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Bewerbungsschluss: 30. November 2004
Announcement of Humanities and International Studies Fellowships at Stanford University
The Stanford Humanities Center and the Stanford Institute for International Studies are pleased to announce a new fellowship program for the 2005-2006 academic year: the Stanford Humanities and International Studies Fellowships.
These two fellowships are open to junior and senior scholars who are not U.S. nationals, and have faculty appointments at universities outside the United States. Applicants should habe a Ph.D. or advanced degree and must obtain a letter or nomination from their institution. There is an online registration deadline of November 30th, 2004 and an application receipt deadline of January 14, 2005.
Proposals by applicants should focus on themes of international studies compatible with the mission of one of the five major research centers at the Stanford Institute for International Studies: Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC); Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL); Center for Environment Science and Policy (CESP); Center for Health Policy (CHP/PCOR); and Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). Eligble areas include both traditional humanities fields (history, philosophy, languages, literature etc.) as well as aspects of the social sciences that employ historical of philosophical approaches.
More detailed information and down-loadable application forms
(in PDF format) are available at the Stanford Humanities Center