We are pleased to welcome Alexandra Herzog as our first post-doctoral fellow in Jewish Studies and lecturer in the CAS Core Curriculum. Alexandra Tali Herzog, a doctoral candidate in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University, is scheduled to defend her dissertation this June and will join BU in September. Alexandra specializes in modern Jewish literature and culture, with an emphasis on Yiddish literature in America (Isaac Bashevis Singer).
Three Graduate Fellowships Available
The Jewish Studies Program is happy to announce that it has 3 graduate fellowships to offer suitably qualified students entering the PhD. Program. The fellowships are for 3 years and provide a full GRS tuition and a duty-free living stipend (currently worth $20,300 per year). Applicants should refer to the Boston University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Admissions Website, http://www.bu.edu/cas/prospective-students/graduate-admissions/ for application instructions and links. Please refer to the Division of Religious and Theological Studies Web site, http://www.bu.edu/drts/admissions/ for program details. The deadline for the submission of applications to the graduate program is January 15, 2013.