IHS offers support to scholars organizing in Conference Panels, including financial assistance and access to a network of scholars. Key subject areas for 2019–2020 conferences include free speech, civil exchange, liberty, equality, market dynamism, and social stability.
This program is made possible in part by the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation.
The ideas and opinions expressed in supported panels are those of the participant(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the John Templeton Foundation.
Apply for Conference Panel Support below.
About our Research Workshops
Research Workshops are weekend-long, round-table discussions that bring together 10–14 junior and senior scholars to provide valuable feedback from a variety of perspectives on a work, or multiple works, in progress. Workshops offer academics the opportunity to advance inquiry on important topics within the classical liberal tradition, strengthen specific research contributions, and form interdisciplinary and inter-generational networks of scholars with whom they can collaborate in the future.
- Manuscript Workshops provide constructive feedback on a single book manuscript and offer commenters the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to a fellow scholar’s work.
- On-Campus Workshops, an alternate format of Manuscript Workshops, are day-long, round-table discussions hosted on the author’s campus, bringing together 4–6 faculty and late-stage graduate students in order to provide valuable feedback on a work in progress.
- Papers Workshops bring together authors contributing to a collected volume or special journal issue to workshop their individual contributions as well as identify themes and improve the work as a whole.
Interested In Having Your Work Reviewed? Contact us at Workshops@TheIHS.org to express interest in hosting your own research workshop with us. Please include a current CV, an abstract or detailed description of your project, and expected completion date. IHS supports authors throughout their careers with these workshops, including assistance for those who wish to convert a recently defended dissertation into a monograph or articles.
IHS offers personalized publication support to select academics interested in publishing an edited volume or contributing to a special journal issue. Funding is available for editors as well as authors, and IHS can also help promote the resulting work, and more. Eligible subject areas include free speech, civil exchange, liberty, equality, market dynamism, and social stability.
These programs are made possible in part through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation. The ideas and opinions expressed in these programs are those of the author(s) and participant(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the John Templeton Foundation.