture. The dominant narratives of Jewish cultural history have, until very recently, excluded women’s contributions. Yet, women played central roles in shaping culture as intellectuals, artists, and consumers.
The Eastern Gaze. Eastern European Conceptualizations of the Non-European World
Call for Papers