A small number of partial scholarships are available to graduate students presenting work in areas related to Jewish American and Holocaust Literature. "The Founders Scholarship," was created to honor the founding members of JAHLIT and others who have made incredible contributions both to the field at large and to the organization. To inquire about either receiving one of these scholarships or to propose a new named scholarship, please contact Symposium Director Holli Levitsky. The number of scholarships will vary from year to year, depending on funds available.
For Scholarships to The Betsy's Yiddish Symposium on November 13, 2017, use the code QVEL when purchasing your tickets. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE.
Annually, the JAHLIT Symposium hosts a panel presentation on Jewish American Poet, Hyam Plutzik (1911-62). In support of this effort, The PG Foundation will periodically provide an honorarium or cover airplane costs for a scholar who wishes to participate in this panel with a presentation that links the subject matter of JAHLIT with the life and work of Hyam Plutzik. To inquire about this opportunity, please contact Symposium Director Holli Levitsky.
Past Honoraria Winners
2014: Dr. Reuben Espinoza, U. of Texas at El Paso.
Topic: Hyam Plutzik's Horatio: Hamlet, Horatio, and the Memory of Forgetting"
2012: Philip Witte, U. of Rochester (2010) and Doctoral Candidate in English at the U. of Michigan.
Topic: Fiction, or Imaginative Truth: Poetic and Dramatic Modes in Hyam Plutzik's Horatio.