The East Asian Studies Program and the Society of Fellows are co-sponsoring a three-year EAP-Cotsen Post-doctoral Fellowship in East Asian Studies. The successful candidate will pursue research half-time and collaborate with other East Asian studies faculty to team-teach for two years in an interdisciplinary, year-long course, East Asian Humanities: The Classical Traditions. The fellow gives lectures and leads discussions for approximately four hours a week. In addition, s/he spends another hour or so a week coordinating the course, with administrative help. In the third year, the Fellow teaches a course of his/her own design for one semester, either in East Asian Studies or another department, and spends the final semester on full-time research. The fellow is expected to pursue research that will make a significant contribution to the field of East Asian Studies in one or more selected disciplines in the humanities. Please see the Society of Fellows webpage for details concerning eligibility and applications.