EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR FRANCE-STANFORD FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS: MARCH 15, 2013. the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies will be awarding Visiting Student Researcher Fellowships for Graduate Students in all disciplines addressing historical and contemporary issues of significance for France and the United States from a broad range of perspectives. The maximum funding available for Stanford students seeking to perform research in France is $7,000.
In collaboration with the Center for South Asia and ICA, the Sohaib and Sara Abbasi Program is pleased to announce a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Literary Cultures of Muslim South Asia. Candidates must specialize in literary or cultural studies connected to a major language of South Asian Muslim literary production such as Urdu-Hindi, Persian, or Bengali. The position is open to scholars in any historical period. Disciplinary training may be in area studies (South Asia or Near East), Anthropology, Comparative Literature, History, or Religious Studies.
The SGS photo contest presents an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to see the world through a unique lens – that of our students. Enter your favorite photos (or several). What makes a photograph a winner? Technical quality, clarity and composition are all important, but so too is a flair for the unexpected and the ability to capture a picture-perfect moment.
Any graduate or undergraduate student affiliated with any of the following programs:
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: JANUARY 31, 2013.
The France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies is pleased to announce the creation of The FSCIS Visiting Student Researcher Fellowships for Graduate Students.
MICHELLE MOORE APOTSOS
(Ph.D. Student, Department of Art & Art History)
for fieldwork in Northern Ghana on Afro-Islamic aesthetics and architectural production
(Ph.D. Student, Department of Religious Studies)