University of Michigan Center for Southeast Asian Studies Library Fellowship

For those with an interest in Philippine archaeology, in particular, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Michigan is offering a short fellowship for scholars interested in Southeast Asian Studies. Applications close 31 May 2013.

Fellowship Opportunity Announcement

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies and the University Library at the University of Michigan offers a four-week research fellowship to Southeast Asian scholars to use the research resources of the University of Michigan. Information on U-M collections can be accessed hereand include specialized collections on the Philippine-American period, Philippine ethnology and archaeology, and the Vietnam War.

The Fellowship provides reimbursement for international airfare, research funds, and stipend and housing while the scholar is in residence at Ann Arbor. The scholar will enjoy research space and computing privileges at the University, as well as assistance from the Southeast Asia research librarian and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies is a vibrant, interdisciplinary academic community at the University.  CSEAS collaborates with students and faculty members on programming at the University, including a regular lecture series, courses, workshops, and conferences, as well as outreach to the community in the form of school visits, resources for teachers, and public performances. For more information see our site.

Author: Noel Tan

Dr Noel Hidalgo Tan is the Senior Specialist in Archaeology at SEAMEO-SPAFA, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaelogy and Fine Arts.

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