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Research Fellowship "Race, Religion and American Judaism"

The Center for Jewish Ethics
The Center for Jewish Ethics, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, is sponsoring new research for a project titled “Race, Religion and American Judaism: Cross-Disciplinary Research, Public Scholarship and Curriculum Development.” We are seeking ten scholars in the humanities and humanistic social sciences to serve as research fellows, advancing scholarship on race, religion, and Jewish experience.
Fellows will pursue individual research projects with opportunities for consultation, coordination, and collaboration with other Fellows. Fellows will be awarded a $6,500 stipend for their participation.
You can find more information and the application form at this link. The application deadline is Monday, February 21st. Please feel free to contact JewishEthics@RRC.edu with any questions you have.

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