Finding a Subvention

The publication of archaeological reports is notably time-consuming and expensive. While the School takes full financial responsibility for publishing the results of its excavations in the Athenian Agora and at Ancient Corinth, a contribution to the costs of publishing the results of affiliated excavations is generally requested from the institution sponsoring the project. Additionally, subventions of ca. $250 per page are usually required from authors wishing to present illustrations in color or having other special production requirements.

A number of external funding sources are available for scholarly publication, especially to subvent the costs of archaeological publication:

Samuel H. Kress Grants for Research and Publication in Classical Art and Architecture

Archaeological Institute of America

Publication Subvention Program

Archaeological Institute of America

Furthermore Grants in Publishing

J. M. Kaplan Fund

Production and Presentation Grant

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts 

INSTAP Publication Subvention

Institute for Aegean Prehistory

Millard Meiss Publication Fund

College Art Association of America

Archaeology Grants Program

Rust Family Foundation