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Noriaki Tsuchimoto Research Grants

With the donation of Tsuchimoto Noriaki’s papers to Yale, we have put together funds to support research using the collection. If you are pursuing research that would make use, at least in part, of the Papers, please consider applying. These grants will be available next year as well.

Noriaki Tsuchimoto Research Grant


 The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University invites applications for grants to support research utilizing the Noriaki Tsuchimoto Papers housed in Manuscripts and Archives in the Yale University Library. The collection is currently comprised of 83 boxes containing materials related to the filmmaking and other activities of the Japanese documentary filmmaker Noriaki Tsuchimoto (1928-2008), who is most famous for recording the struggles over the Minamata mercury poisoning incident and other environmental hazards. The collection description is as follows:

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