The Institute of International Education is now accepting applications for the Confucius China Studies Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship. The deadline is January 29, 2015 for awards starting in the fall of 2015. The Confucius China Studies Program (CCSP) Fellowship offers generous funding to students in doctoral programs at U.S. institutions who are pursuing China-related research across a broad range of fields in the arts, education, humanities and social sciences. Successful applicants will be supported for a period of at least six months to up to two years as they pursue research at one of 15 designated universities in China. 60 grants will be available in 2015.
The AAS Northeast Asia Council has a number of small grants available to support Japan and Korea-related research, workshops and conferences, acquisition of pedagogical materials, and inviting speakers from our Distinguished Speakers Bureau. The Fall grant deadline is October 1st. Please see the web pages below for further information.
The International Research Institute on Humanity and Nature (総合地球環境学研究所), a leading science and environmental policy research institute, is engaged in a series of explorations of long-term human-nature interactions associated with climatalogical and environmental change in Japan, the "Societal Adaptation to Climate Change: Integrating Palaeoclimatological Data with Historical and Archaeological Evidences" program (project web sites noted below).
The Princeton Society of Fellows invites applications for three-year postdoctoral fellowships 2015-2018 for recent PhDs (from Jan. 2013) in humanities or allied social sciences. FOUR appointments to pursue research and teach half-time in the following areas: Open discipline (two fellowships); Humanistic Studies; Race and/or Ethnicity Studies. Stipend: approx. $80,000. For eligibility, fellowship and application details, see www.princeton.edu/sf
The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) at the Australian National University is seeking to recruit Postdoctoral Fellows to join a world-class group of researchers. The successful applicants are expected to contribute towards one or more of CIW’s research themes: China Everyday, China Justice, China Numbers, China Texts, China Time, China Urban/Rural, China Australia and China Global. The Postdoctoral Fellow will be expected to foster a collaborative agenda with research staff at CIW, other ANU colleges and other early career academics to promote Chinese Studies.