The Yetta and Frank Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies is pleased to
offer awards of up to $400 per academic year to support research and
conference attendance in any area of Jewish Studies. All faculty and
graduate students at the University of Delaware are eligible.
subject of research or conference presentations may address any aspect
of Jewish culture in the Diaspora or Israel, including history,
religion, language, literature, politics, economics, demography,
philosophy, and/or art. The award period runs from September1, 2017 to
September 1, 2018.
Funds may be used to offset the cost of
research or conference travel and attendance. Salary, stipends and
equipment are not eligible for funding.
Grant recipients may be
asked to present their research results as part of the Issues in Jewish
Studies (JWST201) spring public lecture series, as a guest lecturer in a
Jewish Studies course, or in another public forum.
To apply, send the following items in one single document to Kathleen Capallo firstname.lastname@example.org:
1) Brief description of the funding request.
2) Brief explanation of how the research or conference relates to the applicant's research goals or professional activities.
Line-item budget, including any available sources of support either
requested or already granted for the research or conference.
4) One-page CV.
will be considered on a rolling basis, but should be submitted at least
30 days before the intended research or conference travel commences.