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AJS Dissertation Completion Fellowships

The Association for Jewish Studies congratulates recipients of the 2022–2023 AJS Dissertation Completion Fellowships:

Fellowship Recipients

Carrie Cifers
University of Virginia, Department of Religious Studies
“Deciding Dinah: An Investigation in the Narrative Ethics of Genesis 34 and Its Re-Presentation in Jubilees, Josephus’ Judean Antiquities, and Joseph and Aseneth”

Molly Theodora Oringer
UCLA, Department of Anthropology
“Spatial Relations: Post-War Rehabilitation and the Afterlives of Jewish Terrains in Lebanon”

Steven Weiss Samols
University of Southern California, Department of History
“Capturing Difference, Making History: The Photobook as a Jewish Artifact”

Rebekah Van Sant-Clark
University of Oxford, Department of Theology and Religion
“Re-presenting Dislocation: The Poetics of Exile and Wilderness in Ancient Jewish Texts”

Honorary Fellow

Patrick Angiolillo
New York University, Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
“Praying By the Name: Divine Epithets in Ancient Jewish Prayer”

Finalists

Sarah Greenberg
Cornell University, Department of Government
“‘The Law Is Not in Heaven’: Authority and Covenant in Jewish Political Thought”

Philip Keisman
CUNY Graduate Center, Department of Modern European History
“‘If in a Town With a Post Office, Go to the Local Post Office’: A German-Jewish Mission to Civilize in the Central European Borderlands””


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