The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History has relocated from the University of San Francisco to Boston College. The institute’s new website is: https://www.bc.edu/ricci
The doctoral program is open to all doctoral candidates who have completed all course work and have defined their specific research topic that might include Chinese-Western cultural history, local society and politics, history of education and other charitable enterprises, history of Christianity in China, history of diplomacy, art and art history, science and history of science, comparative studies of Christianity and cultures in China, and the “Sino-sphere”, namely, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. The three-month fellowship is in residence at the institute and offers a stipend up to $4,000 per month.
The Luce program is open to post-doctoral level applicants, including junior faculty members (i.e. those within five years of having received the PhD), whose research focuses on Chinese-Western cultural history, history of Christianity in China, comparative studies of Christianity and cultures in China, Japan, and Korea, etc. The three-month fellowship is in residence at the institute and offers a stipend up to $4,500 per month.
More information on both programs can be found at: https://www.bc.edu/content/bc-web/centers/Ricci-Institute/fellowships.html