Visiting Scholar Program: Mershon Center for International Security Studies ("security" is broadly conceived)

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Dear Colleagues,

I want to call your attention to the following visiting scholar opportunity.  Please NOTE that the center has a very broad definition of "security" (it has funded projects on the history of Native American history, water control, intra-state violence/pacification, etc.).  I would love to see a strong pool of applicants who specialize in any Asia-related research.  OSU has excellent Japanese and Chinese library resources, among others, to support your work.  Please consult the URL below for program details and links to broader Mershon Center Activities.

Philip Brown

Visiting Scholars, Mershon Center for International Security Studies, The Ohio State University: The Mershon Center announces a self-funded Visiting Scholars program for 2015-2016. All visiting scholars will have office and computer support for research visits to the center for up to 12 months and access to $2,000 for their research and professional travel. Help with visa applications will be available if needed. Complete applications are due by April 1, 2015, with awards announced by May 1, 2015. For more information, see http://mershoncenter.osu.edu/grants/visiting-scholars.html. For questions, contact mershon.visitor@osu.edu.