[Blueboard] SEASREP Grants

OIP at admu.edu.ph OIP at admu.edu.ph
Wed Feb 26 15:32:37 PHT 2003


Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) announces the 
following grants:

SOUTHEAST ASIAN LANGUAGE TRAINING GRANT
* To study a Southeast Asian national or local language other than one's own in 
a recognized language training institute in the region (outside one's country) 
* Priority given to applicants who intend to use language as a research tool.

Who MAy Apply? 
* Graduate students and faculty in the humanities or social sciences
* Must  be Southeast Asian nationals residing in the region and affiliated with 
a Southeast Asian university
* below 40 years of age.

LUISA MALLARI FELLOWSHIP FOR M.A. AND Ph. D. RESEARCH IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
* To do a library or field research on a Southeast Asian counbtry other than 
one's own, on a comparative topic involving two or more Southeast Asian 
countries, or a regional theme.
* For full Ph. D. study in a university in Southeast Asia (outside one's 
country)

Who May Apply?
* Graduate students in the humanities or social sciences currently enrolled in 
a university in Southeast Asia
* Must be Southeast Asian nationals residing in the region
* Below 40 years of age
* For full Ph. D. study: Master's degree

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 1 SEPTEMBER 2003
FOR ENQUIRIES, CONTACT:
The SEASREP Council Manila Secretariat
20-F Escaler Street, Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City, Philippines
Tel/Fax: 632-4334751
Tel: 632-9262897
E-mail: seasrep at maynila.com.ph
Website: wwww.seasrep.org

REGIONAL COLLABORATION GRANT
* To research individually or with others, on countries other than the 
researcher's own; may involve cross-national comparisons or research on the 
entire region
* To undertake preliminary or exploratory research that will lead to a full-
scale project proposal; may be in the form of a seminar or workshop where 
participants discuss and formulate their collboration
* To hold conferences, workshops or seminars on pioneering or innovative topics 
in Southeast Asian studies; also to disseminate research results
* To invite a Southeast Asian expert in the region (i) to give a series of 
short term (2-3 week) lecture, (ii) to help develop a joint research project 
with scholars at the host institution, or (iii)for both.
* Priority given to basic scholarly research rather than policy-oriented 
research.

Who May Apply?
* For the first three project types: any scholar or team of scholars in the 
humanities or social sciences who are Southeast Asian nationals residing in the 
region. Priority given to applicants from universities or research institutions.
* For the last: A humanitie or social science department at any university in 
the region that offers Southeast Asian Studies courses.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 30 SEPTEMBER 2003
FOR ENQUIRIES, CONTACT:
The Tokyo Joint Secretariat for SEASREP
c/o The Toyota Foundation
Shinjuku Mitsui Building 37F, 2-1-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0437, JAPAN
Tel: 81-3-3344-1701
Fax: 81-3-3342-6911
E-mail: seasrep at toyotafound.or.jp
Website: http://www.toyotafound.or.jp/etop.htm




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