Scholarships and Resident Research
Visiting scholars who wish to spend time at the Institute should contact the Director to apply for the status of a Visiting Research Fellow (see list of former fellows). Please include a brief curriculum vitae and a statement of your intended research topic. As far as room is available, we will try to accomodate you with an office. You may also lodge with us at the Paulus Heim, space permitting.
The list of previous Visiting Research Fellows includes numerous Japan Foundation Fellowship grantees, Fullbright scholars, and NEH fellows, as well as individuals on sabbatical or privately funded. While at the Institute, such scholars have full use of the facilities of the Institute as well as the main library of the University and an extensive library of the theological faculty.
A follow-up to "Pentecostalism in East Asia," this project aims to clarify the development of Christianity in contemporary Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and China.