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AMERICAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE (AAC)

The AAC is comprised of distinguished scholars from various cultural and educational institutions across the United States. Based on the recommendations of the AAC, the final selection of grantees is made by The Japan Foundation Tokyo. The AAC screens the following four programs: Research Fellowships, Short-Term Research Fellowships, Doctoral Fellowships, and the Institutional Project Support Program (IPS).  Applicants are usually notified of the results in April.

 
Members

as of November 2016

Prof. E. Taylor Atkins
Northern Illinois University
Prof. William Bodiford
University of California at Los Angeles
Prof. Daniel Botsman
Yale University
Prof. Michael Bourdaghs
University of Chicago
Prof. Andrew Gordon
Harvard University
Prof. Eiko Ikegami
The New School
Prof. Keller Kimbrough
University of Colorado at Boulder
Prof. David Leheny
Princeton University
Prof. Patricia Maclachlan
University of Texas at Austin
Prof. Laura Miller
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Prof. Mari Noda
The Ohio State University
Prof. Ann Sherif
Oberlin College
Prof. Mike Smitka
Washington and Lee University
Prof. Gennifer Weisenfeld
Duke University
Prof. Christine Yano
University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

Awards

Awards are made on the basis of scholarly and professional quality, the project's contribution to a better understanding of Japanese culture, arts, language, and society, and the project's potential to stimulate cultural relations between Japan and the world.

2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96


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