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Israel Studies



Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowships

The Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park, invites applications for the 2012-13 academic year. Appointments will be one or two semester positions. Full health benefits are included.

Eligibility

· Applicants must have completed their Ph.D. by August, 2012.

· We are less interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and more in other aspects of Israel Studies.

Responsibilities

Fellows will be expected to be at College Park full-time, teach two courses each semester, and participate in the Institute’s activities. Some teaching may be at the post-graduate level.

Applications

Applicants should submit a detailed letter of interest, C.V. (including publications - with links if possible - and teaching experience), the names and emails of 3 references, and at least 3 descriptions (2-3 sentences each) of courses they would be qualified to teach. A sample sylla­bus is welcome but not required.

GIIS is the fastest growing Israel Studies program in the U.S., located just outside Washington D.C. In addition to teaching and research, the GIIS also functions as a think tank, involved in public discourse and part of the policy community in the U.S. capital.

Applications are due by February 15, 2012Edit

Material should be emailed to Jennifer Kilberg at jkilberg@umd.edu Edit

For more information about Israel Studies at UMD visit: www.israelstudies.umd.eduEdit

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