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The Center offers a limited number of small grants that provide support to eligible faculty with book publication contracts. Grants will be distributed on an as-needed basis and are dependent on available funding. Support funds may be used for expenses related to publications near final in-press stage such as:
Applications for book subventions require a contract stating the specified subvention requirement. Monographs will have first priority, however, edited volumes of all types are eligible to receive support. Indexing and image development or permissions assistance require a book contract and a proposed contract with a service provider. Requests for support will be evaluated by an advisory board selection committee each term.
Tenure-track or tenured faculty who have secured publication contracts for a monograph or edited collection. Assistant professors and former Center research fellows are especially encouraged to apply.
Collect the below materials into a pdf. Title the file “NAME-PUBLICATION GRANT” and email to [email protected]. Include:
Applicants will receive an email indicating acceptance of materials, and notification of status will be sent within 3 weeks. Grant recipients will work with Center staff and ASBC to process expense transactions in line with University policy.
Outcomes for these grants should include successful book publications.
Spanish So White: Conversations on the Inconvenient Racism of a 'Foreign' Language Education
Multilingual Matters, 2023
Tracing the Path of Yoga: The History and Philosophy of Indian Mind-Body Discipline
SUNY Press, 2021
The Loss of the ‘Trades Increase’: An Early Modern Maritime Catastrophe
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021
Eulogy for Burying a Crane and the Art of Chinese Calligraphy
University of Washington Press, 2019
Colonial Justice and the Jews of Venetian Crete
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019