Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS) Graduate Student Fellowships 2022

Publish Date: Jul 04, 2021

Deadline: Aug 01, 2021

Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS) 2022 Graduate Student Fellowships for M.A. and Ph.D. students.

Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies
JSAS; 2022

The Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS) invites applications for the 2022 Graduate Student Fellowships for M.A. and Ph.D. students. Two fellows will be selected for 2022: one graduate student attending institutions in Europe and the Americas; and one graduate student attending institutions in Armenia, the Middle East, Turkey and throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica.

The JSAS is the foremost periodical dedicated to Armenian Studies in the Western Hemisphere. The journal publishes bi-annually, peer-reviewed scholarship from all disciplinary and comparative perspectives relating to Armenians and the field of Armenian Studies. The JSAS is committed to fostering new directions in the field, encouraging global, cross-cultural, and interdisciplinary submissions that align with cutting-edge scholarly research across all periods and research areas. The journal also features shorter pieces in the Reviews and Reconsiderations section (R&R) that inform us of new discoveries and engage in conversations around art, literature, and theory.

Selected graduate students will each help curate a contribution to the Reviews and Reconsiderations (R&R) section of the JSAS related to the interests of graduate students in their field of study. Please include with your application:
(1) A letter of interest
(2) A curriculum vitae
(3) A one-page description of your proposed project

Thanks to the support of the Society for Armenian Studies, each fellow will also receive a $500 monetary compensation. Applicants must make their membership to the SAS current before applying.

Submissions and questions should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Tamar M. Boyadjian at: jsas@brill.com.

Submission Deadline: 1 August 2021

2021 JSAS Fellows:

Nora Lessersohn—University College London
Erin Piñon—Princeton University

 

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Disciplines

Armenian Studies

Genocide

Study Levels

MA

Master’s

PhD

Opportunity Types

Fellowships

Eligible Countries

International