East-West Center Fellowships on Asia and Japan

FELLOWSHIPS IN WASHINGTON, D.C. 2012

http://EastWestCenter.org/dcfellowships

The East-West Center is now accepting applications from scholars and analysts who wish to undertake policy-relevant research and writing in Washington, D.C., in two programs.

*** JAPAN STUDIES FELLOWSHIP ***

This fellowship, funded by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, supports scholars and analysts from both the United States and Japan to conduct research on key issues of relevance to the US-Japan partnership, including diplomatic, politico-security, economic, social and international fields. We especially welcome applicants specializing on Japan’s economy or US-Japan collaborative economic ties.

The fellowship finances a three-month OR six-month residence in Washington, D.C., and a one-week research trip to Japan during the fellowship period. Residency may begin as early as May 2012 and extend until January 2013. Fellows will complete articles or a monograph and give a public presentation on their topic.

More information:
http://EastWestCenter.org/dc-japan-fellowship

*** ASIA STUDIES FELLOWSHIP ***

This fellowship supports scholars and analysts who wish to undertake policy-relevant research and writing in one of the following areas: 1) international relations in Asia; 2) political and economic change in Asia; 3) U.S.-Asia relations; and/or 4) ASEAN integration and community-building efforts.

The fellowship finances a three-month residence in Washington, D.C., and, optionally and at the Fellowship’s discretion, a small grant to cover field research in Asia prior to the start of the fellowship. Residency may begin as early as May 2012 and extend until January 2013. Fellows will complete articles or a monograph and give a public presentation on their topic.

More information:
http://EastWestCenter.org/dc-asia-fellowship

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All application materials must be received by MARCH 15, 2012.

For more information and detailed application instructions, see:
http://EastWestCenter.org/dcfellowships

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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