The Needham Research Institute, located in Cambridge, UK, is currently welcomes applications for the following research opportunities:
SEAA News Blog: Grants
The UCLA Program for Early Modern Southeast Asia (PEMSEA), a collaborative project among UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawai’i-Mānoa Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation’s Southeast Asia Initiative, is inviting research proposals from graduate students and scholars that focus on climate and anthropogenic change, disaster responses, and interactions (i.e., trade) during
The National Geographic Society has recently announced they are opening applications to the Meridian Projects and National Geographic Society Grants Program. Please find more details here: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/funding-opportunities/grants/
Grants in Modern Chinese History or Archaeology from the Esherick-Ye Family Foundation
The Esherick-Ye Family Foundation is pleased to announce its sixth annual competition for small grants of up to $6,000 to support projects in modern Chinese economic, social, and political history or in archaeology.
What is the DRH?
The DRH is a massive, standardized, searchable encyclopedia of the current best scholarly opinion on historical religious traditions and the historical record more generally.
It allows users to instantly gain an overview of the state of scholarly opinion and access powerful, built-in analytic and data visualization tools.
Want to contribute?
If you are a historian or religious studies expert, you can help make the DRH better. It is a great chance to contribute to an important academic resource. The DRH is actively recruiting experts to fill out entries on East Asian religion. Entries may be written in Chinese OR English.
Benefits of Writing an Entry: Contribute to an international database on world history; Receive a publication credit; Honorarium available while funds last for complete entries finished within 60 days.
Entry Requirements: Introductory paragraph (approx. 400 words); All quantitative questions answered; As many qualitative comments as possible (no set word count); Approximately 20-40 pdf pages (number will vary based on topic).
Contact Editor: Matthew Hamm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Editor, Archaeological East Asia: Katrinka Reinhart (email@example.com)
Introductory video: https://youtu.be/X7V0WNe2PrA
Closing date: 30th September 2021
Winner announced: 15th November 2021
BAR Publishing is celebrating the launch of its Open Access publishing programme with a new award worth up to £10,000. The BAR Open Access in Archaeology Award 2021 will consist of the free open access publication of the winning entry. An international panel of independent experts will be looking for the most innovative contribution to the field of archaeology. Panel members: Professor Timothy Darvill, Dr Hatoon al-Fassi, Dr Cat Jarman, Professor Innocent Pikirayi, Professor Claire Smith The award is a contract with BAR for the Open Access publication of the entry chosen by the judging panel. The winning manuscript will be peer-reviewed, copyedited, typeset and proofread. The OA book will be available for free download on the BAR Digital platform, on the BAR website, and on online repositories such as Google Scholar/Google Books, DOAB and OAPEN. A print version will also be available, and the author will receive 10 free print copies. Entrants whose manuscripts are shortlisted will receive support in developing their project further.
Research fellowship on “The maritime ceramic road: Chinese ceramics in Asia and Africa” - Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
The Department of Asian and North-African Studies, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy, has launched a call for a 12-month research grant on The Maritime Ceramic Road: Chinese Ceramics in Asia and Africa.
The Esherick-Ye Family Foundation is pleased to announce its fifth annual competition for small grants of up to $5,000 to support projects in modern Chinese economic, social, and political history or in archaeology.
In the past, grants have been used to support travel to China for a month or two of research or field work. In light of current pandemic conditions, the Foundation is this year open to research proposals that do not involve travel to China. Grants are available for graduate students and untenured faculty.
Hakuhodo Foundation is now accepting applications for the 16th Hakuhodo Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship.
The Fellowship invites leading international researchers of the Japanese language, Japanese language education, Japanese literature and Japanese culture to Japan to conduct residential research.
In providing residential research opportunities, the Fellowship aims to further strengthen the base of international research into Japan and to deepen the understanding of Japan.
1. Fellowship period(tentative):
Long-term (12 months): September 1, 2021 - August 31, 2022
Short-term (6 months): September 1, 2021 - February 28, 2022 (Round 1) or
March 1, 2022 - August 31, 2022 (Round 2)
Application period: June 1 - October 30, 2020
Notification: late March 2021(tentative)
Applications will be accepted online.
For further details, please visit our website or contact us at the address below.
The Esherick-Ye Family Foundation is pleased to announce its fourth annual competition for small grants of up to $5,000 to support projects in modern Chinese economic, social, and political history or in archaeology.
Grants will support travel to China for research or field work. Grants are available for graduate students and untenured faculty.
Established in 2016 by Joseph W. Esherick and Ye Wa, the Esherick-Ye Family Foundation supports solid, careful, empirically based, and clearly reasoned scholarship—the sort of work that Esherick encouraged from the students he mentored at the University of California, San Diego, and that Ye Wa has promoted in archaeology.