2012 Visiting Scholars Program in Humanities and Social Sciences at Harvard University, USA

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This program offers faculty members in the humanities and social sciences the opportunity to undertake 10 months of study and research at Harvard University. Approximately 10 to 15 applicants are chosen each year as researchers at the Harvard-Yenching Institute, with access to the Harvard University libraries and facilities. Scholars are provided with a stipend to cover living expenses while at the Institute. Applicants and university/academy administrators will be notified of selection results in mid-February, 2013. The selection criteria include English proficiency, academic training (including PhD degree in most cases), quality and originality of the research proposal, demonstrated depth of subject knowledge, the feasibility of conducting the research at Harvard University and/or other major universities in the United States. Selected scholars are required to consult with faculty at Harvard and/or 2 other appropriate universities, and to make at least one public presentation in English on their proposed research project during their stay at the Institute.

The selection criteria include English proficiency, academic training (including PhD degree in most cases), quality and originality of the research proposal, demonstrated depth of subject knowledge, the feasibility of conducting the research at Harvard University and/or other major universities in the United States.

Deadline: September 30, 2012

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