The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations and the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace is pleased to offer a post-doctoral fellowship, of up to 90,000 ILS (per annum) to scholars working on issues related to peace and conflict resolution.
Last date to submit applications is February 15, 2020
Fellowships will be paid over a period of twelve months from October 2020 until September 2021.
Applicants must submit their dissertation no later than September 30, 2020, or hold a doctoral degree granted after September 2017.
Fellows are expected to submit an article or other academic publication based on their research during the post-doc period. Any publication should acknowledge the support of the Davis and Truman Institutes. Fellows are also expected to be involved in both Institutes’ academic and public activities, as well as organize an academic event (public lecture, workshop, etc.).
Fellows will be eligible to receive a shared office space, full access to the Hebrew University libraries, and the Institutes’ facilities. Fellowship recipients are required to spend at least nine months in residence at the Leonard Davis Institute and the Truman Institute. During their stay, they are required to be present at their office at least three days a week.
Fellows who wish to receive the fellowship for a second year may submit a request during their first year of the fellowship.