Finding Your Voice in Jewish Studies
The Stroum Center’s interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship program supports MA and PhD students from a wide variety of disciplines who research topics related to Jewish Studies.
Graduate Fellows share their research in public presentations and contribute short articles to the Stroum Center’s e-journal. The fellowship includes monthly workshops exploring the history and methodologies of Jewish Studies; professional development in the areas of public scholarship and library skills; and networking with Jewish Studies faculty.
The fellowship offers grants of $3,000 to awardees, and is made possible by the Stroum Center’s generous community supporters. Applications are accepted each year in the spring.
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- Vincent Calvetti-Wolf, Mickey Sreebny Memorial Scholar
- Kerice Doten-Snitker, Rabbi Arthur A. Jacobovitz Fellow
- Berkay Gulen, Robinovitch Family Fellow
- Hayim Katsman, Mervin & Georgiana Gorasht Fellow
- Lawrence Koster, Robert & Pamela Center Fellow
- Pablo Jairo Tutillo Maldonado, Richard M. Willner Memorial Scholar
Graduate Fellow Sara Molaie explains how two language activists approached the unlikely task of bringing ancient Hebrew and pre-Islamic Persian back into use.
Shem Tov de Carrión's "moral proverbs" about human nature and right rulership are surprisingly relevant today, Graduate Fellow Vivian Mills writes.
The Ladino language is a fusion of old and new. Graduate Fellow Molly FitzMorris reports back on a UCLA conference that explored just this idea.
The Stroum Center’s Graduate Fellowship was established in 2012 and has supported dozens of graduate students’ research in Jewish Studies. Explore past cohorts of Fellows and their research interests by academic year >