About the Scouloudi Historical Awards: Publication Awards
The purpose of a Scouloudi publication award is to subsidise a portion of the cost of publishing a scholarly book or article, or an issue of a learned journal in the field of history, either in hard copy or through electronic publication.
This is a fund for authors and authorial costs, especially images and image permissions. These awards may not be used to fund indexing, copyediting, or other production costs. Scouloudi Awards cannot be made for publications already in print.
Please note that we also offer separate Scouloudi research awards, which are intended to cover relevant research expenses. Publication awards and research awards have separate application forms; please ensure that you are completing the correct one. If you are in any doubt as to which of the two funds you should apply to, please contact IHR.Fellowships@sas.ac.uk.
As a guide, individual awards may range between £100 and £1,000. Please do not apply for a subsidy in excess of £1,000 as this will automatically disqualify your application. Awards will not normally be paid until publication is well advanced at final proof stage. If the award is not taken up within two years it will lapse and must be re-applied for if later required.
Area of research:
History (broadly defined)
Up to £1,000