The Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center offers scholarships for doctoral students whose research falls within the Center's areas of interest. These scholarships are available to Tel Aviv University students who demonstrate academic excellence and whose research proposals have been approved.

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Mariusz Kałczewiak (half subsistence scholarship) “Be Loyal to Poland!” Polish Jews in Argentina and their Ties with the Old Homeland, 1916-1939
Shenhav Bartov (half subsistence scholarship) The Secular Hebrew Poetry of Poets from Salonika and Constantinople during the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century, Accompanied by an Edition of Selected Works


Karma Ben Johanan                 
Research topic: Contemporary Conceptions of Judaism and Christianity in Catholic and Jewish Orthodox Theologies

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The Philippine Schindlers – Saving German Jews (1938-1939) Conference

The Philippine Schindlers – Saving German Jews (1938-1939) Conference took place on November 20, 2017

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By the Rivers of Babylon - New Book by Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer

A new book by Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer, entitled By the Rivers of Babylon: Perspectives on the History of Talmudic Babylonia, has been published by the Zalman Shazar Center.

Gal-Ed, Volume 25

Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry, has been published by Tel Aviv University.