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New Job Announcement:

Professor in Japanese Studies, The University of Melbourne

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New Job Announcement:

[Deadline: November 15th] Assistant Professor in Japanese or Korean Art History or Architectural History at The University of British Columbia

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New Call for Papers announcement:

Conference: "Japan and Europe in Global Communication"

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New Exhibition announcement:

"Namban lacquer: Japan remained in Spain. 400 years after the Keichô Embassy".

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New Japanese Conference announcement:

2013 Conference of the International Association for Japanese Studies (IAJS)

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As of May 6th 2013, the EAJS Office has a new address.

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Toshiba International Foundation Scholarships 2015

Within the framework of the Toshiba International Foundation Fellowship programme conducted jointly by EAJS and the Toshiba International Foundation, the European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) selects candidates for a fellowship to undertake research in Japan.

The next application deadline is 31 March 2015.

To apply please use our online application system.

Applications are invited for Toshiba International Foundation scholarships for a three-month stay in Japan to be completed by the end of March 2016. Grantees can expect a fellowship of not more than 7000 EUR.

Applicants must be doctoral students, and they should be specialising in any subject of Japanese Studies at a European institution.

Applications should include:

·         A curriculum vitae and a brief statement (not more than 300 words) describing the project for which the applicant wishes to pursue his/her research in Japan. These two documents are to be submitted by the applicant via the online application system.

·         A letter of support from the student’s supervisor or advisor must be sent to the EAJS office separately by the advisor on the student’s behalf. It must be printed on university letterhead and display the advisor's signature. The letter may be sent by post or in PDF format by email.

Since the purpose of the scholarship is to encourage the academic study of Japan by those who have not already had a long-term experience in Japan, applications by Japanese High School graduates will not be considered.

The EAJS has been asked by the Toshiba International Foundation to administer these scholarships, and the decisions will be made by the Council of the EAJS.

For further information on Toshiba International Foundation, please visit http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/tifo/eng/index.html

For further information on the TIFO fellowships or the EAJS, please feel free to contact the EAJS office.