The National Library offers annual Japan Study Grants under the auspices of the Harold S. Williams Trust Fund. The Japan Study Grants were established to support interstate scholars and researchers whose work would benefit from access to the Japan-related collections of the National Library. Grants are offered for periods of up to four weeks commencing in January each year.
The opening date for applications for 2013/2014 is 1 July.
List of successful applicants for 2012/2013
The successful applicants for 2012/2013 are:
Dr. Victoria Eaves-Young, Tasmania, researching on 'The Diary of Tamura Yoshikazu: Writing Under the Gaze of the Kokutai During the Japanese Imperial Army New Guinea Campaign'
Ms. Machiko Ishikawa, Tasmania, researching on 'Nakagami Kenji: Paradox and the Representation of Silenced Subaltern Voice'
Dr. Emiko Okayama, Camperdown, with the research topic 'The World (sekai) and Innovation (shukō ) of Edo Yomihon: investigating Bakin's adaptation techniques'
Ms Kirsti Rawstron, Wollongong, with the research topic, 'A Comparative Study Gender Equality in Education and Employment in the post-CEDAW Asia-Pacific Region: Special Focus on Japan'
If you have any enquiries re coming Japan Study Grants, or Japan Fellowship, please contact us below;
Librarian, Japanese Collections
National Library of Australia
Canberra ACT 2600
Tel: +61 2 6262 1615