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  • The Pasold Research Fund publishes research monographs and essays - front cover images.

Publication Grants

The aim is to subsidise the publication of essential illustrative material in high quality research, particularly in research monographs.

Grants will normally have a ceiling of £1,000.

Applicants should use the Publication Grant Form and must ensure that they provide a full listing and description of the illustrative material, its source and the documented costs of obtaining the material for publication. A detailed description of the nature and content of the research monograph or other output must also be included and a case should be made for the importance of the illustrations to the analysis.

Where funding is sought to complete or to part-finance a commissioned work and/or a work to be published under the auspices of a university, museum, gallery or similar, please specify the necessity and case for, and the role of, the additional external funding.

Please submit your application before the 15th February and 1st September each year both by email and on paper.

Please

A. Email your application and brief CV to pasold@ed.ac.uk

and

B. send 2 paper copies of the same materials to: Mrs Steph Knox, Pasold Research Fund, Research and KE Office, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, The University of Edinburgh, William Robertson Wing, Old Medical School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, United Kingdom.

If you are unable to email your application, please submit 2 paper copies and indicate that your application was sent only on paper.

DEADLINE FOR PUBLICATION GRANTS: 15th February and 1st September each year.

If you have further queries as to whether you are eligible or about the type of support do please e-mail Mrs Steph Knox at pasold@ed.ac.uk  or contact the Pasold Research Fund's Director, Prof. Stana Nenadic at stana.nenadic@ed.ac.uk