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SEASREP Grants for M.A., Ph.D. Post-Doc

September 30, 2011 By: supyan Category: A. Announcements

SEASREP Foundation has resumed its grants program for postgraduate fellowship for the year 2012-2013. M.A. or Ph.D. graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the social sciences, humanities and the arts can apply for postgraduate fellowship in Southeast Asian studies.

Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program

Call for Applications

Postgraduate Fellowship

Objectives:

The fellowship aims to encourage the study of a Southeast Asian country other than one’s own or a comparative study across the region by M.A. or Ph.D. graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. The fellowship supports:

• M.A. or Ph.D. course work and/or thesis research (documentary research and field work) and thesis writing; and

• Postdoctoral research.

Fellowships are awarded for projects that are considered likely to reinforce cross-national or regional identity and promote mutual understanding in the region.

Who may apply:

• M.A. or Ph.D. fellowship: Southeast Asian nationals residing in the region under the age of 40 and enrolled in social science or humanities graduate programs in a Southeast Asian university

• Postdoctoral research: Southeast Asian nationals residing in the region affiliated to a university or research institute in Southeast Asia and who obtained doctorate degree in social science or humanities within three years prior to the date of grant application Scope of research:

Research projects must focus on a Southeast Asian country (or countries) other than the researcher’s own and may involve cross-national comparisons (which may include the researcher’s own country), or examine a regional theme, issue or problem. The research must include library (or archival) research and/or field work in the country or countries being studied.

• For M.A./Ph.D. students, the research findings must be used in the preparation of the M.A. thesis or Ph.D. dissertation.

• For postdoctoral fellows, the research must lead to the publication of a journal article, book chapter, or book.

Deadline for Applications: 4 January 2012

Contact:

The SEASREP Foundation

Unit 612-613 Residencia de Regina

94 Xavierville Avenue

Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

Philippines

Tel. No. 632-7090854

Fax No. 632-7090891

E-mail: grants@seasrepfoundation.org

Website: www.seasrepfoundation.org

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