Esherick-Ye Family Foundation FellowshipsClosing Date: –
Small grants to students and junior faculty for research and field work on China.
The Esherick-Ye Family Foundation was founded in 2016 by Joseph W. Esherick and his wife Ye Wa to support research on Chinese history and archaeology.
The foundation offers small grants to students and junior faculty for research and field work on China. It especially wishes to support young scholars willing to devote the time and energy required for careful, empirical, archival research and field work on the social and material conditions of life in China’s past.
The criteria upon which selections will be made consist of:
- The importance, feasibility, and promise of the proposed research project, the quality and detail of the proposal, the precision and reasonableness of the budget request, and the academic strength of the applicant.
- The contribution that the proposed research will make to our knowledge of modern Chinese economic, social, and political history or the archaeology of ancient China.
- Applicant’s demonstrated capacity to successfully complete the proposed project based on his academic record, recommendations, and the quality of application.
|Funding body||Esherick-Ye Family Foundation (EYFF)|
|Maximum value||6,000 USD|
|Category||Arts and Humanities|
|Fund or call||Fund|