RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS:

Harry Starr Fellowship in Judaica

The Starr Fellowship covers travel expenses and a stipend for a group of scholars from around the world to gather at Harvard to engage in full-time research in a designated subject area in Judaica. Applicants may come from any discipline in the humanities or social sciences associated with studies in Judaica; junior faculty are especially encouraged to apply.
PhDs are required and Fellows must be in residence
.

Application Deadline has passed.

Daniel Jeremy Silver Fellowship

The Silver Fellowship provides an opportunity for an active congregational rabbi to spend a full semester at Harvard University researching an area of Jewish scholarship. The Fellowship will provide generous funding for one semester at Harvard and is intended to allow the recipient to begin, continue, or complete a piece of serious research in some area of Jewish scholarship before he or she returns to congregational life.

Application Deadline has passed.

GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS:

Summer Study and Research Fellowships for Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Students

The Harvard University Center for Jewish Studies has limited funds available to support qualified Harvard GSAS students in the field of Jewish studies with summer research or study opportunities.

Application Deadline has passed.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS:

Summer Study and Research Fellowships for Harvard Undergraduate Students
The Harvard University Center for Jewish Studies has limited funds available to support qualified Harvard College students with summer research or study opportunities in Jewish studies.

Application Deadline has passed.

UNDERGRADUATE PRIZES:

Selma and Lewis Weinstein Prize in Jewish Studies

$2,500 awarded to the Harvard College student with the best essay on a Jewish theme.

Application Deadline has passed.

Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of the Weinstein Prize

The Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Selma and Lewis Weinstein Prize in Jewish Studies.  Nancy Ko '17, a junior in Kirkland House, Elena Florence Hoffenberg ’16 and Jacob Moscona '16, both seniors in Cabot House have won this year’s Selma and Lewis Weinstein Prize in Jewish Studies.  The Weinstein Prize, which is given to the Harvard University student who submits the best undergraduate essay in Jewish studies, was established by Lewis H. Weinstein, A.B. 1927, LL.B. 1930

Ko
Nancy Ko's entry, “Iran's Dreyfus: The Habib Affair of 1915 between Alliance and Empires" awarded the first place prize.

Nancy's abstract

Hoffenberg
Elena Hoffenberg’s entry, “Of Nation and Neighborhood: Rabbi Wentworth Arthur Matthew and the Commandment Keepers Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation of Harlem” also awarded the first place prize.

Elena's abstract 

Moscona
Jacob Moscona’s entry, “Cloak of Meritocracy: Harvard’s ‘New Plan’ of Admissions and the ‘Jewish Problem’” awarded the runner-up prize.

Jacob's abstract

Other Fellowships available outside of CJS:

There are a number of other funds available to students through the Office for International Programs at Harvard:

For more information on these funds,
please see the
OIP website

 


 


Other Fellowships available
outside of CJS:

 

There are a number of other funds available to students through the Office for International Programs at Harvard:

For more information on these funds,
please see the
OIP website



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