The musicological sessions will feature a public symposium (July 4) followed by daily roundtables on the festival’s program and assigned reading on various related topics (July 6-9). Discussions will be led by Prof. Martin Iddon (University of Leeds) and Dr. Assaf Shelleg (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Successful candidates will enjoy a free pass to the entire festival program in addition to reduced accommodation costs at the Gilgal hotel in Tel Aviv, where all festivals guests will be accommodated allowing a mutual vibrant environment right off the beautiful coast line of Tel Aviv.
Applicants should submit a statement outlining their research interests (250 words) in addition to a biographical sketch. Please submit your application at email@example.com
Submission deadline: January 30, 2020.