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Research Funding

Scholars considering an affiliation with HCBSS may wish to apply to one or more of the following visitor programs offered by Stanford.

Andrew w. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities

Administered by the Stanford Humanities Center. Two-year fellowships (with the possiblity of a third). Fellows enjoy substantial time to pursue research, teach two courses per year in an affiliated Stanford Department, and participate in an active program of scholarly exchanges with other Fellows, Stanford faculty, and outside visitors.  For further information, see Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship or e-mail the fellowship administrator at mellonfellows@stanford.edu.

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Chinese Studies

Administered by the Center for East Asian Studies. Twelve months. Stipend: $60,000. Deadline for application: January 15. For further information and application form, see CEAS Postdoctoral Fellowships or write Center for East Asian Studies, 100 Encina Commons, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305.

Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford Post Doctoral Fellowships

Administered by the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies. Two Years. Stipend: $58,000 anually plus relocation/research fund of $5,000.  For further information, see Ho Center for Buddhist Studies Postdoctoral Fellowships or email the fellowsihp administrator at tanya@stanford.edu.

International Visitors Program

Administered by the Stanford Humanities Center and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Leading scholars are nominated Stanford Departments, research institutes, and programs to sepnd one to two months at Stanford.  For further information, see International Visitors Program.

Shorenstein Postdoctoral Fellowships in Contemporary Asia

Administered by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Ten-month appointment with a salary rate of $52,000 plus $2,000 for reserach expenses.  For further information and application form, see Shorenstein Postdoctoral Fellowships in Contemporary Asia.