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The Anne van Biema Fellowship
$2,500 - $37,800
The Anne van Biema Fellowship supports research at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Research proposals are evaluated in terms of merit, originality, methodology, and potential for significant publication that will advance scholarly and public understanding of the Japanese visual arts. Interdisciplinary proposals with a primary focus on Japanese visual arts are considered.
Awards are made to scholars at the post-doctoral or senior graduate levels for periods of two to nine months, and are not renewable.
The Anne van Biema Fellowship is intended to provide an environment conducive to research, writing, and collegial discourse. Fellows are expected to devote themselves full-time to the proposed project, to participate in the scholarly community and programs of the museums, and to present a research-in-progress seminar during the period of the appointment.
High School and Bachelor Degree
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The fellowship includes round-trip travel at US government rates from the fellow’s residence to Washington, DC.
Applications must be submitted in English and must include:
1. Curriculum vitae with contact information and complete list of publications
2. Research proposal consisting of a précis (250 words) and a narrative (maximum length 2000 words). The proposal should address previous relevant research and published results, the significance of the current project to the field of Japanese art history or related disciplines, methodology, and projected schedule of research and writing.
3. Budget for projected research expenses, not to exceed $2,500 for the full nine month period.
4. Two letters of recommendation (original versions) in sealed envelopes signed across the flap. Reviewers should comment on the merits of the proposal and the feasibility of the research plan, as well as the candidate’s past publication record and potential for original contribution to the field of Japanese art history.
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Fine, Visual, Applied and Performing Arts
African American, American Indian or Native, Asian, Alaskan, Pacific Islander, Hispanic-Latino, White, Native American, Pacific asian american
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