Research Grants in Jewish Studies

Faculty affiliated with the Centre for Jewish Studies are eligible to apply for research grants in Jewish Studies.  Grants will be awarded for up to $2000 per year to cover costs associated with a research project in Jewish Studies.  Research Grant applications in Jewish Studies will be adjudicated by the Centre for Jewish Studies Grants Committee.  Preference will be given to faculty who have not received research support from CJS in the past two years.

Faculty affiliated with the Centre for Jewish Studies are eligible to apply for support for travel for the purposes of participating in an academic conference, workshop, or symposium that contributes substantially to research in Jewish Studies or to teaching of Jewish Studies at York University.  Support will be up to the amount of $750 per trip, with preference given to faculty who have not yet received such support in a given academic year, and may be used for travel costs, including airfare, ground transportation, conference fees, and lodging.  Faculty may apply for travel support in advance, and should submit to the Director of the Centre a letter of invitation or program indicating the purpose of travel, along with a budget that includes other sources of funding.

Graduate students affiliated with the Centre for Jewish Studies are eligible to apply for research grants in Jewish Studies.  Grants will be awarded for up to $1000 per year to cover costs associated with a research project in Jewish Studies. Research Grant applications in Jewish Studies will be adjudicated by the Centre for Jewish Studies Grants Committee.  Preference will be given to faculty who have not received research support from CJS in the past year.

Graduate students affiliated with the Centre for Jewish Studies are eligible to apply for support for travel for the purposes of participating in an academic conference, workshop, or symposium that contributes substantially to research in Jewish Studies or to teaching of Jewish Studies at York University.  Support will be up to the amount of $500 per trip, with preference given to graduate students who have not yet received such support in a given academic year, and may be used for travel costs, including airfare, ground transportation, conference fees, and lodging.  Graduate students may apply for travel support in advance, and should submit to the Director of the Centre a letter of invitation or program indicating the purpose of travel, along with a budget that includes other sources of funding.