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National Library Board: Research Fellowships (Singapore)

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The National Library Board of Singapore is calling for applications from national and international researchers for their research fellowships. International applications are welcome for two of their fellowships: Lee Kong Chian Research Fellowship and National Library Digital Fellowship.

The Lee Kong Chian Research Fellowship programme is a six-month residential fellowship. The Fellow will undertake research on the collections of the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library and the National Archives of Singapore. These materials include historical materials dating from the 16th century on Singapore and Southeast Asia and contemporary collection.

The National Library Digital Fellowship is a six-month programme to support research in the emerging field of digital humanities using the collections of the National Library, Singapore and the National Archives of Singapore.

The fellowships welcome applications from librarians, curators, historians, academics or independent researchers with established records of achievement in their chosen fields of research. Refer to each fellowship for more information.

A stipend of 3,500 SDG per month will be provided to help Fellows meet living expenses, local transportation and photocopying expenses. In addition to the stipend, overseas Fellows will be provided with a one-time relocation package of 1,500 SGD, a one-time return airfare of up to 1,500 SGD (reimbursement basis), and monthly accommodation allowance of up to 3,500 SGD (reimbursement basis).

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