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The Salo W. and Jeannette M. Baron Young Scholars Awards for Scholarly Excellence in Research of the Jewish Experience will be awarded to two young academic scholars from all fields of study who have completed an exceptional Master’s thesis and are currently writing a PhD dissertation, or have recently completed a PhD thesis all of which are related to the Jewish experience. The awards consist of two scholarships of up to € 7,500 each offered to two young international scholars for a research stay of three months at the University of Vienna

Deadline for application: July 31, 2024. Details

Rescheduled — The FID invites doctoral candidates and postdocs to participate in our Regional Forum Jewish Studies in Hamburg.

The one-day workshop will take place on July 4, 2024 at the Institute for Jewish Philosophy and Religion at Universität Hamburg . Participants are welcomed to share their experience with current research services and infrastructures (this may include search tool and databases used, the accessibility of literature and data, DH tools, etc.). The Regional Forum aims to explore current and futures needs for research in Jewish Studies and Israel Studies, among others enabling the FID to further develop its services.

We invite scholars from Hamburg and the region to register until June 24, 2024 on

Further information (in German)

The Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin – Centrum Judaicum invites applications for a research assistant (TV-L: E13 - 50%) in the areas of exhibitions, collections and digital work and PR, for the development of new digital-analogue exhibitions on Berlin’s Jewish history and present.
Deadline for application: June 23, 2024. Details

The City of Cologne together with various local institutions invites to the Jewish art festivel "AUFSCHIMMERN – ZEIT FÜR JÜDISCHE KUNST IN KÖLN" from May 28-31, 2024. The program features literature, cabaret, film, music, dance, and visual arts at various venues throughout the city. Further information (in German)

Bet Tfila - Forschungsstelle für jüdische Architektur in Europa an der Technischen Universität Braunschweig schreibt für “Jüdische Kulturerbe-Studien” - eine Stelle als wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in für die Erarbeitung einer Konzeptstudie aus. (EG 13 TV-L, Teilzeit bis zu 80% möglich)

Bewerbungsschluss: 6. Juni 2024 | Mehr

May 21, 2024 New trial-Licenses

We are happy to offer our registered users of our FID-Licenses trial access to two databases:

Encyclopedia of Jewish Book Cultures

The "Encyclopedia of Jewish Book Cultures of Brill Verlag places textuality and materiality of the book in the center of its investigation. The singularity of the Jewish book can only be understood in full if it is studied in its broader cultural and intercultural context. It covers more than 2000 years of Jewish book cultures from all corners of the earth.The Encyclopedia includes searchable full-text with richly illustrated articles.

De Gruyter Portal for Jewish Studies

The De Gruyter Portal for Jewish Studies provides access to all relevant databases in Jewish Studies of the prestigious publishing house:

German-Jewish History

  • Archive Bibliographia Judaica - German-speaking Jewry Online
  • German-Jewish sources from Palestine / Israel
  • Klemperer Online


  • Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations Online
  • Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception Online

Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust

  • Singerman Bibliography of Antisemitic Texts in English
  • Handbuch des Antisemitismus Online

You can register and log-in here

The FID invites doctoral candidates and postdocs to participate in our Regional Forum Jewish Studies in Heidelberg

The one-day workshop will take place on June 26, 2024 at the University for Jewish Studies Heidelberg. Participants are welcomed to share their experience with current research services and infrastructures (this may include search tool and databases used, the accessibility of literature and data, DH tools, etc.). The Regional Forum aims to explore current and futures needs for research in Jewish Studies and Israel Studies, among others enabling the FID to further develop its services.

We invite scholars from Heidelberg and the region to register until June 14, 2024 via

Further information (in German)

📣 The FID licenses are currently not available due to a technical issues

We are working on a solution

via NLI | The National Library of Israel invites senior scholars to apply for the Stewart and Lynda Resnick fellowship program during during Spring/Summer 2025.

The fellowship program is designed for scholars whose work will benefit from on-site access to the NLI special collections, in one or more of the Library’s core collection areas: Israel, Judaica, Islam and the Middle East, Humanities, and/or Israeli and Jewish music. The fellowship includes a generous stipend and a digitization allowance. Recipients of the fellowship will be in residence at the National Library of Israel for one-two months in the summer of 2025, during which they will pursue their research and give a public lecture.

The program is open to tenured professors who are not residents of Israel.

Dealine for application: June 30, 2024. Details

Oxford Centre for Hebrew & Jewish Studies invites applications for the Oxford Biblical Hebrew Summer School 2024, that will take place online from August 27 to September 6, 2024. The school offers nine days of intensive teaching in Biblical Hebrew. Each weekday, there will be 3 hours of teaching, delivered in two separate 90-minute sessions, from 11:30-13:00 and 14.00-15.30 UK time.
Deadline for application: July 12, 2024. Details

Yiddish Summer Weimar 2024 will take place from July 12 to August 17, 2024. In its third year the programm will once again be dedicated to comparing Yiddish and Ottoman cultures. In its 12 workshops in Yiddish language, instrumental and vocal music, dance, etc. the focus will be on Moldova as a historical region. These will be led by artists and academics. In addition, there will be a broad program with discussions, lectures and an international concert program.

Click here for the full programme

The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism & Policy (ISGAP) invites applications for the Annual ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute for Curriculum Development in Critical Contemporary Antisemitism Studies. The Workshop will take place from July 28 to August 9, 2024 at St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford. Purpose of the workshop is to map, decode, and combat the current explosion of global antisemitism, contributing to the development of contemporary critical antisemitism studies as a recognized academic discipline.

For exceptional candidates, limited scholarships are available.
Space is limited - Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.


via EAJS | The European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) announces the second round of the EAJS Small Research Grant Programme (SRGP). Funded by its core funder, the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, the programme offers support to full and student members for their individual research. Funding will be offered to fully paid-up Full Members of the EAJS as well as EAJS Student Members enrolled on a research degree (PhD) at a European institution of higher learning, to help them to pursue archival and library studies, as well as participating in conferences related to their area of research.

Deadline for application: June 27, 2024 | Details

via EAJS | The European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) announces the second round of the EAJS Small Research Grant Programme (SRGP). Funded by its core funder, the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, the programme offers support to full and student members for their individual research. Funding will be offered to fully paid-up Full Members of the EAJS as well as EAJS Student Members enrolled on a research degree (PhD) at a European institution of higher learning, to help them to pursue archival and library studies, as well as participating in conferences related to their area of research.

Deadline for application: June 27, 2024 | Details

via EAJS | The École Pratique des Hautes Études, PSL-University in Paris, France, invites applications for two Doctoral scholarships in the field of Hebrew Palaeography and Manuscript Studies. The successful candidates will prepare their doctorate at the EPHE, PSL, under the supervision of Professor Judith Olszowy-Schlanger and will join the team led by her in the framework of the ERC Synergy project MiDRASH (Migrations of Textual and Scribal Traditions via Large-Scale Computational Analysis of Medieval Manuscripts in Hebrew Script).

The invited doctoral proposals on individual topics are to be within the following broader fields:
Paléographie 1: “Medieval Hebrew Liturgical Manuscripts: Between France and Germany”
Paléographie 2: “The Mishnah and its Commentaries: Codicology, Palaeography and Book History”

Deadline for application: May 30, 2024 | Details

Goethe Universität zusammen mit dem Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland, Lehr- und Forschungsforum - Erziehung nach Auschwitz und den Freunden der Universität laden herzlich zur Rinvorlersung “Diversität und Diskurs. Antisemitismus. Erinerrungskultur. Demokratie. Wie (un-)politisch ist die Universität?” ein.

Die Ringvorlesung findet vom 28. Mai bis zum 9. Juli 2024 im Hörsaalzentrum Westend, HZ 6 der Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main statt.


28 Mai 2024

  • Grußwort Prof. Dr. Enrico Schleiff,
    Präsident der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Funktion, Leistung, Übersetzung.
    Wissenschaft und Politik zwischen gegenseitiger
    Enttäuschung und Erwartung

    Prof. Dr. Armin Nassehi, Institut für Soziologie,
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

4 Juni 2024

  • Jenseits von Singularität und Multidirektionalität – Plurale
    Erinnerungskultur als gesellschaftliche Herausforderung

    Prof. Dr. Frederek Musall,
    Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

11 Juni 2024

  • Lassen sich Erfahrungen „teilen“, Perspektiven
    Über Imagination, Tribalismus und Erinnerungskultur

    Prof. Dr. Markus Rieger-Ladich, Universität Tübingen

18 Juni 2024

  • Definitionen und Diversity. Antisemitismusforschung
    zwischen Politik, Polarisierung und Praxis

    Dr. Sina Arnold,
    Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung der TU Berlin

25 Juni 2024

  • Bildung und Judenhass.
    Historische und aktuelle Perspektiven auf den Umgang
    von Universitäten mit Antisemitismus

    Dr. Sebastian Voigt,
    Institut für Zeitgeschichte München-Berlin

2 Juli 2024

  • Krieg und gesellschaftliche Krisen. Was heißt es heute,
    Politische Wissenschaft zu betreiben?

    Prof. Dr. Nicole Deitelhoff, Peace Research Institute
    Frankfurt / Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

9 Juli 2024

  • Wie (un-)politisch ist die Universität?
    Podiumsgespräch mit

    Prof. Dr. Christian Wiese, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M.,
    Prof. Dr. Mirjam Wenzel, Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt a. M.,
    Prof. Dr. Sabine Andresen, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M.

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The Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) invites applications for fellowships at all career levels (from praedoc) at the Institute of Culture Studies . Projects shall focus on closing research desiderata in the field of antisemitism research in Austria. Deadline for application: May 30, 2024. Details

The FID Jewish Studies invites postdocs and doctoral candidates from Hamburg region to the Regional Forum Jewish Studies on May 22, 2024 (10:00-16:30) in Hamburg.

Join us to discuss the service requirements you have in Jewish Studies. Share with us your experiences with services provided by the FID for Jewish Studies and other research services in the field.

Our FID Regional Forum in Hamburg is organized in cooperation with the Institute für Jewish Philosophy and Religion at Universität Hamburg.

Please register by May 15, 2023.
For further information click here (in German)

The next Regional Forum will take place in Heidelberg Region on June 26, 2024. Further information soon

via H-Soz-Kult | The Center for Jewish Studies at Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz invites applications for the Petra Ernst-Fellowships for the winter semester 2024/25. The fellowship is aimed at researchers of different academic stages (pre-docs/post-docs) who work on a topic within the fields of European-Jewish literatures, culture, or history since the Enlightenment. Deadline for applications: June 15, 2024. Details (in German)

On the occation of Yehuda Amichai’s 100th birthday Würzburg liest e.V. organizes a series of events commemorating the work of the German-born Israeli poet. The events will take place in Würzburg in May 11-16, 2024, in cooperation with the a id="a3">Gesellschaft für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit in Würzburg und Unterfranken, the Leonhard Frank-Gesellschaft and the city of Würzburg. The full program can be found on the website of Würzburg liest e.V.

The World Union of Jewish Studies invites applications for its Ulpan Scholarhips Summer 2024 for BA, MA and PhD students and early career scholars of Jewish Studies. Applicants may apply to any of the Summer Ulpan programs offered by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University International School and University of Haifa. Deadline: April 30, 2024. Details

The Jewish Museum in Prague – in co-operation with the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews and the Consulate General of the Czech Republic in New York – invites applicants to submit their topic proposals for the Bohemian National Hall Annual Lecture on the History and Culture of Jews in the Czech and Slovak Lands. The lecture will be given in English and will be connected with a stay in New York between November 18–24, 2024. Deadline: May 31, 2024. Details via the Association of European Jewish Museums

An der Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg ist möglichst ab dem 1. Juli 2024 die Stelle eines Akademischen Mitarbeiters (m/w/d) im Fachbereich Talmud, Codices und Rabbinische Literatur (Teilzeitstelle 50 %) befristet zu besetzen. Die Dauer der Befristung richtet sich nach dem Qualifizierungsziel, eine Erstvertragslaufzeit sollte drei Jahre nicht unterschreiten. Bewerbungsschluss: 31. Mai 2024. Mehr

The Hebrew Studies section of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the field of modern reading traditions of the Hebrew Bible. The role includes the work on the compilation of a reference grammar of Biblical Hebrew. Deadline for application: May 1, 2024. Details

NFDI4Memory hosts its event series "From Books to Bytes: The Digital Transformation in Historical Studies - Learning, Teaching, and Research in the Age of Digitization", which discusses current topics and relevant fields of application in research and teaching with experts, researchers and lecturers. The event series takes place digitally. Organizers aims to publish presentations either on Zenodo or on YouTube . Full program and information

We are pleased to offer you a trial access to the database of the Henrietta Szold Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences. This license is specifically directed towards researchers in Israel Studies.

The Henrietta Szold Institute was founded in Jerusalem in 1941 and focuses on educational research and the social sciences.

You have access to three databases providing sources in Hebrew: bibliographic information and abstracts of research articles in the social sciences and education, published by Israeli researchers, in Israel and abroad in various languages; a collection of research tools for empirical research (e.g. questionnaires and scales); and digitized version of the journal “Megamot” and other publications of the Henrietta Szold Institute.

Please note, the databases are exclusively in Hebrew.

Access to the databases is possible until May 20, 2024.

Für Fragen nutzen Sie unser Kontaktformular.

The Research Center in Digital Humanities at the Hebrew University DH@HU invites applications for a post-doctoral fellowship in digital humanities for the academic year 2024-2025. DH@HU is an interdisciplinary research institute focused on the development and application of digital and computational approaches to the study of humanistic objects. Researcher in the digital Jewish Studies are welcome to apply for this fellowship. Deadline for application: April 30, 2024. Details

The Department of Jewish History and Bible of the University of Haifa invites applications for the Wolfson Chair Doctoral Fellowship in Jewish Thought for the 2024-25 academic year. Deadline for application: May 15, 2024. Details via H-Soz-Kult

The Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University invites for “Jewish Immigration Reconsidered”, a Symposium by this year’s Harry Starr Fellows in Judaica and Alan M. Stroock Fellows for Advanced Research in Judaica. The Symposium will take place at Harvard University on April 15, 2024, 16:30 (EDT). Details

April 2, 2024 Coffee Breaks April 2024

The FID for Jewish studies invites you to take part in the upcoming Coffee Breaks meetings. In these Coffee Breaks we present our work and digital services for researchers in Jewish Studies and Israel Studies working in German academic institutions.

Our next meetings (approx. 30 min. ) will take place in coming April, and each will focus on different subject:

on Tuesday, April 16, 2pm - we will talk about our FID Catalogue

on Wednesday , April 24, 11am - we will present our FID-Licences and will give you the opportunity to ask us about our work at the FID for Jewish studies.

Join us here:

Meeting-ID: 657 6095 1082
Password: 048707

The Coffee Breaks take place in German, however if neccesary we will gladly offer an English moderation.

April 2, 2024 Israeli Studies Workshop

The Center for Teaching of Jewish Civilization, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem with the support of Israel Institute, Washington, DC, invites scholars and lecturers teaching about Israel in universities around the world to apply for the workshop “Israel and the Middle East”. The Workshop will take place in Jerusalem, September 15-19, 2024. Deadline for application: May 31, 2024. Details

April 2, 2024 Sami Michael (1926-2024)

The Israeli author Sami Michael passed away on April 1, 2024. Born and raised in Baghdad, he immigrated to Israel in 1949.

In his works, Michael dealt with the migration experiences of Jews from Arab countries. In Israel, he was socially and politically active, advocating for peace between Jews and Arabs.

His most famous novel, "A Trumpet in the Wadi" was published in 1987.

You can find this and other works by Sami Michael in our catalog.

March 28, 2024 Arnold Goldberg Prize

The German Association for Jewish Studies and Jewish Theology (Fachverband Judaistik / Jüdische Studien / Jüdische Theologie in Deutschland e.V.) awards the Arnold Goldberg Prize amounting to 1,000 Euros on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. This prize recognizes an outstanding dissertation (magna or summa cum laude) in the fields of Judaic Studies, Jewish Studies and Jewish Theology submitted at a German university. A dissertation can be nominated by either the doctoral candidate or the primary supervisor for the Arnold Goldberg Prize. The nominating individual must be a member of the association. Deadline for application: May 31, 2024. Details in German

The organizing committee of the 29th Annual Jewish American and Holocaust Literature (JAHLit) Symposium welcomes individual and panel proposals that address the subjects of Jewish, Jewish-American, Holocaust literature and culture. Especially topics in critical and theoretical approaches to Jewish literature and film are invitied. They could include: new voices in Jewish American literature, transnational Jewish literature, Jewish literature of the Americas, Holocaust literature, the Holocaust in film and television, new media including graphic novels and digital media. The Symposion will take place in October 27-29, 2024 in Miami Beach. Deadline for submission of proposals: July 31, 2024. DETAILS

The École Pratique des Hautes Études, PSL-University in Paris, France, is hiring one postdoctoral research associate in Hebrew Palaeography, to work in the project Hebrew Manuscripts in the Digital Age. The successful position holder will be responsible for annotating palaeographical samples of Medieval Hebrew manuscripts for the online Hebrew Palaeography Album (HebrewPal). Deadline for application: May 30, 2024. DETAILS VIA EAJS

The Faculty of Theology at the University of Oslo invites applications for a tenured position as Associate Professor in Hebrew Bible with a focus on its reception in settings of inter-cultural and inter-religious encounters. Deadline for application: April 28, 2024. DETAILS

Die Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin – Centrum Judaicum sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt mit einer Befristung auf 2 Jahre eine*n Referent*in für Fundraising und Sponsoring, Freundeskreis und Pressearbeit („Funds and Friends“), unter anderem für die Planung, Koordination, Organisation und Evaluation neuer Fundraising-Maßnahmen. Bewerbungsschluss: 14. April 2024. MEHR

The Azrieli Foundation invites applications for the Azrieli International Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research at Israeli Universities in STEM, Humanities, and Social Sciences, for cadidates in all countries except Israel. Deadline for application: May 9, 2024. DETAILS

The Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies, the University of Vienna seeks to appoint a Full Professor of Jewish Studies with focus on Source History and Cultural History. The professorship should mainly be interested in Jewish texts and Jewish cultural history in the context of the rabbinic period (70 to 1000 AD) which is of central importance. Deadline for application: April 15, 2024. DETAILS

March 14, 2024 CON | AJS Conference

The Association for Jewish Studies invites applications for the 56th AJS conference. For detailed information about types of sessions, subject area divisions and the submission process see the Call for Papers. The Conference will take place online on December 15-19, 2024 online. Deadline: May 2, 2024. DETAILS

Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden invites applications for a One-Year Jewish Studies Program, dedicated to the study and interdisciplinary interpretation of the textual sources that have served as the wellsprings of Jewish civilization. Deadline for applications: April 14, 2024. DETAILS

International Conference on Jews in Krakow: History and Culture in Kraków in September 23-25, 2024, organizers are interested in case studies and micro-historical studies, as well as broader syntheses and particularly encourages papers dealing with methodological questions. Deadline for proposals: April 15, 2024. MEHR VIA JEWISH HERITAGE EUROPE

The Jewish Museum in Frankfurt am Main invites applications for the Head of the Education and Outreach-Programs department. The position involves personnel management, overseeing all administrative processes, and conceptualizing, organizing, and executing events. A university degree in Humanities or Social Sciences with a focus on Educational Sciences is required. Payment is according to EGr. 13 TVöD; Full/Part Time possible. Deadline for application: April 12, 2024. DETAILS IN GERMAN

The Jacob Robinson Institute for the History of Individual and Collective Rights at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites applications for visiting PhD Fellowships 2024/2025. Applications will be accepted from candidates from any discipline from non-Israeli universities who work on topics relevant to the Institute’s research interests, such as Modern Jewish and non-Jewish minority politics, Israel’s statehood, sovereignty, and its relationship with the Jewish and Israeli diaspora, and Forced displacement, history of human rights and humanitarianism. Deadline for application: April 5, 2024. DETAILS

The Taube Department of Jewish Studies, University of Wrocław, Poland invites applications for an Assistant Professor in the field of history/literary or cultural studies in the project “Discourses on Body in Jewish Culture in the Polish Lands between 1880-1939”. PhD in Humanities in history, literary studies or cultural studies is required, with reading skills in Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Polish and Russian. Deadline for application. March 22, 2024. DETAILS

We are happy to announce that our new portal is online!

Over the past few months, we have migrated our portal to a new technical platform and refreshed its design. Additionally, you'll find here the latest job postings, event notifications, and information about new projects. The portal also offers additional information and insights into our various services.

As usual you will find our Portal the FID catalog , along with access to our FID licenses.

Maintaining the portal is a work in progress; we will continuously expand its content and functionality.  

We welcome any suggestions and questions. Reach out to us via or use the contact form.

The new edition of our newsletter is now available

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The Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC) at Universität Hamburg inivites MA students, doctoral researchers, Postdocs and external participants to apply for the summer school on Hebrew Codicology, that will take place in Hamburg on July 15-19, 2024. Deadline for application: March 31, 2024. Details

The Haifa Center for German and European Studies at the University of Haifa is offering a doctoral scholarship of €20,000 per year (€1,600 per month) for a period of three years, totaling €60,000, starting in October 2024. The funds are provided by the German partner cities (Bremen, Düsseldorf, Erfurt, Mainz and Mannheim) of the City of Haifa as a contribution to the Archive of German-Speaking Jewry in Israel (Yekkes). The scholarship is dedicated to the research on “German-speaking Jewry in Israel". Deadline for applications: March 31, 2024. Details

The Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz Association invites abstracts for the international conference “Thinking Beyond the ‘Soviet Jewry’ Narrative. Localism, Diversity, and Subjective Experiences of Jews in the Soviet Republics under Late Socialism”. The conference will take place in Marburg, Germany in October 9-10, 2024. Details

The Hochschule für Jüdische Studien / University for Jewish Studies Heidelberg (HfJS) seeks to appoint a visiting professor to the Lilli and Michael Sommerfreund Chair in Jewish Studies for the academic term 1 October 2024 - 30 September 2025. The compensation corresponds to
W2 level. Deadline: April 19, 2024. Details

#CfA Das Niedersächsische Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur und die Volkswagen Stiftung und das  fördert Kooperationsprojekte in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften zwischen Forschenden aus Niedersachsen und Israel. Bewerbungsschluss: 31. Mai 2024. Details

der Fakultät für Geschichts- und Kunstwissenschaften der LMU München ist zum Wintersemester 2024/25 befristet bis zum Sommersemester 2028 (31.08.2028) eine Vertretungsprofessur (W3, 100%) für Jüdische Geschichte und Kultur zu besetzen. Schwerpunkt von Forschung und Lehre ist die jüdische Geschichte der Neuzeit. Grundlegende Kenntnisse der hebräischen Sprache werden vorausgesetzt. Bewerbungsschluss: 31. März 2024. mehr

The Institute for Jewish Studies at the University of Bern invites applications for a term-limited assistant and doctoral position (100%) starting from August 1, 2024. Candidates will be tasked with the development of a dissertation project, preferably in the field of Antiquity or the Middle Ages. Deadline: February 29, 2024. Details