CALL FOR SUMMER 2019 LUCE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS
Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History
University of San Francisco (USF)
Luce Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships
Applications for the 2019 Fellowships are now open!
(1) a current Curriculum Vitae;
(2) a 5-10 page double-spaced statement with an outline of the proposed research and related activities, the contribution the scholar hopes to make in the relevant field(s), tentative plan for the publication of the research results, and how the research is related to and enriched by resources available at the USF Ricci Institute;
(3) a proposed budget and other funding sources, if any;
(4) two up-to-date letters of recommendation.
All required documents must be in English.
Successful applications will be announced at the end of February 2019.
All application documents should be submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “2019 Summer Luce Post-Doctoral Fellowship Application”.
Letters of recommendation must be submitted directly from the recommenders either electronically to the above e-mail address or by regular mail to:
Luce Fellowship Review Committee
The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History
University of San Francisco, LM 280
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
The aim of the Luce Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship—while in residence at the Ricci Institute— is to offer recipients the unique opportunity to participate in and present their research at weekly seminars that focus on archival, historiographical, and methodological issues relevant to different areas of East Asia. These will be attended by both Luce Research and Ricci Doctoral Fellowship recipients as well as by our regular cohort of distinguished senior scholars who come to the Ricci Institute every summer to conduct their own research and to present their work in progress.
The Ricci Institute will make available to these scholars our extensive bibliographical and archival resources, manuscript, printed, and digital, as well as our expertise in the use of these unique collections.
As stated above, this fellowship is open to post-doctoral level applicants, including Junior Faculty members (i.e. within five years of having received the PhD). We invite research proposals primarily based on the archival collections at the Ricci Institute in preparation for research publications.
Topics of enquiry may include Chinese-Western cultural history, history of Christianity in China, comparative studies of Christianity and cultures in China, Japan, and Korea, etc.
This appointment is for a period of three months with a monthly stipend up to $4,500/month. Applicants who are not U.S. citizens (or Legal Permanent Residents o the U.S.) will need to contact the Ricci Institute well in advance for information regarding proof of English proficiency, visa, and health insurance requirements.
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