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Current Openings


1. Scholarship at the Bucerius Institute for University of Haifa Graduate Students
2. Scholarship at the Bucerius Institute for Foreign Graduate Students
3. Scholarship for Research in Germany for University of Haifa Graduate Students

 

1. Scholarship at the Bucerius Institute for University of Haifa Graduate Students

The Bucerius Institute offers a scholarship for graduate students of the University of Haifa whose thesis topic lies in realm of the research and interest of the institute.

For inquiries please contact Amir Bar-On: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


2. Scholarship at the Bucerius Institute for Foreign Graduate Students

The Institute offers each year fellowship (from October or April each year) for foreign graduate students. The grant is for registered students, Ph.D.(preferably) or M.A. students, who are in the process of writing their thesis in areas of interest covered by the Institute.

The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage exchange between German and Israeli scholars. Study and research in Israel ought to form an essential part of the student's thesis.

Applicants should be fluent in German and English. Knowledge of Hebrew is an advantage but not obligatory. The student will assist, two days a week, in research and administrative tasks at the Institute. It is possible to participate in courses of his/her choice at the University of Haifa (courses to be taken for credits must be paid by the student). Applications should be submitted just upon Calls for Applications published on the institutes website.

 

3. Scholarship for Research in Germany for University of Haifa Graduate Students

The Institute offers several scholarships for advanced degree students whose stay in Germany could further their research. (Knowledge of German is not a prerequisite but would be of an advantage). The scholarship is 750 Euro per month for a period of 6 month. The scholarships are for second or third degree graduate students whose research has been approved and who are not exceeding the normal study period.


If you are interested, please e-mail your resume and abstract of your thesis and two recommendations to:Amir Bar-On: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

It should include:
· The Research Proposal
· Curriculum Vitae
· Two recommendations from Researchers in the Field of Study (one by the student's advisor and one by the advisor at the German University)

 

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Events

UPCOMING EVENTS: (Please click on the item)

 

Prof. Kirk Wetters (Yale University): Dominic Word Literature

Thursday, 28.12.2017, 12:00 - 13:30, Education Building, Room 570, Floor 5th

 

Prof. Alex Guilherme (Pontifida Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil): God as Thou and Prayer as Dialogue: Martin Buber’s Tools for Reconciliation

Thursday, 7.12.2017, 12:00 – 13:30, Education Building, Room 570, 5th Floor


 

 

 

 

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New Publication: Morris-Reich, Amos; Livne, Sharon (2017):  “Early Contacts in Genetics: A Historical and Sociological Perspective,” in: Simon Dubnow Yearbook, XV, 2016, (pp. 371-398)

 

Call for Papers - Annual Workshop for Young Scholars of German History and Culture in Israel, 2018

 

Newsletter Spring Semester 2017

 

The Bucerius Institute congratulates Mrs. Sonja Lahnstein-Kandel for earning the honorary degree of a Doctor of Philosophy, Honoris Causa. On this occasion the Bucerius Institute and the Haifa Center for German and Euopean Studies (HCGES) raised with her a toast.

 

New Publication: Morris-Reich, Amos; Rupnow Dirk (2017): Ideas of “Race” in the History of the Humanities, (Palgrave MacMillan)

 

interview with Prof. Amos Morris-Reich to Impact  or http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/sil/impact/2017/00002017/00000005/art00032

 

New Publication: "Children of Modernism. Political Consciousness and Socialization of Jewish Youth in Interwar Poland". PhD. Publication of our Lanhstein-Scholarship Holder, Kamil Kijek

 

September 6th - October 26th 2017 - Masada School Exhibition in Prague

 

New Publication: Dr. Anja Siegmund (Ed.): “German and Middle- European Jews in Palestine and Israel. Transfer of Culture, living environments and Identities – Haifa as an Example”

 

Book Presentation - 27th of October 2016, Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem

 

New Publication: Prof. Amos Morris-Reich: Race and Photography. Racial Photography as Scientific Evidence, 1876-1980.

 

 

 

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Bucerius Institute for Contemporary German History and Society
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Phone: +972 4 828 8232/3 | Fax: +972 4 828 8282

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