Friday, April 17, 2015

Internship: Bromberg & Associates

Bromberg & Associates

Bromberg & Associates is looking for globally-minded, motivated interns.

Who we are:
Bromberg & Associates is a full-range language service provider, based out of Hamtramck, Michigan. We are a DBE and WBE certified business and GSA Federal Supply Schedule Award holder. We work with a large pool of qualified interpreters and translators worldwide to provide more than 150 languages for any type of project.

Here at Bromberg, we offer two different types of internships: the All-Inclusive Internship, and the Skill-Specific Internship. Both require a minimum of 15 hours a week, but we are flexible about the duration you are with us!  The All-Inclusive Internship will take you through all six departments, familiarizing yourself with how a language company works, and giving you an overview of daily operations from a variety of perspectives. This internship is ideal for those looking to gain experience with a globally and culturally oriented company. 

Our departments are: Information/Accounting, Business Development, Translation/Project Management, Interpretation, Cultural Competency and Marketing/Graphic Design/Social Media.

Need to satisfy requirements for graduation?  We will work with your program coordinator/academic office to ensure you get the experience necessary for college credit. Interested in a specific department? The Skill-Specific Internship is for you! Focus areas include but are not limited to Translation, Interpretation, Research, Marketing, Accounting, IT and Graphic Design.

Why Bromberg?
We firmly believe that by overcoming the barriers to communication, we can successfully bridge the cultural divides that are often seen in today’s global society. We pride ourselves on playing a critical role in bridging that gap. This is reflected in our culturally and linguistically diverse office setting. If a vibrant, fast-paced, challenging environment sounds appealing, then Bromberg is the place for you!

Send your résumé and cover letter
313.871.0080 ext. 4978

Contact: Sean Sutton, Internship Coordinator 

Fellowship: EURIAS Fellowships 2016/2017

Deadline: June 5, 2015
EURIAS Fellowships 2016/2017

EURIAS Fellowships are mainly offered in the fields of the humanities and social sciences but may also be granted to scholars in life and exact sciences, provided that their proposed research project does not require laboratory facilities and that it interfaces with humanities and social sciences. The diversity of the 16 participating Institutes for Advanced Study offers a wide range of possible research contexts in Europe for worldwide scholars. Applicants may select up to three IAS outside their country of nationality or residence as possible host institutions.

For more details please visit the IWM and the EURIAS websites:

Applications are submitted online via where you will find detailed information regarding the content of the application, eligibility criteria, and selection procedure.

The program is initiated by NetIAS (Network of European Institutes for Advanced Study), coordinated by the RFIEA Foundation (Network of French Institutes for Advanced Study), co-financed by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission – COFUND action

Funding: Scholarship Program for Junior Researcher at the Herder Institute

Deadline: June 30, 2015


Sponsor: Herder-Instituts fur Historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung / Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe

Amount: Upper  €2,850EUR

The award includes:
- Postgraduate Scholarship 950 €/Month
- Grant for health insurance max. 35 €/Month
- Equipment costs 50 €/Month (all together max. 150 €)
- Travel expenses
Stays are for up to three months.

Abstract: The support of scientific projects and the academic communication and exchange are among the central concerns of the Herder Institute. Therefore, the Institute provide individuals with scholarships. 

With its collections and its scientific library, the Institute provides an scientific infrastructure, which can be used for the duration of the scholarship. The Institute sees itself as a forum of scientific discussion with an international orientation, which serves the visiting scientists as a platform for exchange and networking. For this reason, all visiting scientists are encouraged to join the Herder Alumni Network (LINK) after finishing their stay.

EligibilityAll applicants should have a scientific qualification. This means that the scholarship program for junior researchers aims primarily at graduates and PhD students and other junior researchers. 
Good German OR English skills are a necessary condition to apply for the program. The scholarships are especially those from East Central European countries and those from Western Europe. 

Workshop: Graduate Student Workshop in Modern Jewish History

Deadline: May 15, 2015
Graduate Student Workshop in Modern Jewish History
October 11-13, 2015
Deborah Dash Moore, University of Michigan
Marion Kaplan, New York University
Jewish History in Context: National, Transnational and Comparative Perspectives

The Center for Jewish History together with the American Jewish Historical Society, the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, and New York University’s Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies announce a graduate student workshop in Modern European and American Jewish history to be held in New York City at the Center for Jewish History from2:00pm on October 11 through 5:00pm on October 13. Designed to bring together graduate students invested in both modern Jewish history and its contexts, the workshop will encourage productive conversations across geographical boundaries among students of North and South America and Europe, including the broader Ashkenazi and Sephardi experiences. The workshop aims to interrogate ideas of “normative” and “exceptional” in modern Jewish history. Themes of migration, interaction with diverse non-Jewish societies and cultures, and comparative history will provide a focus for sessions devoted to dissertation writing.

The workshop’s larger goal seeks to give graduate students a forum in which to consider their work within the growing field of modern Jewish history through discussion of a pre-circulated dissertation chapter and to explore issues of pedagogy and professionalization with the purpose of creating an intellectual community. The theme of the workshop looks at how Jewish societies negotiated their internal dynamics in conversation with the transformations within the geographical borders – the nations and societies -- in which they lived, or in reaction to these changes or as innovators who helped to bring change to their societies.

ELIGIBILITY: Graduate students who have achieved candidacy and will have a dissertation chapter ready to pre-circulate by early fall 2015. A stipend of $500 and meals will be provided. Students must provide their own transportation and accommodations. Requests for funds to assist with transportation costs will be considered.

  • A 3-5 page dissertation prospectus that demonstrates how the dissertation fits in the historiography of modern Jewish history in the context of the societies in which the topic is located
  • CV
  • A brief description of career goals (250 words)
  • One recommendation letter from an advisor sent separately to (heading should indicate Recommendation)

DEADLINE: May 15, 2015.
Please email all materials as pdfs to
Students will be notified of decision by JULY 1, 2015.

Grant: Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Grant

Deadline: April 28, 2015

Did you know that the U.S. Department of Education provides grants to support doctoral dissertation research in modern foreign languages and area studies?
The Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship Program provides opportunities to doctoral candidates to engage in full-time dissertation research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies.

Interested?  Click here to learn more and apply! 

Fellowship: AICGS Visiting Fellows Program

Deadline: Applications excepted year round 


Sponsor: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS)

Amount: Visiting Fellows must be self-financed and can be in-residence at AICGS for anywhere between one month to one year. Fellows are responsible for their own travel and living costs while in Washington, DC. In addition, Visiting Fellows must cover the use of office space at AICGS and incidentals, such as phone/supplies/postage.

Abstract: The AICGS Visiting Fellows Program is designed to provide scholars and specialists with a base while conducting their research in Washington, D.C. Visiting Fellows should be working on issues related to the AICGS mission, which is to strengthen the German-American relationship in an evolving Europe and changing world.

Visiting Fellows' research projects should fit under one or more of the Institute's three research and programming areas: 
1. Business and Economics 
2. Foreign and Domestic Policy 
3. Society, Culture, and Politics 

Within these three program areas, AICGS focuses on specific projects that address emerging issues relevant to a changing transatlantic relationship. Visiting Fellows who are working on similar issues may benefit particularly from a research stay at AICGS. The program, however, accepts fellows working on a variety of issues. 

EligibilityThe Visiting Fellows Program is open to all nationalities. Foreign nationals must be eligible to travel to the USA. Applicants must have at least a master's degree and be working on issues related to the German-American relationship.

Prize: Fulbright Scholar Program

Deadline: August 3, 2015

The Fulbright Scholar Program offers teaching, research or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Opportunities are available for college and university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, artists, journalists, scientists, lawyers, independent scholars and many others. 

Of the nearly 600 awards being offered this year, currently there are some 33 awards available in the field of languages and literature.  Moreover, there are 365 All Discipline awards that welcome teaching and/or research proposals in this field and others, including interdisciplinary projects. These awards are offered in various regions around the world. Click here to view awards available to scholars of language and literature.

In addition to several new program models designed to meet the changing needs of U.S. academics and professionals, Fulbright will be offering more opportunities for multi-country grants through enhanced global and regional awards.

Interested faculty and professionals are encouraged to learn more about core Fulbright U.S. Scholar opportunities by visiting the online Catalog of Awards or by participating in one our webinars. 

The application deadline for most awards is August 3, 2015. U.S. citizenship is required. For other eligibility requirements and more program information, please visit our website or contact us at