Call for Proposals – Support for International and Globally Themed Publications

The John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies, in partnership with the Office of Global Affairs, announce funding to support publications related to international and globally relevant research topics. We specifically are looking to support publications related to climate change, climate initiatives, justice, equity, human migration, race and race relations, indigenous populations experience, equality and opportunity among diverse populations, and the implications of accelerated globalization.

Support can be requested for the following items.
Journal fees
Image fees
Printing fees for local publications
Translation fees
Editorial fees

Each proposal must include the following items:
• Author(s)
• Title
• Publisher
• Scientific Abstract (no more than 1,000 words)
• Lay Abstract (300-700 words)
• Keywords (no more than 8)
• Total publication costs
• Funding amount requested
• Any current funding for the publication and what it covers if limited
• Quotes or invoices that are available are encouraged to be included but are not required at the time of proposal but are at the time of award.

Award amounts: typically $500-$1,500.

Funding cycles for this CFP are:
Application Due              Decision                       Funds to be spent by
October 1, 2023               November 2023         April 1, 2024
December 1, 2023           January 2024             June 1, 2024

Applications must be submitted online by the due date noted above to be considered for that funding cycle.

Questions should be directed to Erin Dillard (erin.dillard@duke.edu).

Awards for fall 2023 have been made. We look forward to your submissions for the spring 2024 cycle.