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Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships 2023 Scheme

This is to inform the general public that Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships 2023 Scheme is now ongoing for all eligible applicant.

The basic requirements and benefits for Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships 2023 Scheme do well to follow the steps below.

 

How to Apply for Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships

 

Benefits of Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships

The one-year Fellowship will commence in September 2023 and carries a value of £24,000. For the six-month Fellowship, please state the preferred start date in your application. This may be subject to negotiation. The six-month Fellowship carries a value of £12,000. One-year Fellowships are preferred.

Requirements for Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships Qualification

Open to scholars who have received a PhD in any area of Japanese culture. Preference will be given to applicants working in the fields of visual studies, including but not limited to history of art, cultural heritage, archaeology, architecture, film studies, and digital humanities.
Fellows are required to have a good level of spoken and written English.

How to Apply for Sainsbury Institute Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships

  • To submit an application for a Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowship, send an email to obtain the application form.
  • Once completed, the application form should be emailed back to sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org. In addition to the application form, enclose:
  • Curriculum Vitae (include the date your PhD is expected to be conferred, if not already conferred) and
  • Sample of writing (for example a published article, or a core chapter of the PhD)
    All application documents must be in English.
  • In addition, two letters of reference should be sent by email or mail to arrive by the application deadline. If sent by mail, they should be signed and sealed and sent directly by the referee to the Sainsbury Institute, 64 The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DH, UK. If they are sent by email, they should be emailed directly by the referee to sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org.

About Sainsbury Institute

The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC) was founded in 1999 through the generosity of Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury to promote knowledge and understanding of Japanese arts and cultures. In its second decade the Institute has formulated a renewed mission statement which not only reflects the benefactors’ intentions and is grounded in their original vision, but aims to expand its intellectual horizons.

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