Vacancies: Four salaried PhD positions, Lund University

The Centre of Theology and Religious Studies at Lund University will shortly advertise four paid PhD positions in a range of fields including Jewish Studies. Applicants will be asked to submit course transcripts, a copy of their MA thesis and a dissertation plan. The successful candidates will receive full funding for four years and will be required to spend the larger part of that … Continue reading Vacancies: Four salaried PhD positions, Lund University

Postgraduate training event – Nordic Network for Jewish Studies, 22-23 September 2020 (online via zoom)

On Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 September Lund University (Sweden) will be hosting the Nordic Network for Jewish Studies' first postgraduate forum, themed on Ancient and Medieval Jewish History and Literature. https://nordicnetworkforjewishstudies.com/2020/09/08/event-the-first-nordic-postgraduate-forum-in-ancient-and-early-medieval-jewish-history-and-literature-lund-university-22-23-september-2020/ Click through to see the blogpost about the event. Papers will be presented by six current doctoral students from around the Nordic region … Continue reading Postgraduate training event – Nordic Network for Jewish Studies, 22-23 September 2020 (online via zoom)

Conference Report: BAJS presents “Perspectives from a New Generation of Scholars” (15 July 2020)

As BAJS members will know, this year’s annual conference on “World in Crisis: Reflections and Responses from Antiquity to the Present” due to take place on 13th-15th July had to be postponed to next summer as a result of Covid-19. Instead BAJS President Helen Spurling and BAJS Secretary David Tollerton, along with members of the … Continue reading Conference Report: BAJS presents “Perspectives from a New Generation of Scholars” (15 July 2020)