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National University of Singapore Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Philosophy
Applicants are invited, preferably (but not necessarily) with research interests and expertise in Chinese & Comparative Philosophy, or in Biomedical Ethics. The Fellow will work with a suitable member of the department.
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AAR Individual Research Grants
These grants provide support for important aspects of research such as travel to archives and libraries, research assistance, field work, and released time. Grant awards range from $500 to $5000. Funds are not provided for dissertation research, nor for travel to attend the AAR Annual Meeting. Deadline: August 1. Applicants must be current AAR members who have been in good standing for the previous three years. Contact: Research Grants Program American Academy of Religion, 825 Houston Mill RD STE 300, Atlanta, GA 30329-4246, tel. 1-404-727-4707; Website: info@aarweb.org

Fulbright Grants
Lecturing and research awards are available for the 2004-5 academic year. New programs include the Fulbright Senior Specialist, New Century Scholars, and Alumni Initiatives Awards. Grants are also available for conducting research in Japan specifically. Information available at http://www.cies.org or The Council for International Exchange of Scholars, 3007 Tilden street, N.W., Suite 5L Washington, D.C. 20008. Tel. (202) 686-7877; email apprequest@cies.iie.org. For information on the program in Japan, contact David Adams at dadams@cies.iie.edu or tel. (202)686-4021. Deadline is August 1, 2005 for traditional lecturing and research grants worldwide.

Wabash Center
Full-time faculty members in religious departments of colleges and universities in North America (United States and Canada) and in theological schools accredited by the Association of Theological Schools are eligible to apply for these grants. Grants are available to support individual or group projects and range up to a maximum of $70,000. Please contact: Thomas Pearsons, Associate Director of the Wabash Center at wabashcenter@wabash.edu, Phone: (800) 655-7117.

ACLS Fellowships
The American Council of Learned Societies offers funding for Contemplative Practice Fellowships, Scholarly Communication with China, joint ACLS/SSRC (Social Science Research Council) International Programs. For further information and deadlines visit http://www.acls.org.

AAS/NEAC Grants
The Association of Asian Studies, through its Northeast Asia Council (NEAC) makes a number of grants available for scholarly study on and in Japan, Korea, and China. For further information: http://www.aasianst.org

 


   
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