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Genocide Resistance – Funding for 4-week visiting Ph.D. fellowship – University of Southern California

Deadline:

February 28, 2011

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Call for Applications:

Visiting Ph.D. Fellowships: Resisting the Path to Genocide, a College 2020 Research Cluster at the University of Southern California (USC), offers funding for one visiting Ph.D. candidate per semester, beginning in Spring of 2011.

The grant will be up to $4000 and shall allow the candidate to conduct research at USC for four weeks.

We are accepting international applications from Ph.D. candidates at any university, from any relevant discipline, who are working on a subject relevant to the cluster’s activities. (Information about the questions and the scope of the research cluster can be found at http://college.usc.edu/2020-resistance)

An interdisciplinary committee of faculty members involved with the research cluster will select the candidate, who will be chosen on the basis of:

- how closely the candidate’s research relates to the topic of genocide resistance, and can contribute to scholarly discussion of genocide resistance within the cluster
- the extent to which the use of USC’s resources will enable the candidate to further his or her ongoing research, or to conduct a smaller research project during the length of his or her stay at USC

USC is the home of internationally unique research resources, including 52,000 audio visual testimonies of Holocaust survivors at the Shoah Foundation Institute archive, a Holocaust and genocide studies collection with 11,000 primary and secondary sources, and a Special Collection containing papers of Jewish emigrants including the Lion Feuchtwanger collection. In addition, the Greater Los Angeles area houses one of the largest genocide survivor communities (Armenia, Holocaust, Cambodia, Guatemala, etc.) in the world.

The fellow will be expected to provide the cluster with fresh perspectives, to play a role in the cluster activities, and to give a paper at one of the internal cluster workshops. The aim is to enhance the discussion of genocide resistance and foster a future network of scholars.

Candidates should submit a CV, a research proposal including a project outline and methodology, and two letters of recommendation to Alida Liberman(aliberma@usc.edu).

The deadline for Spring 2011 is Monday 28 February.

http://college.usc.edu/2020-resistance-applications/

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