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Grants to USA institutions of higher education for the expansion of Japanese Studies programs. Applicants must submit a Letter of Intent prior to applying. Funding may be used for faculty support, student support, educational materials and resources, travel expenses, and expenses related to conferences and seminars. The purpose of the program is to encourage innovation and growth in the field of Japanese Studies.
The Japan Foundation (JF) welcomes Institutional Project Support (IPS) proposals designed to meet institutional needs in Japanese Studies, whether for a single institution, collaborating institutions or consortia. Applications that create tenured or tenure-track positions in Japanese Studies will be given strong priority.
Small institutions, newly established institutions, and institutions without an established program of
Japanese Studies at the graduate level are also highly encouraged to apply.
Japanese language-related components may be supported if they are part of a more comprehensive Japanese studies project.
Estimated Size of Grant:
Projects must commence between April 1, 2023 and March 31, 2024 and its duration can be up to three years.
Email applications to: Japanese_studies@jpf.go.jp
Or mail applications to:
The Japan Foundation, New York
Attn: Japanese Studies Division
1700 Broadway, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10019
For further inquiries, please contact the email address listed above or (212) 489-0299