Grants and Fellowships: January 5th, 2015

          The AAS/CIAC has funds to support small grants for members working on China, Taiwan, or Inner Asia. The CIAC Small Grants program is supported by generous funding by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, as well as from independent donations from AAS members that are just now in the process of being solicited. We are typically able to award approximately twenty small grants annually (and we are hoping we can garner as much in donations as we did last year to enable this number of awards).  The grant deadline for receiving applications (in hard copy) in the AAS Ann Arbor office is Monday, February 2, 2015. For more information, please visit: http://www.asian-studies.org/grants/main.htm?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&u...


           The J. S. Lee Memorial Fellowship Programme supports curators, museum professionals and Chinese art history research academics taking part in fellowships in the Programme Participating Institutions. In order to realize the goal of promoting international exchange and cooperation in the field of Chinese art, the Programme requires applicants to be based in museums or institutions in places outside their habitual residence. Fields of Fellowships include Chinese art history, curatorship, archaeology, conservation, museum management and museum education. For the full details of this fellowship, please visit the website at: http://www.jsleefellowship.org/index_en.php


             Applications are invited for appointment as Postdoctoral Fellow in the Centre for China Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong from as soon as possible. Two such fellowships will be offered as part of an initiative to extend the Historical Anthropology of Chinese Society project beyond the late imperial period and through the twentieth century. For the full listing pelase visit: https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/discussions/56367/position-chinese...


             The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies offers post-doctoral fellowships for the year 2015-2016. The post-docs are open to scholars in the humanities and social sciences specializing in East Asia, especially China, Japan, Korea and Mongolia. Fellowships are granted for one academic year or one term with the possibility of extension for an additional year. The starting date of the visit should not be later than four years after receipt of the Doctoral Degree; the fellow must hold a valid Doctoral Degree no later than September 2015. For the full listing please visit: https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/discussions/56368/position-hebrew-...

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