Conference Travel Grant: Japanese Studies 2017, University of Chicago, USA

University of Chicago


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Conference Travel Grant: Japanese Studies

Eligibility:  University of Chicago graduate students traveling to present papers at conferences.
Deadline:  Rolling applications each academic year, but must be submitted at least one month prior to conference travel. 


This grant provides modest support for students traveling outside the Chicago metropolitan area to present a paper on a topic relating to Japanese studies. The grant takes the form of reimbursement for up to $300 of travel-related expenses. A limited number of grants are also available for international conference travel up to $400.  Students may apply for and receive this grant more than once in an academic year.  If approved for the grant, original receipts and reimbursement paperwork requests must be submitted within 30 days after the end of travel.  No exceptions.

Committee on Japanese Studies

The Committee on Japanese Studies is comprised of all University of Chicago faculty with a scholarly interest in Japanese subjects. The committee coordinates and supports Japan-related programs throughout the university and presents a wide variety of Japan-related outreach activities both on and off campus. It also seeks to partner with other entities locally, regionally, nationally and globally to build Japan awareness and strengthen Japan studies. Hoyt Long serves as Chair of the Japanese Studies Committee.


Hoyt Long

Associate Professor
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Chair, Committee on Japanese Studies, CEAS

1050 E 59th St
Wieboldt 301C
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 834-1868

Eligible Countries
Host Country
Publish Date
February 03, 2017