Call for Manuscripts
Tang Center Series in Early China
Sponsored by the Tang Center and to be published by Columbia University Press, the “Tang Center Series in Early China” includes new studies that make major contributions to our understanding of early Chinese civilization or that which break new theoretical or methodological grounds in Early China studies. The series is especially interested in publishing works that analyze newly discovered paleographic and manuscript materials as well as archaeological data. Disciplinary focuses of the series are history, archaeology, art history, anthropology, literature, philosophy, and the history of sciences and technology. The series spans from the Neolithic period to the end of the Han Dynasty (AD 220), or to the end of the Tang Dynasty (AD 907) for titles in archaeology. All submissions are subject to peer reviews and editorial evaluation. For more information, please see http://tangcenter-columbia.org/publications
. Interested authors should submit a book proposal (maximum 25 manuscript pages), accompanied by CV, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by mail to: 509 Kent Hall, 1140 Amsterdam Avenue, MC 3907, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027.
Call for Applications
The Tang Post-Doctoral Research Award in Early China Studies
The Tang Center for Early China offers one Post-Doctoral Research Award in the amount of $10,000 each year in recognition of outstanding research projects in early Chinese civilization or in archaeology.
The Tang Visiting Scholar’s Fellowship
The Tang Center offers Visiting Scholar’s Fellowship each year to one scholar for an in-residence research period of 10 months at Columbia University, or to two scholars for a period of 5 months each, depending on the need of the proposed projects. The applicant must be non-US based.
Workshop and Conference Grants
The Tang Center offers grants in the amount of $10,000 each to up to two workshop and/or conference proposals each academic year, depending on the scale. Each workshop or conference should have an identified central problem or theme on which the papers will focus. Alternatively, the workshop/conference can be centered on a newly discovered corpus of materials or manuscripts, or on an important archaeological site, or a region.
Application deadline: November 30 for all programs.
509 Kent Hall, MC3907, 1140 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027