Jobs Related to Israel Studies


Assistant/Associate Professor of Israel Studies and Jewish Studies

The Pennsylvania State University Jewish Studies Program invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in Israel Studies and Jewish Studies. Research focus and teaching interests are open, but applicants should have expertise in Israel Studies, Israel-Diaspora relations, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and Middle East studies. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses at all levels in the history and cultures of Israel, in global Jewish communities, and (preferably) in American Jewish history, and they will also be able to teach broad survey courses in Jewish history and the foundation Jewish studies course. Applicants should be able to enhance the interdisciplinary strengths of the Jewish Studies Program, demonstrate an active research agenda, and contribute immediately to the undergraduate missions of the Jewish Studies Program and the College of the Liberal Arts; competitive candidates will have at least three years of undergraduate teaching experience. In addition, we expect the candidate to contribute to a developing Jewish Studies graduate program and an emerging Middle East Studies Program. The appointment will be held in the Jewish Studies Program, but we also welcome candidates who could be cross-appointed in a disciplinary field. The position will begin preferably in August 2020. Normal teaching load is 2-2. Ph.D. in a relevant field of study is required at the time of appointment. Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, a letter of application, a one-page description of current and future research, and one to three articles and/or book chapters. Additionally, please arrange to have three letters of reference sent to Keshia Kennelley (mailto:kak43@psu.edu). Application review will begin September 15, 2019, but dossiers will be accepted until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Ms. Kennelley for forwarding to the appropriate faculty member.

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ISRAEL INSTITUTE: TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES

FOR ISRAELI FACULTY:

VISITING FACULTY PROGRAMS
Our Visiting Faculty Programs bring Israeli academics to universities in the United States and Europe to teach about modern Israel. Visiting Faculty will spend an academic year abroad lecturing and expanding their academic circles, while sharing their subject-matter expertise with students and surrounding communities.

More Details: https://israelinstitute.org/programs/visiting-israeli-faculty

FOR ALL SCHOLARS:

TEACHING FELLOW PROGRAM
Our Teaching Fellow Program places academics of various ranks and nationalities, with the expertise to teach several courses about modern Israel on American campuses. This program is designed for Israel experts who are free to be placed by the Israel Institute at colleges and universities across the United States for multi-year appointments.

More Details: https://israelinstitute.org/content/programs/teaching-fellow-program

INTERNATIONAL SHORT COURSE GRANTS
Our International Course Grant Program supports courses about modern Israel at highly ranked colleges and universities outside the United States and Israel that do not have resident Israel Studies experts. These grants enable scholars to travel to schools to teach intensive or full-length courses about modern Israel. We accept applications from both academic institutions and from individual faculty members interested in this program.

More Details: https://israelinstitute.org/programs/international-short-course-grants

Our Mission
The Israel Institute is dedicated to strengthening the field of Israel Studies in order to promote knowledge and enhance understanding of modern Israel. The Israel Institute works in partnership with universities and think tanks to increase opportunities for the study of Israel and catalyze deeper engagement with the country in the academic, cultural, and policy sectors.

In the United States and around the world, the Israel Institute provides scholars, policy experts, and artists with the resources to study and discuss Israel in a comprehensive and rigorous manner. Through its various programs, the Institute advances exemplary scholarship in a wide range of disciplines that provides in-depth coverage of Israel for students and policymakers while also serving as an access point for new learners to become familiar with the country.

To learn more about what we do and our breadth of programs, please visit our website: https://israelinstitute.org/



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