Subvention Grants (Books, Articles and Exhibitions)
To Assist in the Publication and Exhibition of Faculty Research in the Humanities
The URI Center for the Humanities has a limited amount of funding available to assist faculty in the humanities working with a scholarly press, an article in a peer reviewed journal or exhibitor that requires the author to share in the cost of publication or exhibition. Subvention grants are awarded for amounts up to a maximum of $1,000 per faculty member per project to assist with such costs as obtaining permissions, reproducing photographs, indexing books, and framing artwork. Costs of doing research (such as travel to archives) are not included. (Research funding is available through the Center Faculty Research Grant program.) Preference will be given to new submissions rather than funding the same project twice within the same fiscal year.
Please submit an electronic copy of your application to the Center Director. Your application should include:
- A cover sheet with your project title, name, phone number, address, e-mail, and department;
- An explanation (no more than 2 pages) of the scope of your project, as well as its importance for furthering knowledge in your specific field and for the humanities in general;
- A budget outlining how Center funds are to be spent;
- A copy of your contract, or other evidence that your work is scheduled for publication or exhibition, together with a statement from your publisher or exhibitor that you are expected to bear these costs.
Additionally, please mail or hand-deliver a hard copy of your application to:
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew
University of Rhode Island, Center for the Humanities
Swan Hall, 175G
Kingston, RI 02881
The deadline for applications for Subvention Grants for Fall is November 5th
and for Spring it is April 15th
. Deadlines falling on a weekend are extended to the following Monday.
You will need to provide a final report to the Director including documentation of your expenditures.
For more information, you may call the Director at 874-5700.