The Mosse Program will assist in funding International Conferences, Symposiums and Workshops which are connected to the Program's aims and vision and promote them.
Conference organizers who seek to receive the Program's help in funding these sorts of academic events should provide us with the following documentation (in English):
- A brief conference description which specifies the title, overall theme, session themes and aim of the planned event. You must describe the content of the planned event and its contribution to the field of research.
- Name of the organizing body/institution and names of the organizing committee members, including their contact details.
- List of participants, including their academic affiliation.
- Conference Programme (a tentative programme can be added as long as it includes the number of planned sessions/panels and their themes).
- An estimated-budget document stating the expected expenses, including a list of other grant-giving bodies (if any). The proposed budget should include publicity, travel, lodging, and honorarium expenses.
Priority is given to academic events that would:
- Focus on early and/or contemporary European and/or Jewish history, history and gender or conferences that are connected with one or more themes in the work of George L. Mosse.
- Whose participants' list includes faculty, students and staff from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem and/or the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and that are planned to take place in one of these two academic institutions.
- Encourage the participation and collaboration of of graduate/research students and junior faculty.
- Co-sponsorships and matching funds to assist in underwriting conference costs.
The above documentation should be sent to Asya Bereznyak, G. L. Mosse Program Coordinator in Israel, at email@example.com
Roundtable discussing G. L. Mosse's Nationalism and Sexuality at the Annual Lesbian & Gay Studies and Queer Theory Conference at Tel Aviv University.
An Other Sex 08, The Eighth Annual Lesbian & Gay Studies and Queer Theory Conference, will take place at the Tel Aviv University, June 22-24, 2008. On Sunday, June 22, the conference will host a special panel in honor of George Mosse's book, Nationalism and Sexuality: Respectability and Abnormal Sexuality in Modern Europe, which will be soon published in Hebrew. Speakers will include Moshe Sluhovsky (Department of history, Hebrew University), Nitzan Lebovic (Yad-Hanadiv fellow and the German-Jewish Center, Sussex University) and Offer Nur (The Franz Rosenzweig Centre, Hebrew University). Chair: Dafna Hirsch (Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Hebrew University, and Unit for Culture Research, Tel Aviv University).
The panel will take place on Sunday, June 22, between 4:00 pm and 5:30 pm at the Hofien Auditorium (room 105) at Trobovich Building (Law), Tel Aviv University.
Updated conference program and abstracts are available at The Gay & Lesbian Studies / Queer Theory Reading Group at Tel-Aviv University
For the full conference program please click here. [in Hebrew]
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +972-3-6406905, and visit http://www.gay.org.il/qttau
Jacob Talmon and Totalitarianism Today: Legacy and Revision
Jerusalem, December 26-28 , 2006
Eurasian Nomads as Agents of Cultural Change
Jerusalem, June 5-6, 2006
Reckoning with the Past: Perpetrators, Accomplices, and Victims in Post-Totalitarian Narratives and Politics
Madison, April 28-30, 2006
New Perspectives on Détente
Jerusalem, December 19-21, 2005
Jewish History Encounters Economy (4.6 MB)
Madison, April 15-16, 2005
At the Cutting Edge: Rethinking German and Jewish Cultural and Intellectual History
Schloss Elmau, 12-14 July, 2004
Political Religion in the Modern Era
Madison, 7-9 May, 2004
An Historian's Legacy: George L. Mosse and Recent Research on Fascism, Society and Culture
Madison, 7-9 September, 2001