[Blueboard] 2004 Fulbright American Studies Institutes

Editha Sablan esablan at ateneo.edu
Fri Jan 9 10:19:12 PHT 2004


The Cultural Affairs of the Embassy of the United States of America announces the availability of the 2004 Fulbright American Studies Institutes, a series of six-week graduate-level academic programs for multinational groups of university faculty and scholars from abroad.  Each program is conducted by a U.S. college or university, and focuses on a particular American Studies discipline or theme.   

Candidates should be active university level faculty who have, or may soon assume, responsibility for teaching and curriculum development in U.S. Studies areas related to the program theme, e.g. U.S. Economic System, U.S. Foreign Policy, Role of U.S. in Global Economy.

Priority will be given to candidates who:
    1)  have firm plans to enhance, update or develop courses an/or educational materials with a U.S. Studies focus or component, 
    2)  have limited recent firsthand academic experience in the U.S., and
    3)  have a special interest in the subject as demonstrated through past scholarship, accomplishments and professional duties.

The U.S. State Department will cover all institute costs, including international airfare and allowances; domestic travel and ground transportation; book, cultural, mailing and incidental allowances; and housing and meals.  All participants will receive health insurance coverage.

Family members and/or friends cannot accompany participants on any part of the program

The following are Fulbright American Studies Institutes being offered at various locations in the US during Summer 2004 :

1.  "American Studies for Secondary Educators (Program A)"
    The University of Illinois, Chicago
    June 18-July 31

2.  "American Studies for Secondary Educators (Program B)"
    Host institution to be announced 
    Mid-June to early August

3.  "Religion in the United States:  Pluralism and Public Presence"
    The University of California, Santa Barbara
    June 22-August 2

4.  "U.S. Foreign Policy:  Foundations for Formulation"
    The Walker Institute of International Studies, University of South Carolina, Columbia
    Late June to early August

5.  "Contemporary American Literature"
    Northern Illinois University, DeKalb
    Mid-June to early August

6.  "American Civilization"
    Host institution to be announced
    Mid-June to early August

7.  "U.S. Political Economy and the Global Economic System"
    Host institution to be announced
    Mid-June to early August

Application forms and additional information on the program are available at the Academic Vice President's (AVP) Office.

The Cultural Affairs for American Studies must receive nominations no later than Friday, February 13, 2004.


    

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