New Post-Doctoral Fellowship Established - Center for Contemporary Arab Studies | Georgetown University
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CCAS is pleased to announce a new post-doctoral fellowship in Druze and Arab minorities studies. CCAS is pleased to announce the formation of a new post-doctoral fellowship in Druze and Arab minorities studies. The fellowship will be awarded to a recent doctoral graduate (Ph.D) from an accredited university or granting institution. Eligible candidates will have conducted their doctoral research on the history and/or the current affairs of Arab minorities, and foremost, on topics that are of primary concern for the study of the Druze. During the academic year, the Fellow must continue to conduct research on the Druze and Arab minorities, and devote his or her time to transforming the doctoral dissertation into a book manuscript for publication. The Fellow will receive an annual stipend along with an annual research fund.

The fellowship has been sponsored by the American Druze Foundation Endowed Research Fund, which supports advanced post-doctoral research on Druze and Arab minorities in the fields of history, political science, cultural studies, sociology, economics, anthropology, and archaeology.