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2016 OAH-JAAS Japan Residencies Program

Deadline: Applications must be submitted by October 1, 2015.

In cooperation with and support from the Japan-United States Friendship Commission, the OAH and the Japanese Association for American Studies (JAAS) plan to send two American scholars to Japanese universities for two-week residencies in the summer of 2016, pending funding. During their residencies, the American historians give at least six lectures and/or seminars in English in their specialty. They also meet individually and in groups with Japanese scholars, graduate students, and undergraduate students studying American history and culture, and participate in the collegial life of their host institutions. The purpose of this exchange program is to facilitate scholarly dialogue and contribute to the expansion of scholarly networks among students and professors of American history in both countries. We are pleased to announce the twentieth year of the competition pending funding.
Round-trip airfare to Japan, housing, and modest daily expenses are covered by the award (note: if the host university is unable to provide housing, award recipients are expected to use the daily stipend to pay hotel expenses). Award winners are also encouraged to explore Japan before or after their two-week residency at their own expense.

HOST INSTITUTIONS FOR 2016

Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Tokyo, Japan)
Hoping for a specialist in Race/Ethnic Relations in the Twentieth-Century United States.
For two weeks: June 3 through June 16, 2016.

Contact Email: oah@oah.org
URL: http://www.oah.org/programs/residencies/japan/


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