Preparing to Publish – How IHS Assists Scholars on Their Publication Journey

Preparing to Publish – How IHS Assists Scholars on Their Publication Journey

The Institute for Humane Studies offers a wide variety of support for scholars. Whether you are working to present your research in a new book or academic journal or preparing a panel or presentation at a conference, we provide programs and funding with your academic goals in mind.

Research Workshops

Research Workshops
Our Research Workshops are weekend-long programs for a small (12-15) group of scholars to collaboratively discuss manuscripts in progress. These programs offer academics an opportunity to explore trending topics within the classical liberal tradition, strengthen specific research contributions, and network with other scholars from a variety of disciplines across career stages.

Manuscript Workshops: one work under discussion
Papers Workshops: multiple shorter articles discussed in sequence

Publication Support
In addition to our research workshops, we also offer more specialized publication support to select academics who are interested in publishing an edited volume or contributing to a special journal issue.

This personalized support includes:

• Funding for editors and authors
• Access to a network of additional writers, editors, and proof-readers
• Marketing and promotion of the completed work

Key subject areas include:

• Free speech
• Civil exchange
• Liberty

• Equality
• Market dynamism
• Social stability

Preparing to Publish – How IHS Assists Scholars on Their Publication Journey

Conference Panel Support

Preparing to Publish – How IHS Assists Scholars on Their Publication Journey

We understand how conferences can unlock new ideas and research for scholars and it’s with this in mind that we offer support for those seeking to organize conference panels.

We provide access to an extensive network of scholars, as well as offer financial assistance for academics looking to advance understanding in the following subject areas:

• Free speech
• Civil exchange
• Liberty

• Equality
• Market dynamism
• Social stability

If you are interested in the support or programs offered by IHS, please visit our site.

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.

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