The European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS) is delighted to announce that the EATS Research and Publication Grant for the year 2022 is now open for applications. The grant supports a wide range of activities relevant to Taiwan Studies, as proposed by the applicant, involving research or publication done before 31st December 2022. Grants are up to €500 maximum per application, subject to EATS finances.
EATS members currently enrolled for a master’s degree, MPhil or PhD, as well as those who are not in full-time employment, are eligible to apply. To become a member of EATS, visit: https://www.eats-taiwan.eu/register. Past recipients of EATS Research and Publication Grants are ineligible. One applicant may submit only one application.
Previous uses for this grant:
- To conduct interviews and participant observation.
- To visit libraries and archives.
- To undertake other data collection activities.
For 2022, we also include the following for fundable activities:
- Expenses for publishing to open access publications, for tasks such as proofreading.
- The purchase of books, media and other research material.
- Expenses for working on podcast series, including the creation of video material on Taiwan, which must be open access.
- CV of the applicant
- Research outline (title and description, maximum one page of A4)
- Details of fieldwork/research plan (maximum one page of A4)
- Itemised budget
Application procedure and workshop report
Send applications by email to [email protected] (cc Dr Jens Damm [email protected]) with the subject Application for EATS Research and Publication Grant. The deadline for submission is 15/31 October 2022
Successful applicants are required to submit a final report to EATS within one month of the completion of the funded work. The report will be published in the EATS Newsletter. Past EATS awardees can be found here: https://www.eats-taiwan.eu/eats-funding/fieldwork-grant
Results will be announced by email first and published later on EATS’ website. It is the applicant’s own responsibility to check emails for notifications. If EATS does not receive a reply from the successful applicant confirming their acceptance of the award by the deadline specified in the notification email, EATS will withdraw the grant.
European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS)