Awards & Projects

ASEAS 2018 Travel Bursaries

ASEAS is offering 6 travel bursaries of £250 each to support the attendance of Southeast Asian researchers at the conference in Leeds on September 5-7. Scholars must be based at institutions in Southeast Asia and in need of a small amount of additional funding in order to attend. They may be linked with a collaborative project with a UK or other European academic institution and should already have had an abstract accepted for the conference.

Please send applications to Dr Janet Cochrane on J.E.Cochrane@leeds.ac.uk with your name and institutional affiliation, the title of the paper and the panel it has been accepted for, and outlining additional sources of funding already in place to attend the conference. (NB. the bursary will only be paid to a UK bank account on behalf of a Southeast Asian researcher or paid in cash on arrival in Leeds.)

 

ASEAS 2018 Research Impact Awards - CLOSED

 


2017-18: ASEAS Research Impact Award bursaries were awarded to Dr Eva Bentcheva (Asia Research Centre, Tate, London), Early Career Award; Dr. Tallyn Gray  (University of Westminster), Early Career Award; Ruji Auethavornpipat (Australian National University), Postgraduate Award; Jessica Rahardjo (University of Oxford), Postgraduate Award; and Sarah Windred (University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia), Postgraduate Award. 


Project reports of ASEAS-funded grants will be uploaded here when available. 


Click on the link below to read about ‘Islam, Trade & Politics across the Indian Ocean’ (‘The Ottoman Project’), which ran from 2009 to 2012.  The link includes information on the project aims and outcomes and a bibliography. 

Ottoman Southeast Asia Project

 

 

Previous Grant Recipients

Read reports here by Christopher Davis and Amanda Rogers - they received ASEASUK grants in 2014.