Fulbright Scholar Program

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Catalog of Awards

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Peace Studies (Teaching)

East Asia and the Pacific


Award Details
Grant Activity

Teach graduate-level courses focusing on the causes of armed conflict; how to develop ways to prevent and resolve war, genocide, terrorism, gross violations of human rights; and how to build peaceful and just systems and societies. Average class size is eight to 15 students and the in-class teaching requirement is three hours per week. Grantees will also advise students and assist with curriculum development.

In addition to being a prestigious academic exchange program, the Fulbright Program is designed to expand and strengthen relationships between the people of the United States and citizens of other nations and to promote international understanding and cooperation. To support this mission, Fulbright Scholars will be asked to give public talks, mentor students, and otherwise engage with the host community, in addition to their primary activities‎.
Grant Length
4 or 10 months
Grant Dates

Grants must begin September 1, 2020 or March 1, 2021.


The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University, Namyangju, Gyonggi

Flex Option
Discipline Type
Only applications in the following disciplines will be considered
History, American
Area Studies, non- U.S.
History, non- U.S.
Political Science
Religious Studies
Areas of Interest

While this award is open to any project in the disciplines listed above, there is interest in scholars who are in these particular specialty areas.

Applications in these specializations will be considered: East Asian Comparative Studies; Global Governance; International Security Policies; Human Rights and Democracy; the United Nations and Global Peace; Peace and Conflict Resolution; Regional Politics and Economy; Regional Organizations in the Asia-Pacific Region; U.S. Politics; Diplomacy and Negotiation.

Special Features

East Asia Pacific Fulbright Regional Travel Grant

During their grant period, Fulbright Scholars in the East Asia and Pacific (EAP) region have the opportunity to apply for funds to support short-term (3-14 days) travel to other countries in the EAP region for activities such as lectures, workshops, graduate or faculty seminars, master classes or recitals, curricular advising or panel presentations. Funding covers transportation only. It is not necessary to suggest regional activities nor identify a host as part of the initial Fulbright application, though scholars may pursue invitations for short-term activities in other EAP countries once notified that they have been selected for a Fulbright grant. Scholars may only apply for travel program funds when in country during their Fulbright grant period.

Application Deadline
Degree Requirements
Ph.D. (or other terminal degree) required
Candidate Profile
Academics, except early career
Program Staff
Michelle Bolourchi
Outreach and Recruitment Specialist
Sarah Causer
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