Fellowships and Grants in China Studies 2017-18
The Esherick-Ye Family Foundation is pleased to announce its second annual competition for small grants of up to $5,000 to support projects in modern Chinese economic, social, and political history or archaeology.
Grants will support travel to China for research or field work. Grants are available for graduate students and untenured faculty for projects on modern Chinese history and for undergraduate and graduate students as well as untenured faculty in archaeology.
I am very very happy to announce that my new book, The End of Concern: Maoist China, Activism, and Asian Studies is officially out at Duke University Press. if you are interested in Global Maoism, Asian Studies in the US, and the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars, this is the book for you.
P.S.: I think the cover alone, which is solely the product of Duke UP's amazing design team, is worth the price of the book.
Call for Applications
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
The Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Theology invites applications for a
W3 Heisenberg Professorship for the Intellectual and Cultural History of China
A research note published in the new issue of Histoire sociale/Social History (Vol. 50, No.
The new issue of JBACS has articles of interest to PRC historians:
JBACS: Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies, new issue (Volume 7, July 2017) now out!
Please download here: http://bacsuk.org.uk/journal/journal-current-and-past-entries
Editors: Sarah Dauncey (University of Nottingham) and Gerda Wielander (University of Westminster).
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The new issue of Made in China may be of interest to those on this list who work on the commons or the environment in the broadest acceptation of both terms.
The issue is available for download at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/PDF/Made-in-China-2_2017.pdf
Previous issues are vailable at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/made-in-china-quarterly/
All the Best,