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"Broder, Adam" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 9 May 2007 16:16:57 -0400
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Dear colleagues:
I work with the Fulbright Scholar Program, and would like the message
below to be distributed to your listserv subscribers.  Please feel free
to edit as you see fit.  Thank you.
As scholars in various humanities and social sciences disciplines, I
want to share with you several opportunities where your expertise and
experience is needed to lecture and/or conduct research in Asia and
Central Asia through the Fulbright Scholar program in the 2008-09
academic year.
** Lecture and conduct research in Japan in your area of expertise
through the All Disciplines
<>  award or
lecture on Study of the United States
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humanities or social sciences, including gender, women's and ethnic
** Korea has a broad array of awards for lecturing and/or research,
including the All Discliplines: Distinguished Lectureship for full
professors and Social Sciences, Humanities and Fine Arts research award
for Ph.D.s with four or more years of university/college teaching
experience. For more information on these awards and more, see 
** Malaysia offers the unique chance to train junior diplomats
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Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries while conducting
independent research on international relations. Or be affiliated with a
key Islamic institution around Kuala Lumpur to lecture and/or conduct
research on Islamic Studies
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** Help modernize agriculture and fisheries, conduct a distinguished
lecturing tour on American economic or foreign policy or lecture and
conduct research on an area of global significance in the Philippines.
Find out about these awards and more at
** Top universities and think tanks in Singapore are looking for
specialists in American history, International Relations, Strategic
studies and Political economy. For more information, see
** Kazakhstan welcomes applications in your specialization through the
All Disciplines award or lecturing, lecturing/research opportunities in
Agricultural Economics and American Studies. See 
** The Kyrgyz Republic
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have All Disciplines awards and welcome applications in anthropology,
archaeology and other social sciences and humanities disciplines.
Please keep in mind that Fulbright awards are for US citizens. To
register and apply for the 2008-09 competition, please click here:
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Also, if you have had a Fulbright grant in the past, a message on newly
adopted eligibility guildelines from the J. William Fulbright Foreign
Scholarship Board can be found at
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The application deadline for grants in the 2008-09 academic year is
August 1, 2007. You are welcome to contact us at any time with questions
you have about the awards or application. If you are not considering
making an application this year but know someone else who would benefit
from a Fulbright opportunity, please feel free to forward this message
on. Please be in touch with any questions.
Thank you.
Mamiko Hada
Program Officer
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden Street, N.W. Suite 5-L
Washington, DC 20008-3009
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Adam Broder
Program Associate - Asia/Middle East
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