Aronson Foundation provides funding for international research students to study about Jewish women and gender issues, Massachusetts, 2013
Scholarship Program: HBI Research Awards
Type of Award: Grant
Nationality: Any nationality
Employer: Aronson Foundation
Level of Study: Research
Subjects(s): artistic projects on Jewish women and gender issues
Duration: Not known
Number of Awards: Not known
Am I Eligible? Applications from outside the United States (in English) are welcome. There is no residency requirement. Open to applicants irrespective of gender or religion.
What does it cover? – Junior grants up to $2000 awarded to graduate students enrolled in recognized Ph.D. programs and new scholars – generally within 3 years of receiving a Ph.D.
- Senior grants up to $5000 awarded to established scholars and professionals.
How do I Apply? By post
Scholarship Description: The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute awards grants to support interdisciplinary research or artistic projects on Jewish women and gender issues. Scholars, activists, writers and artists who are pursuing research on questions of significance to the field of Jewish women’s studies may apply. The HBI Research Awards are funded by The Aronson Foundation, the estate of Milicent Jick for an award in the Arts, the HBI Board and by members of several HBI Conversations groups.
Application closing date: September 13, 2012