The Israel Learning Fellowship (ILF) is six weekly sessions of interactive, intellectual and discussion-based learning for students looking to deepen their understanding of Israeli history, society and politics, to ask difficult questions, and to challenge preconceived notions. The goal of ILF is not to accumulate as many facts about Israel as possible, but to begin to develop a ‘big picture’ understanding of the different factors that have shaped Israel into the country it is today.
Accepted fellowship participants will meet once a week at the same time over Zoom based on availability. All participants must attend all six sessions in order to receive the completion stipend. The application deadline is January 29.