[KS] Kyujanggak 2011 fellowships announcement
icks at snu.ac.kr
Mon Dec 6 02:41:40 EST 2010
Please circulate the below announcement widely!!
The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies would like to invite applications for its 2010-2011 fellowships. The fellowships provide Korean Studies researchers with the opportunity to use the Kyujanggak collection as well as other resources at Seoul National University to carry out their research projects or prepare a manuscript for publication. Three kinds of fellowships are available:
- Fellowship A (Korean Studies faculty, 6 or 10 months)
- Fellowship B (post-doctoral grant, 6 or 10 months)
- Junior fellowship (PhD students, 3 months)
Benefits vary according to the fellowship: Fellowships A and B include a stipend, housing, airfare, and research assistance; the junior fellowship consists of a KRW 3,000,000 grant and research assistance. For more details, and information on other programs such as the archives grant and the summer workshop, please visit our website:
Applications should include a cover letter, five-page research proposal (two page PhD thesis summary for junior fellowships), application form (available online), full CV, two writing samples (one for junior fellowships), and two letters of recommendation (for junior fellowships, one should be by the academic supervisor and one by an SNU faculty member). Fellows are expected to be in residence for the full term of their fellowship, contribute to the academic activities at Kyujanggak, and submit their work to be considered for publication in the Seoul Journal of Korean Studies (articles) or the Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies (monographs).
For fellowships starting in September or December 2011, the application deadline is Dec. 29, 2010. Applications can be sent either online to icks at snu.ac.kr by the due date, or sent via mail to the address below, postmarked no later than the due date. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
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