Graduate

Brown is home to a number of Masters and Doctoral programs that engage with East Asia.  The graduate community in recent years has included Ph.D. students whose work focuses on East Asia in American Studies, Anthropology,  Comparative Literature, History, History of Art and Architecture, Religious Studies, and Sociology.  

They have helped compile an archive of sources for grants and fellowships, some of them tied specifically to research in or about East Asia, while others support travel, conference participation, and research more generally.  This collection is by no means exhaustive, and we cannot guarantee that the deadlines that appear here are accurate in every case.    

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Research Funding Opportunities

JS Lee Memorial fellowship (Jan deadline)

Smithsonian Institution Fellowship (Jan 15 deadline)

Fulbright (mid September campus deadline)

Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships

Getty Research Center Fellowship (Nov 1st deadline)

CASVA (Nov 15 deadline)

Luce Foundation Pre-dissertation Grants for Research in China 

SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship 

AAUW American Fellowship-Dissertation Fellowship

Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources

Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation/ACLS Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies

Chung-Hwa Institute for Buddhist Studies (premodern Chinese Buddhism, MA and PhD: prediss, research and write-up stages)

Korea Foundation (Graduate studies fellowship, postdoctoral fellowships, language studies fellowships, publication and conference support, etc.)

Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant for Foreign Scholar in Chinese Studies (May 31)

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