The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations is pleased to offer a post-doctoral grant, the Sophie Davis Fellowship, to Israeli and overseas applicants who are working on issues related to gender, conflict and peace. Applicants must submit their dissertation no later than September 30 of the application year, or hold a doctorate degree; priority will be given to candidates who received their PhD degree within the last two years.
The fellow is expected to submit an article or other academic publication, based on her/his research during the post-doc. Any publication should acknowledge the support of the Sophie Davis Fellowship. The fellow is also expected to be involved in the Institute’s academic and public activities. The elected fellow will also be expected to coordinate the new Forum on Gender, Conflict and Peace, and be actively involved in its activities (organizing lectures and symposia).
The fellow will be eligible to office space, full access to the Hebrew University’s libraries, and the Institute’s facilities. Fellowship recipients are required to spend at least nine months at the Leonard Davis Institute over the course of the academic year for which they receive the grant.
Application deadline is commonly in March. Visit funder website for more information.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen