National Program for Research in China
Committee on Scholarly Communication with China Programs
Published: Monday, August 14, 2006
American Research in the Humanities in China
Amount: monthly stipend and travel allowance.
Tenure: 4-12 months between
July 1, 2007 and December 31, 2008.
Decisions will be announced in April 2007.
This program is for scholars in the humanities to do research in the People's Republic of China. US citizens and permanent residents who have lived in the US continuously for at least three years by the application deadline are eligible to apply. This program supports individuals with the Ph.D. or equivalent to do in-depth research on China or the Chinese portion of a comparative study. Grants are offered for 4 to 12 months of continuous research in China. Applicants should demonstrate that they have fully utilized the available resources in the US and are prepared by virtue of study, training, and planning to take full advantage of an opportunity to do research in China. The program has been made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Chinese Fellowships for Scholarly Development
Amount: living allowance, health insurance, and international airfare.
Tenure: One or two semesters between
August 2007 and December 2008.
Decisions will be announced in April 2006.
Fellowships are available for Chinese scholars in the social sciences and humanities with the M.A., Ph.D., or equivalent from a Chinese institution to carry out one or two semesters of individual or collaborative research at the invitation of a US host scholar. Candidates must be nominated by the US host; Chinese scholars may not apply directly. Nominees must currently reside in China. Scholars who have previously visited the US for five months or more, or who are enrolled in degree programs, are not eligible. Funding for this program is provided by the Li Foundation.
November 15, 2006