The Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange programs and events offered through The Japan Foundation, Toronto exist to promote awareness and deepen understanding of Japan in Canada, and to support networks of scholars and public leaders working in the field of Japanese Studies to increase cross-cultural dialogue on critical global issues and shared concerns. Our activities include:
- Funding programs open to scholars and researchers or academic and public institutions in the area of Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange
- Providing local grants for Canadian-based Japanese Studies related events and conferences
- Presenting lectures and events featuring topics related to Japanese Studies
The Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange programs listed below are open to Canadians for application. The deadline for the 2018 – 2019 fiscal year for Canadian applicants was December 1, 2017. We are no longer taking applications for Fiscal Year 2018. Information about applications for Fiscal Year 2019 will be available in autumn 2018.
- Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Fellowship Program
- Grant Program for Japanese Studies Projects
- Grant Program for Intellectual Exchange Conferences
Information on how to apply is available here. Please address inquiries to Jess Mantell, Program Officer for Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Grants are awarded on a rolling basis throughout the fiscal year. For more details on Japan Foundation, Toronto Local Grants click here.
The Japan Foundation, Toronto regularly organizes lectures and talks by noted experts in the field of Japanese Studies providing insight into varied aspects of Japanese culture, such as the arts, politics and history. Lecture events are held in the Japan Foundation, Toronto event hall as well as other locations when collaborating with partner organizations.
Please click here to see the archive of past Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange events.