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Grants for Short-Term International Research Fellowships in India or Japan; deadline 21 March 2013

Posted on 18/02/2013

The AHRC has re-opened the International Placement Scheme (IPS) for 2013/14 applications to Sarai, India and National Institutes For The Humanities (NIHU), Japan.

The Arts and Humanities Research Council’s International Placement Scheme (IPS) is an exciting scheme which offers short, funded, overseas research fellowships for Early Career Researchers and PhD students.

The 2013 application deadline has recently passed, but due to interest in two of the placement organisations, Sarai and NIHU, the scheme has been temporarily re-opened for applications.  Eligibility requirements have also been extended so that early career researchers are no longer required to hold current AHRC/ESRC funding.

Based in Delhi, Sarai is a vibrant research centre, part of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, (CSDS) one of India’s leading research institutes.  Sarai’s commitment to interdisciplinarity brings together international researchers in areas including cultural studies, film and cinema studies, contemporary art, performance, urban and city studies, empirical sociology, architecture and politics.   

NIHU is made up of six Inter-University Research Institutes which collectively support academic research on culture and the humanities.

+The Sarai and NIHU IPS application deadline is 21 March 2013

+More information on the scheme and guidance on how to apply can be found on the AHRC IPS webpages


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