Undergraduate and graduate students invited to apply. Rolling application deadline during Spring 2017.
The Religions and Pubic Life Initiative at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, in collaboration with the Duke Center for Jewish Studies, is pleased to announce a summer short course, July 12-17, on religious exchange and historical collaboration among the three Abrahamic Religions at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. A competitive fellowship to attend is available, funded by the Center for Jewish Studies. The course is taught by an international team of scholars as part of the emergent collaboration between Duke University, Bar-Ilan University and the University of Leipzig, Germany. Winners of the fellowship will have their course-related travel, accommodations, and tuition costs fully paid. Download the syllabus here.
To apply, send a one paragraph statement of interest explaining how the course fits your program of study at Duke and/or personal goals to Amber Díaz Pearson and Serena Bazemore. For any questions, contact Amber Díaz Pearson.