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ANU Indonesia Project Research Fellowship

The Australian National University (ANU) Indonesia Project aims to encourage research on the Indonesia’s development society and, in the longer term, to expand the number of young researchers with a close familiarity with Indonesia. To this end, it has received a grant from DFAT to partial fund a full-time (postdoctoral) research fellow who can undertake serious analytical work on any aspect of Indonesia’s development, and collaborate with the ANU Indonesia Project. The receiver of the funds will be called the ANU Indonesia Project (Postdoctoral) Research Fellow.

Whilst the fellow can be from any discipline and be based in any  department/centre/school within the ANU, a preference is for a researcher who works on the economy or the political economy of gender, disability or lagging regions in Indonesia. Training in economics is not required, however priority will be given to candidates that have some training in and familiarity with development economics or policy.

The appointed applicant can start as early as 1 November 2017 or as late as 1 June 2018.

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Postdoctoral Fellow in Transnational Asian Studies – Rice University in Houston

The Chao Center for Asian Studies (CCAS) at Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently accepting applications for the Annette and Hugh Gragg postdoctoral research fellowship in Transnational Asian Studies with an emphasis on Asian American Studies to begin July 1, 2017. By “transnational,” we mean an approach that devotes particular attention to the movement of people, products, ideas, technologies, etc. across established borders and boundaries. The search is open to geographical areas within Asia (including Asian America) and to a broad historical time of research.

The annual stipend is $50,000, with an additional $5,000 for research and travel expenses and a one-time relocation allowance of $3,000. Renewal for the second year will be contingent upon the appointee’s performance in the first year.

Applicants must have a PhD degree in hand by the time of appointment in one of the following fields: Anthropology, Art History, Asian American Studies, Asian Studies, Cinema, Comparative Literature, Global Health Studies, History, Political Science, Religion, Science and Technology Studies, Sociology, or Women’s/Gender/Sexuality Studies.


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