University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute (Malaysia) – Honorary Affiliations
The Asia Research Institute at the University of Nottingham Malaysia welcomes fellowship applications from scholars working on aspects of Asia that connect with the Institute’s theme of TransAsia as well as its members’ research interests. The theme of TransAsia broadly encompasses research in several fields that cover linkages, influences and networks across national and cultural borders within Asia or between Asia and beyond. Examples include issues of trust, security, soft power, food and identity in Asia or inter-Asia, media and gender, migration, cosmopolitan networks. Applications outside of this theme are welcome, but intending applicants should contact the Institute’s Director, Associate Professor Gaik Cheng Khoo, prior to submission.
There are two types of honorary affiliations: Visiting Research Fellowships for applicants from overseas institutions who would like to be affiliated with us while temporarily based in Malaysia; or Honorary Research Associates for independent scholars based in Malaysia.
Announcement: 2019-2020 Southeast Asian Writing Fellowship (RM3,000)
For the 2019-2020 academic year, UoNARI is inviting applications especially from scholars working in Southeast Asia who wish to use the writing fellowship to complete an article for journal publication. A small living allowance of up to RM3,000 is available upon application, but it is expected that applicants will already be at an academic institution or have institutional employment elsewhere.
Applications based on co-authorship with a Nottingham academic are also welcome. We also welcome applications from scholars who have not yet published in English but who have made a recognised contribution to scholarship in a language of the person’s home country. Assistance with English language publication may be offered. For all affiliated positions, any resulting publications will acknowledge affiliation with UoNARI, Malaysia, be asked to present a seminar, and encouraged to attend the activities of UoNARI.
Please submit your applications by email to UoNARI@nottingham.edu.my.
An application should consist of a two-paged research and publication proposal detailing your topic as well as the duration and dates of your visit and a CV. In addition, for the Southeast Asian Writing Fellowship, we require the name of two referees willing to comment on your scholarly work.
Resource and Support
Those holding honorary positions - successful fellows and research associates - will be given a Nottingham university email account, granted access to the online library and use of the computer terminals in the Kuala Lumpur Teaching Centre on Jalan Conlay.
In addition to the above, the writing fellow will be allocated a workspace in the Semenyih campus.
Applications close on 30 November 2019 (for Jan-June 2020 fellows). We prefer fellowships to be taken up between Jan-June 2020. Only one writing fellow will be appointed in 2019-20 academic year. Decisions will be made by the UoNARI-M Board.