The Fulbright Program, in partnership with the Israel Institute, provides grants to American scholars who seek post-doctoral fellowships at Israeli universities in the field of Israel Studies. The grants are open to researchers in all academic disciplines who study modern Israel. Strong applications will demonstrate an interest in and a long-term commitment to studying modern Israel and securing tenure-track university positions in the United States. Applicants must have completed their doctoral degrees after April 2016 or by September 1, 2019, when the fellowship begins. Fellowship grants are for $50,000 per year, for up to two years.