Comparative and Collaborative Research Grant
[ Grant Database ] [ Guidelines/Application forms ] [ Selection Committee ] [ Grants ]
To research, individually or with others, on countries other than the researchers' own; may involve cross-national comparisons or research on the entire region.
To hold conferences, workshops or seminars on pioneering or innovative topics in Southeast Asian studies; also to disseminate research results.
To invite a Southeast Asian expert in the region (i) to give a series of short-term (2-3 week) lectures, (ii) to help develop a joint research project with scholars at the host institution, or (iii) for both.
Priority given to basic scholarly research rather than policy-oriented research.
Eligible to apply:
For the first two project types: Any scholar or team of scholars in the humanities or social sciences who are Southeast Asian nationals, including East Timorese, residing in the region. Priority given to applicants from universities or research institutions.
For the last: A humanities or social science department at any university in the region that offers Southeast Asian studies courses.
For application forms and guidelines, please download here.
If you have questions, please fill up the Online Inquiry Form.
[ back to top ]
about us | grants | links | projects | publications | announcements | seas bulletin | contact us | faqs| home
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
© COPYRIGHT 2003 SEASREP ALL RIGHTS RESERVED