Owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, currently the Centre and the libraries of the University of Oxford are closed. We are looking forward to some restrictions being lifted in the next few months but it is anticipated that the libraries will not fully open for many weeks or months to come. We are, therefore, strongly recommending that you postpone your visit/application until the University reopens fully.
The Centre funds the Visiting Fellowship programme of the University’s Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. Visiting Fellowships in the Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies are currently available for scholars wishing to join one of the Oxford Seminars in Advanced Jewish Studies. Read more…
The Centre is able to offer to visiting scholars access to shared office space in its premises in the Clarendon Institute in central Oxford. Visiting scholars are encouraged to attend and participate in the academic activities of the University’s Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, all of which are conducted in English. They may be invited to present a paper relating to their research, should a suitable opportunity arise.
Applications for the status of Visiting Scholar in the University’s Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies should be sent to the Registrar. Applications may be sent at any time in the academic year. Read more…
Other academic visitors, including doctoral students from other institutions, may be offered shared office space in the Clarendon Institute where the Leopold Muller Library is housed and where the Centre’s activities take place. Arranging access to other facilities in Oxford is the responsibility of the individual concerned.
Applicants are requested to submit a CV, a short research proposal and to complete the Visitor Application Form.
Anyone wishing to come to the Centre on this basis should send their complete application by email to the Registrar in the first instance. Applications may be sent at any time in the academic year.
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