The Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya is offering a scholarship for an outstanding researcher in modern Middle East politics. The Rubin scholarship is named in memory of Professor Barry Rubin, founder and former director of the GLORIA Center, who passed away in February 2014. The scholarship is available to PhD candidates and above who are at the beginning of their careers in the fields of Middle East Studies, International Relations and Political Science whose work focuses on the modern Middle East. Applicants must be either Israeli residents or prepared to live in Israel for the year of the scholarship.
For full details on the Rubin Scholarship 2014, please click here for the PDF brochure.
(Please note: some details have changed as of September 3, so if you previously downloaded the brochure, please download it again.)