The Association for Jewish Studies invites early career scholars and graduate students to participate in the annual conference’s mentorship program. Mentees will be matched with a senior scholar to discuss various aspects related to career development and the publication and grant-writing processes, among other potential topics. Mentees will meet with their mentors at a mutually agreed upon time during the conference.
To apply to the mentorship program, complete the application form by Thursday, November 15. Applicants, who must be current 2018–2019 AJS members, will have the opportunity to name your top three choices of mentors from the list of participating scholars.
Contact Amy Weiss at email@example.com with questions.
Art in America, Europe, and Israel; comics and graphic novels; other forms of American popular culture and Holocaust in art
Jewish languages; Jewish English; social science; Orthodox Jews; Jewish education
Jewish religious history in the 19th and 20th centuries (religious trends, popular religion, sermons and homiletic literature)
American Jewish history, 20th century Jewish history, postwar, Master of Library & Information Science
Education, social science, how we know things, music, North America
Modern and contemporary Jewish American literature and cultural studies, including media, popular culture, legal history; Yiddish American literature and culture
American Jewish history/culture, particularly before the civil war, digital humanities, and material culture; perspective of liberal arts colleges
Russian Jewish history, Yiddish culture, Jews and sexuality, diaspora studies, Holocaust studies
Biblical studies and Jewish thought, history of Israelite religion, worship in ancient Israel, theologies of revelation, phenomenology of religion
Cultural history of Judaism in late antiquity, rabbinic studies, early Jewish mysticism, magic, ritual studies
Early modern Jewish religious and culture history, Jewish-Christian relations, the politics of religion
American Jewish history, with interests in immigration, gender, historical memory, and cultural, social, and religious history
Feminist studies and modern Jewish literature