The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel Aviv University, offers one or two Post-Doctoral Fellowships for the academic year 2022-23. The recipients will spend the academic year at the institute pursuing their own research project while interacting with faculty and students.
Fellowship award will be based on consideration of scholarly distinction and academic promise within the area of history and philosophy of science broadly construed. By the beginning of their fellowship candidates must hold a PhD degree in a relevant academic field, which has been awarded from a recognized university after September 2017.
The fellowship awards the sum of c. NIS 86,000, for one year, with the possibility of extending the fellowship for a second year under similar conditions.
Prospective candidates should apply by February 1st 2022, with the following:
• Cover letter stating how your work adds to or interacts with the work done at the Institute (up to one page)
• Updated CV and list of publications
• Proposed research program, specifying its relation to current work (3-5 pages)
• Writing sample
• Two letters of recommendation, sent directly
All materials should be either in Hebrew or in English
Applications should be mailed in digital form to the following address: email@example.com. The elected candidate may be asked to submit a further application for the university scholarship with the institute’s support. Further information can be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas is a research and graduate teaching institute in the Faculty of Humanities of Tel Aviv University. It is the largest and most dynamic center for the History and Philosophy of Science and the Social Studies of Knowledge in Israel. Further information about the Institute can be found at http://humanities.tau.ac.il/cohn_eng/.
Potential applicants may also be interested in the call for Postdoctoral fellowships of the Dan David Society of Fellows at Tel Aviv University