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Asian Studies Development Program

Modern China in Three Keys: History, Culture and Social Change

Modern China in Three Keys: History, Culture and Social Change is the year-one summer institute of the multiyear Enhancing Undergraduate Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies project focusing on minority-serving institutions which aims to enhance Asia-focused undergraduate learning through advancing teaching expertise on China (Year 1) and Southeast Asia (Year 2).
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This is part of Enhancing Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies—a multiyear project supported by a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

Dates: July 10-21, 2023

Location: Honolulu, Hawai‘i

DEADLINE
Applications must be submitted by March 10, 2023.

Applications are sought from humanities and social science teachers committed to infusing institute content into their undergraduate courses and to developing Chinese studies offerings on their campuses. Twenty participants will be selected with a target of including five to seven institutional teams, supplemented with a small number of individual participants. Preference will be given to applications from individuals and teams from minority-serving institutions.

Applications should include an institutional letter of support, current CV and an essay (up to 1,500 words) providing relevant information about your personal and academic background; your reasons for applying to this program; how you anticipate the Institute will impact your teaching and/or research; and a statement about how participating in the program will help further the growth of Asian studies at your school.

Each member of an institutional team must submit an individual application, which should include a paragraph identifying fellow team members and the institutional goals of participating in the program. Mention should also be made of any intentions for the school to support a team application for the Summer 2024 program on Southeast Asia, and whether any member(s) of the current team is likely to be part of the prospective team application.

The Application Process

Please fill out the application and submit your documents through Submittable:

Create a Submittable account to see the full application and apply:

  • Read the instructions for each item carefully before entering your information.
  • Submittable does not log you out automatically when you exit your browser. Therefore, it is important that you sign out from your Submittable account.
  • Since you will not be able to edit it afterward, make sure to review your application before submitting it. If your application is not ready, you can save it as a draft and submit it at a later time. The saved drafts of your application can be found in your account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission you need to change something in your application, contact the Institute staff at [email protected].

Modern China in Three Keys: History, Culture and Social Change

Modern China in Three Keys: History, Culture and Social Change is the year-one summer institute of the multiyear Enhancing Undergraduate Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies project focusing on minority-serving institutions which aims to enhance Asia-focused undergraduate learning through advancing teaching expertise on China (Year 1) and Southeast Asia (Year 2).
Click here to learn more

This is part of Enhancing Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies—a multiyear project supported by a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

Dates: July 10-21, 2023

Location: Honolulu, Hawai‘i

DEADLINE
Applications must be submitted by March 10, 2023.

Applications are sought from humanities and social science teachers committed to infusing institute content into their undergraduate courses and to developing Chinese studies offerings on their campuses. Twenty participants will be selected with a target of including five to seven institutional teams, supplemented with a small number of individual participants. Preference will be given to applications from individuals and teams from minority-serving institutions.

Applications should include an institutional letter of support, current CV and an essay (up to 1,500 words) providing relevant information about your personal and academic background; your reasons for applying to this program; how you anticipate the Institute will impact your teaching and/or research; and a statement about how participating in the program will help further the growth of Asian studies at your school.

Each member of an institutional team must submit an individual application, which should include a paragraph identifying fellow team members and the institutional goals of participating in the program. Mention should also be made of any intentions for the school to support a team application for the Summer 2024 program on Southeast Asia, and whether any member(s) of the current team is likely to be part of the prospective team application.

The Application Process

Please fill out the application and submit your documents through Submittable:

Create a Submittable account to see the full application and apply:

  • Read the instructions for each item carefully before entering your information.
  • Submittable does not log you out automatically when you exit your browser. Therefore, it is important that you sign out from your Submittable account.
  • Since you will not be able to edit it afterward, make sure to review your application before submitting it. If your application is not ready, you can save it as a draft and submit it at a later time. The saved drafts of your application can be found in your account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission you need to change something in your application, contact the Institute staff at [email protected].