The Glasscock Center makes available grants in the fall and spring semesters of up to $1,000 each to be used toward the costs of publishing a manuscript of humanities-related scholarship. This grant is intended to cover costs for substantive enhancements to the manuscript which are required for publication (graphics, maps, tables, permissions, subventions, figures, translation costs, and the like). Editing costs are not given as high a priority as other substantive enhancements requested by the publisher. All manuscripts must be accepted for publication or in press when the request is submitted.
2015-2016 Academic Year
Diego von Vacano | Political Science
The Birth of a New Era in Bolivian Politics: The Evo Morales Experiement
(Palgrave Press, 2017)
Nicole Fadeke Castor | Anthropology
Sacred Imaginaries: Performing Citizenship, Decolonizing Blackness
(Duke University Press, 2017)