Post-Doctoral Fellowships of the Martin Buber Society

The Martin Buber Society – a joint initiative of the BMBF and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as well as a cooperation partner of the Zukunftskolleg – started a new call for applications. It offers generous fellowships in all fields of the humanities and social sciences for German and Israeli scholars who have completed their Ph.D. degree within the last five years. Fellowships are initially granted for two years and may be renewed further. The Society aims at providing young scholars with optimal conditions to pursue their research and to create a vibrant intellectual environment with a strong inter-disciplinary character. Fellows are given offices at the Hebrew University and participate in regular colloquia, seminars, workshops, and field trips.
The first group of Fellows has been in residence since September 2010. The second group arrived in October 2011 and the third in October 2012. The call for applications for 2013-2014 has just gone out and can be seen on the website:

There are also slots available for a few doctoral candidates in advanced stages of their research.
The deadline for applications is January 3, 2013.