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Wang Gungwu Visiting Fellows Programme
ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute The programme aims to nurture the next generation of scholars and policymakers who seek to explore the nexus of big-power relations and its impact on Southeast Asia. The programme is open to pre- and postdoctoral candidates and mid-career policymakers. Visiting Fellows will be expected to conduct policy-relevant research in the following priority areas: - Developments in US-China relations and their impact on Southeast Asia - Asia Pacific security issues (i.e. South China Sea, China-ASEAN relations) - Rise of China and its impact on Southeast Asian communities - Use of digital media and technology by major powers to shape perceptions and interests in Southeast Asian countries - Progress and prospects of global economic cooperation initiatives like the Belt and Road Initiative and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
Applications for the 2023 intake will be open from May to July 2022. Fellowships may be for a minimum of two months up to a period of six months. Successful applicants are expected to be in residence at ISEAS for the duration of their fellowship.
Senior Program Manager, Southeast Asian Studies, Yale University
Yale University, Council on Southeast Asia Studies, MacMillan Center This position will have a primary focus on Southeast Asia and will be responsible for overseeing the MacMillan Center Southeast Asia Studies Council’s many programs and events, as well as supporting key faculty in building out the council’s strategy. Additionally, this role will oversee the launch of the Program for Burmese Democracy & Federalism, which will host Burmese scholars and activists and collaborate with Burmese organizations (both in Myanmar and in exile). This role will also be responsible for supporting fundraising proposals and overseeing existing funding and grants.
Researchers in Archeology and Fine Arts
SEAMEO SPAFA SEAMEO SPAFA is seeking to fill 2 researcher positions to conduct research activities and knowledge dissemination in the fields of the Centre’s mandate, e.g. archaeology, anthropology, art history, museology, performing arts, visual arts, cultural heritage, cultural resource management, etc. Application deadline: 26 June 2022
Submission for The Southeast Asia Digital Library (SEADL) Undergraduate Paper Award
Southeast Asia Digital Library (SEADL) SEADL seeks papers from undergraduates concerning original research in Southeast Asian Studies. The first place winner will receive their choice of TWO BOOKS from the Southeast Asia Program Publications catalog. Both first and second place winners will have their papers published on the Southeast Asia Digital Library. Applicants must be current undergraduate students at CORMOSEA affiliated institutions* at the time of submission. Applicants must agree that, should they win, their papers will be made openly accessible and published online on the Southeast Asia Digital Library. Submission packets should include a cover page containing the paper title, author name, author email, institutional affiliation, and date. Papers should be submitted as a separate PDF document listing only the title. No author information should be included in the paper itself to allow for blind evaluation. Submission should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 24 June.
Program Manager (Faculty Development Seminars)
Council of American Overseas Research Centers https://www.caorc.org/post/caorc-is-hiring-a-program-manager
Lecturer in Twentieth-Century International History at University of Leeds.
University of Leeds The School of History at the University of Leeds is seeking a full-time Lecturer working on the international history of the twentieth century. The candidate will carry out research and teaching in twentieth-century international history. They can expect to teach at all levels of the undergraduate programme. They will take the lead in developing new and innovative teaching relating to their research expertise, both through the development of their own portfolio of modules and via contributions to existing team-taught courses and programmes. They will contribute to all the undergraduate programmes, with a particular focus on the BA International History and Politics programme. They will contribute to relevant MA programmes, including the MA in Modern History. They will supervise research students and take on appropriate administrative duties within the School, Faculty and University. Apply by 14 July 2022.