The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Stanford University (Stanford)

The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Stanford University (Stanford) invite applications from mid-career and senior Southeast Asianist scholars in the social sciences or humanities who would like to spend up to six months between 1 April 2008 and 30 September 2008 at NUS and Stanford writing and doing research on or related to contemporary Southeast Asia.
Candidates may be of any nationality and reside in any country.

Applicants should submit :

  • a project statement (not to exceed three pages) that justifies and describes the writing – and research envisaged during the fellowship;
  • a schedule of preferred locations and dates including time in residence at each of the two campuses;
  • a sample of previous English-language publication; a curriculum vitae;
  • and full contact information for three references who are able, if asked, to evaluate the proposal and the candidate.

The exact length of the fellowship and the allocation of time spent at each campus will take into account the preferences of the successful applicant.
The fellowship carries a stipend of US$ 7,500 per month plus reimbursement for air travel to and from NUS and Stanford. Complete applications are due by 15 November 2007. Results will be announced by 15 January 2008.
Applications should be sent simultaneously to both NUS and Stanford at Lee Kong Chian NUS-SU Initiative on Southeast Asia,

Division of Research and Graduate Studies,
Dean`s Office, FASS,
National University of Singapore,
The Shaw Foundation Building,
5 Arts Link, Block AS7, Level 6,
Singapore 117570;
tel (65) 6516 6480, 6516 7386;
fax (65) 6773 6878;


Lee Kong Chian NUS-SU Initiative on Southeast Asia,
Southeast Asia Forum,
Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center,
Encina Hall E-301,
Stanford University,
616 Serra Street, Stanford,
CA 94305-6055,
tel: (650) 724 6403;
fax (650) 723 6530.

Websites: NUS and Stanford.

Deadline : 15 november 2007

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