What's New

March, 2019
We are delighted to present the elected fellows for the academic year 2019/20: Oz Aloni (Folklore, Linguistics, Neo-Aramaic) Ilil Baum (Jewish History, Linguistics, Sephardic Jews post 1492) Anna Gutgarts (Medieval History, Crusaders, Urban Identity) Natalia Gutkowski (Environment Studies, Anthropology) Amit Gvaryahu (Talmud, Jewish History, Roman Empire, Coins) Kerstin...
January, 2019
January, 2019
The German Ambassador to Israel Dr. Wasum-Rainer honored the MBSF with a visit on January 9th. The Ambassador had an informal meeting with the Buber Fellows who introduced themselves and their discipline. Dr. Wasum –Rainer emphasized the commitment of Germany to the German-Israeli cooperation and emphasized the importance of cooperations between the Hebrew University and German academic...
January, 2019
November, 2018
On November 15th the Martin Buber Society of Fellows signed a historic agreement of cooperation with the U15 (the association of 15 research-strong and internationally visible German universities) https://www.german-u15.de/presse/ressourcen/20181115-MoU_Buber_english_version.pdf The agreement enables MBSF fellows to apply for periods of residence in any one of the U15’s member universities.
September, 2018
The Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities and Social ScienceCall for Applications for the Academic Year 2019-2020The Martin Buber Society of Fellows aims at fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse at the highest level among outstanding young scholars (post-doctoral). Candidates who have completed their PhD at an Israeli or German university, as well as citizens of Israel or...
August, 2018
Renana Keydar recording lecture on law and literature for the pilot seminar of the German-Israeli Virtual Campus initiative between Freie Universitat Berlin and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
July, 2018
The Martin Buber Society of Fellows and the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva center for German-Jewish Thought are happy to invite the public to a lecture by: Prof. György Tatár (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) (The lecture will be given in German) The Enchanted Vale: Weber, Kant and Swendenborg on the Immortality of the Soul and the Judgement of Ideas in the Court of Reason Tuesday July 17...
June, 2018
You could read the very first Newsletter, entitled "Journeys", here