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Published on Monday, April 19, 2021Monday, April 19, 2021 by João Fernandes

Summary

The workshop seeks graduate students from all academic disciplines whose doctoral dissertations engage with the study of Israel. The workshop looks to provide a forum where students can raise and discuss any methodological, theoretical, practical, and ethical issues arising from their study of Israel. Presenters are encouraged to explain the nature of their research, any relevant hypotheses or research questions, and any proposed methodological and/or theoretical frameworks used.

Announcement

4th Graduate workshop, Monday 14 June 2021, 1.00pm-6.00pm (UTC)

Event Format

on-line event

Argument

The European Association of Israel Studies (EAIS) is pleased to announce its fourth graduate workshop in Israel Studies, to be held online on Monday 14 June from 1pm to 6pm (UTC) time.

The workshop seeks graduate students from all academic disciplines whose doctoral dissertations engage with the study of Israel. The workshop looks to provide a forum where students can raise and discuss any methodological, theoretical, practical, and ethical issues arising from their study of Israel. Presenters are encouraged to explain the nature of their research, any relevant hypotheses or research questions, and any proposed methodological and/or theoretical frameworks used.

This year, due to its extraordinary online nature, the workshop will be limited to two 90-minute sessions of student presentations, and one 60-minute session, led by the workshop organisers, that will focus on the ‘career’ side of PhD study.

The themes will this year likewise be limited to History (session One) and Politics (session Two).

How to register

If you are interested in participating, please email (info@israelstudies.eu)

- a brief abstract describing your research (maximum 250 words), and which indicates the session you would wish to present in,

- along with your CV.

If you would like to attend the workshop without giving a presentation, you are still more than welcome, just make this clear in your email.

Fees

The event is free to attend by EAIS members. For non-members registration fee is 30 EURO.

Timeline

The deadline for submitting the proposals is April 23th 2021.

The notification of acceptance will be sent by May 1st 2021

Academic council

  • Prof. Colin Shindler
  • Dr. Marcela Zoufalá
  • Prof. Sharon Pardo
  • Eve Benhamou
  • Dr. Olaf Glöckner
  • Dr. Peter Bergamin
  • Prof. Przemyslaw Turek
  • Prof. Joanna Dyduch

The moderator of the seminar will be Dr. Peter Bergamin, lecturer in Oriental Studies, Mansfield College, Oxford.

Contact

Any additional questions, please feel free to contact the event coordinator:

Dr. Magdalena Pycińska: info@israelstudies.eu

Partners

  • Pears Foundation 
  • Israel Institute
  • Institute of the Middle and Far East                                         

Date(s)

  • Friday, April 23, 2021Friday, April 23, 2021

Keywords

  • Israel Studies

Contact(s)

  • Eve Benhamou
    courriel : eve [dot] benhamou [at] sorbonne-nouvelle [dot] fr

Information source

  • Eve Benhamou
    courriel : eve [dot] benhamou [at] sorbonne-nouvelle [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Analysing the challenges of Israel Studies research », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, April 19, 2021Monday, April 19, 2021, https://calenda.org/867612

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