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PhD Studentship for Jewish Studies

World ORT and the University of Southampton are pleased to announce a PhD fellowship of £10,000 per annum for a student applying to study Jewish History and Culture at the University of Southampton beginning in October 2018.

Students may work on any area or period of Jewish history or culture, and be registered in any department where they can be supervised by a member of the Parkes Institute. Alongside an application to the University of Southampton for their chosen course of study, applicants should submit a short CV and 300-word statement by Friday 9 February 2018.

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MA Jewish History and Culture

A rich encounter with the main currents in Jewish history and culture through the ages, drawing on and fostering the use of many different scholarly disciplines.

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PhD research supervision

Our doctoral students come from different disciplines, and from a diverse range of academic institutions within and outside the UK.

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The Parkes Institute has been involved in the commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day since the founding of the initiative in 2001. 

This year's event on 25 January 2018 will be titled 'The Power of Words'. The visiting speaker for the event is Dr Emmanuel Ngwa who worked for many years on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR).

The event will be hosted at The Spark, Southampton Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 0YN at 6pm. The evening is non-ticketed and all are welcome.

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