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Stellenausschreibungen und Stipendien

Gastprofessur für Jüdische Kulturgeschichte mit einer Vergütung nach BesGr. W3

Universität Augsburg, Philologisch-Historische Fakultät

Dauer: Sommersemester 2022 (01.04.2022-30.09.2022)

Bewerbungsfrist: 31. März 2021

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Stipendien des Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerks (ELES) und des Leo Baeck Institute New York (LBI) zum Wintersemester 2021/2022

Promovierendenförderung durch ELES: Bewerbungsfrist 01.-31. März, Aufnahme am 01. Oktober 2021

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Internationales Ismar-Elbogen-Stipendium von ELES & LBI: Bewerbungsfrist 31. März

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Call for Applications: Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center Fellowship Program

Doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships at the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Center at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2021-2022 Fellowship Theme: Theological-Political Predicaments: Representations of Religion and Politics in the German-Jewish Context

Application Deadline: April 4, 2021

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Call for Applications: Salo W. and Jeanette M. Baron Young Scholar Awards for Scholarly Excellence in Research of the Jewish Experience

University of Vienna and Salo W. and Jeanette M. Baron Foundation

Deadline for Application: March 15, 2021

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Tagungen und weitere Veranstaltungen

Call for Applications: Graduate Student Working Group "Knowledge, Material Texts, and Jewish History"

This international working group aims to be a forum for graduate students and early stage post-doctoral researchers who study the materiality of Jewish texts – for example, Hebrew manuscripts, printed Yiddish books, Iberian archival materials, or other artifacts – and the gamut of knowledges cultivated therein – from kabbalah to the natural sciences, from halachic literature to alchemy. The group will be oriented towards method and theory: What could it mean for Jewish intellectual history to foreground manuscript copying and print technology, scribal habits and editorial practices, scholarly networks and educational institutions? What economic and social forces impacted text production, and what cultural norms and intellectual tendencies influenced the transformation and circulation of knowledge among Jewish writers and readers? These are the sorts of questions we hope to ask about Jewish history, with an emphasis on the medieval and early modern periods but without geographical boundaries.

Beginning on April 5, 2021 (precise time TBD), the group will initially meet virtually once a month. Eventually, we intend to convene an in-person workshop or conference as pandemic conditions permit. Meetings will take place in English, and will have three general formats:

1. Focused Discussions: The core component of our meetings will be discussions of specific topics. Potential topics include theoretical concepts (transmission, reception, circulation, influence, networks), methodological issues (multi-text manuscripts, marginal notes, printed paratexts, itinerancy, translation), and historiographical trends (history of knowledge, global history, micro-history, material philology, book history). Relevant readings will be pre-circulated.
2. Research Presentations: Participants will have the chance to present and receive feedback on a shared draft (such as a dissertation chapter or draft article).
3. Guest Sessions: Senior scholars will occasionally be invited to have a conversation with the members of the group and to present their research and perspectives.
Please email Avinoam Stillman (avinoam.stillman@fu-berlin.de) or Dr. Agata Paluch (agata.paluch@fu-berlin.de) with expressions of interest, including a short description of your research topics, by March 1, 2021.
This working group is organized by Patterns of Knowledge Circulation: The Transmission and Reception of Jewish Esoteric Knowledge in Manuscripts and Print in Early Modern East-Central Europe, funded by DFG (German Research Foundation) and based at Free University Berlin.

Call for Abstracts: Jews Along the Silk Road

Inter­national Conference on Migration Routes, Entangled Spaces, and In-between Positions

Deadline for Abstracts and short bio: March 15, 2021

Conference Dates: October 10-12, 2021

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Neuerscheinungen

Daniel Vorpahl. Aus dem Leben des Buches Jona: Rezeptionswissenschaftliche Methodik und innerjüdischer Rezeptionsdiskurs

Studies of the Bible and Its Reception (SBR) 17, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter

2021. 517 Seiten, ISBN 9783110699128

119,95 €

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