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South Asia Related Opportunities-Source: ISAS Berkeley.

Grants, Awards, & Fellowships:
·         BULPIP-AIPS Fall 2017 Fellowship - January 15, 2017 deadline
·         Senior Fellowship at the Gurmani Centre for Languages and Literature - January 15, 2017 deadline
·         Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Gurmani Centre for Languages and Literature - January 15, 2017 deadline
·         AISLS Curriculum Development Grants January 15, 2017 deadline
·         Sardar Patel Award for the best dissertation on the subject of modern India January 20, 2017 deadline
·         National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Fellowship - January 30, 2017 Deadline
·         Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships - January 31, 2017 Deadline
·         Boren Awards for Language Study in India - January 31, 2017 deadline
·         2017 LankaCorps Fellowship - February 1, 2017 deadline
·         SASLI FLAS Fellowships - February 13, 2017 deadline
·         Tata Social Internship Program - February 14, 2017 Deadline
·         Human Rights Center Fellowship, UC Berkeley - February 22, 2017 deadline
·         SASLI Fee remissions - March 12, 2017 deadline
·         SASLI April 1, 2017 Deadline
·         Hart Fellowship for Tamil Studies - April 10, 2017 Deadline
·         Fellowship at the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh Rolling Deadline 
·         American Institute of Pakistan Studies Travel Grant - Rolling Deadline
·         AIBS Travel Grants ongoing

Conferences:

Call For Papers:
·         South Asia by the Bay Graduate Student Conference, Stanford University - January 20, 2017 deadline
·         Harf Journal of South Asian Studies - January 20, 2017 deadline
·         South Asian Studies Association Call for Papers January 24, 2017
·         Debates and Critical Review, Elsevier - ongoing
·         South Asian Voices - ongoing
·         Berkeley Student Journal of Asian Studies - ongoing
·         Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences - ongoing
·         SAGE: Studies in Indian Politics- ongoing 

Jobs:
·         Summer CLS Hindi Program Resident Director - Review Date: January 16, 2017 Deadline; open until filled
·         Summer CLS Urdu Program Resident Director - Review Date: January 16, 2017 Deadline; open until filled
·         Summer CLS Punjabi Program Resident Director - Review Date: January 16, 2017 Deadline; open until filled
·         Summer CLS Bangla Program Resident Director - Review Date: January 16, 2017 Deadline; open until filled
·         BULPIP-AIPS Program Manager Vacancy - January 20, 2017 deadline
·         BULPIP-AIPS Urdu Instructor Vacancy - January 20, 2017 deadline
·         Lecturer Pool, Languages of South Asia, University of California, Berkeley - Final Deadline: November 9, 2017
·         Program and South Asia Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh - open until filled
·         International Centre for Climate Change and Development - check link for vacancies
·         Freelance Reporter for Record - ongoing

Internships: 
·         1947 Partition Archive Internships - ongoing
·         NIRMAN India Internship - ongoing

Study Abroad:
·         Duke Semester in India 
·         Semester at Sea
·         South India Term Abroad (SITA)

·         UW in India

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