Call for applications: Masters/Doctoral Fellowship Water Law in Mandate Palestine
Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law
This call is for a one-year or semester-long fellowship for a graduate student wishing to work on the history of water law in Israel/Palestine or a related topic (such as the history of water law in a related jurisdiction, the history of related areas of law in Israel/Palestine, legal transfers in the British Empire, etc.). The fellowship is part of the Israel Science Foundation-funded research project headed by Dr David Schorr: "Private and Public Water Rights in Mandate Palestine and Early Israel". TAU Law and its Berg Institute for Law and History are vibrant and collegial centres of legal history where candidates can expect interactions with a variety of interesting scholars in the field, and access to a wide range of historical and legal databases is available.
Eligible candidates will be one of the following:
- a candidate for a research degree in another university, or in another faculty of TAU, wishing to spend a period as a visiting researcher at TAU Law;
- a candidate for an LLM or PhD degree TAU Law's Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies;
- an applicant for an LLM or PhD at the Meitar Center (candidates must apply separately to the Meitar Center for admission, and receipt of the fellowship will be contingent on acceptance to a degree program).
- The fellow will receive a monthly stipend of between approximately ILS 4,500 (for masters students) and 11,000 a month, in accordance with university rules and subject to available matching funds, and also some funding for travel to conferences. TAU students will also receive a tuition waiver. The fellow may re-apply for funding in subsequent years, university rules permitting.
The fellow will be expected to participate in weekly workshops and seminars at TAU, and in general be in residence at TAU.
Interested individuals should send the following documents (in English or Hebrew) to email@example.com
- a cover letter describing a research agenda and its relevance to the topic of the history of water law in Israel/Palestine
- transcript of grades from the last degree
- 2 letters of recommendation sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
- writing sample
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