Daniel J. Lasker
Ben-Gurion University, Humanities Faculty Special Research Grant, 1987.
Publication Grants, American Academy for Jewish Research, 1988, 1995.
Research Grants, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, 1988, 1993.
Fellow, Annenberg Research Institute, 1989-1990.
Recipient, Phillips Research Fellowship at the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, St. John's College, 1990.
Guest Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Jerusalem, 1992-1993; 1995.
Research Grant, Ben-Zvi Institute, 1993.
Publication Grant, Humanities Faculty of Ben-Gurion University, 1995.
Publication Grant, Lucius Littauer Foundation, 1995.
Member, Research Team of Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Supported by Government of Spain, 1996.
Travel Grant, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Slovakian Ministry of Education, and Ezra Foundation, Bratislava, to be guest lecturer at P.J. Safarik University, Kosice, Slovakia,2006.
Visiting Scholar, New York University, 2006.
Short Term Fellow, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2006-2007.
Research Grant, Israel Science Foundation, 2007-2010: “Karaite Intellectuals in Early Modern Eastern Europe.”
Workshop Grant, Israel Science Foundation, 2011-2012: “Karaite Studies – The State of the Field.”
Research Grant, Israel Science Foundation, 2012-2015: “An Academic Commentary on Rabbi Judah Halevi's Book of Kuzari.”
Research Grant, German-Israel Fund, 2013-2015:
“Editing Theology at a Crossroad: A Preliminary Edition of Judah
Hadassi's Eshkol ha-kofer, First Commandment, and Studies of the
Book's Judaeo-Arabic and Byzantine Contexts.”