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William Jones Fellowship

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In order to foster international research collaboration, the Centre for the History of Religion in Asia is offering a non-stipendiary visiting research fellowship. The incumbent will join the research community of the Centre for a period of no less than two weeks and up to six months. He or she will collaborate on research projects pertaining to the historical study of religion in Asia (examples of collaborative activity include translation activities, thematic discussions, and the planning or writing of collaborative research outputs or research grant applications). The incumbent will be expected to offer one lecture to the academic staff and students of the School of History, Archaeology and Religion during their residency or, alternatively, to run a translation or discussion workshop. Full library access and office facilities will be provided. There will not normally be more than one William Jones Fellow at any given time. If you are interested, please send a C.V. and covering letter to the Centre’s development officer, Dr. James M. Hegarty (

William Jones Fellows

2013 Fernando Wulff Alonso

McComas Taylor