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Call: Grants for database research on Chinese studies in humanities and social sciences

22 August 2018

The Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange is a non-profit organisation based in Taipei. Its remit includes support for academic scholars and institutions worldwide in relation to research on Chinese civilization. The Foundation promotes cooperation and international exchange between domestic and foreign academic organisations.

The database grants scheme is aimed at projects that relate to the collection and processing of database research materials that will be made available to the scholarly community at large.

Priority is given to collaborative projects involving institutions in Taiwan. Projects on Taiwan Studies are especially encouraged.

Applicants must be full-time faculty affiliated with a European university or other academic institution. Project directors may only submit one application. Grants of up to €120,000 can be awarded for up to three years.

The programme opens to applications on 1 August each year with a closing date of 15 October.

Please refer to the faculty guidelines for grant applications and inform your department chair and the Faculty Funding Officer ( if you are planning to apply.
Last modified:11 January 2019 09.58 a.m.

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