Career Advice: Art of the Conference Paper An essay on how to give effective conference papers, advice that is useful in many academic and non-academic settings.
The TCJS is pleased to offer travel grants to scholars outside the Durham/Raleigh/Chapel
Hill/Greensboro area to conduct Japan-related research at Triangle institutions using Japanese
materials in the Duke Library, UNC’s Ackland Art Museum or NCSU's Gregg Museum of Art and
GRANT AMOUNT: $750 to cover travel, hotel and photocopy expenses
PRIORITY GIVEN TO APPLICANTS:
• who document how their research will benefit from access to Japan-related materials in the
Triangle and whose research will take advantage of their strengths
• who are located in the Southeast or at institutions which do not have easy access to comparable
• Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. A total of ten awards will be made.
• Awards must be used before June 30, 2012.
• Each recipient is required to submit a short summary of the research accomplished with the
grant by June 30, 2012
TO APPLY: Submit (email applications preferred) a brief description of your research topic, sources in
the collection you plan to use, a brief curriculum vitae, an estimated budget, and any questions you
may have to:
Head, East Asian Collection
Dept. of International and Area Studies
For more information, please visit http://trianglejapan.org
Popular Anthropology Magazine seeks submissions from Visual Anthropologists for publication in future issues. Each quarter, Popular Anthropology Magazine features the photography of a visual anthropologist on the cover of the magazine. In addition, a two-page spread on the inside of the magazine is devoted to both the photography and the biography of the visual anthropologist. As with all of our other submissions, Popular Anthropology Magazine allows visual anthropologists to maintain copyright over the photographs they submit and the edited text; we only require permission to publish and disseminate the material. Subscription to the magazine is entirely free.
September issue Flash-Flip Magazine Online HERE
September issue Flash-Flip Magazine Download HERE
September issue PDF HERE
For consideration as a featured Visual Anthropologist, please provide the following information and materials to Dawn C. Stricklin at firstname.lastname@example.org:
o Two to ten photographs of your subject(s)
o A 100-200 word biographical sketch
o A photograph of yourself
o A 400-800 word essay describing the photograph(s). Information can include, but is not limited to, a description of the research site, the reason why the photograph was taken, your experiences there, and etc.
The East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) goals are to introduce U.S. graduate students to East Asia and Pacific science and engineering in the context of a research setting, and to help students initiate scientific relationships that will better enable future collaboration with foreign counterparts. Selected students participate in research experiences at host laboratories in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, or Taiwan. All institutes, except Japan, last approximately 8 weeks from June to August. Japan lasts approximately 10 weeks from June to August.
For more information, please visit the NSF Summer Institutes page here: http://nsfsi.org/
The Program Manager is:
Graham M. Harrison, Ph.D.
Office of International Science and Engineering
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22230