Posts tagged with 'fellowships'

Fellowships & Grants: October 28, 2013

The Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University is pleased to offer a postdoctoral fellowship in Japanese Studies for 2014-15. This award is open to scholars in any field of Japanese studies. Applicants must have been awarded their Ph.D. no later than August 31 the year in which the fellowship begins, and may not be more than five years beyond receipt of the doctoral degree. Fellowships may be awarded to those who hold continuing, assistant professor-level teaching positions. U.S. citizenship is not required. Those who have received their Ph.D.

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Student Creators Invitation Program

The Student Creators Invitation Program is the program of the KAKEHASHI Project which aims to foster learning and networking between artistic fields and creative professions. Academia chaperones must submit applications for their students and only students from four-year university/colleges or graduate schools in the United States are eligible candidates. Recruiting from artistic and creative academic programs, approximately 80 students from the U.S. will be invited to visit Japan in the Spring and Summer of 2014.

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Fellowships & Grants: October 21, 2013

The Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Department of Religious Diversity in Göttingen is offering Ph.D. Fellowships and Postdoctoral Fellowships. The Ph.D. fellowships are for 3-4 years. The dissertation will be defended at Utrecht University. The postdoctoral fellowships are for one or two years. The research will be done in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in China at Minzu University in Beijing.

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Humanities International Fellowships Workshop

Friday, October 11, 2013 from 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Breakfast & coffee/tea included

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Fellowships & Grants: October 7, 2013

Harvard University's Program on U.S.-Japan Relations offers postdoctoral fellowships for social scientists in a broad range of fields, including anthropology, economics, education, history, law, political science, public health, public policy, and sociology. Projects that focus on Japan or Japans international role from a comparative, historical, or global perspective are welcome.  Knowledge of the Japanese language is not required. The postdoctoral fellow is required to teach one undergraduate course during the academic year.

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