It has been a while since we have posted a blog, in which time you will all have felt the effects of Covid-19 in your teaching, research, and personal lives. We hope that you are as well as you can be, and wish you all a safe and joyful midsommar.
Before we go into the summer break, we wanted to share the re-issued call for applicants to the doctoral course and study trip, entitled “Jerusalem in History and Imagination.” The course is organised by Anders-Christian Lund Jacobsen and Kasper Bro Larsen at Aarhus University on behalf of the Nordic Network for the study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in the First Millennium, and remains scheduled for 19-28 October 2020.
The deadline for applications has been extended until 10 August, with no deposit or application fee required. A final decision on whether the trip can go ahead amid coronavirus-related developments and travel advice will be taken on 15 August.
For further details and to register your interest see the NNJCI website.
The Nordic Network for Jewish Studies was founded and is run by Dr Katharina Keim and Dr Karin Zetterholm at the Centre for Theology and Religious Studies at Lund University. You are welcome to get in touch with us at admin[dot]nordicjewishstudies[at]ctr[dot]lu[dot]se.