Grants and Prizes 2016-2017: Call for Candidates
Prize for an Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis:
Dr. Gil Weissblei (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
"The Revival of the Hebrew Book Art in Weimar Germany"
Prize for an Outstanding M.A. Thesis:
Daphna Dolinko (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
"Soviet Policy toward the Ukrainian State Jewish Theater in Chernivtsi in 1944-1950: from Support and Extension to the Persecution and Elimination"
Research Grants for M.A. students:
Lee Bartov (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
"A Temple of a Desperate Man - The Philosophy of Lev Shestov and Its Acceptance at the Hebrew Culture in the Early Twentieth Century"
Research Grants for Ph.D. Candidates:
Zvi Orgad (Bar Ilan University)
"Eliezer-Zusman: An Eighteenth-Century Synagogue Painter at Work"
ulia Rusakova (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
"Jewish involvement in the landholdings and leasing monopoly rights in Lutsk district of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1569-1647"
Isaac Slater (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
"Nationalism, Mysticism and Modernity in the Thought of Rabbi Shmuel Alexandrov"
Daria Vasyutinsky (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
"Avraham Harkavy, the Firkowicz Collections, and Contemporary Orientalists"
Post-Doctoral Research Grants:
Dr. Chen Bram (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
"Migration and Cultural Identity: Children and Youth Repatriates from the Caucasus: between Labeling and Dialogue
Dr. Anat Vaturi (Tel Aviv University)
"Beyond Theology? Everyday Encounters between Jews and Protestants in Post-Reformation Cracow"