The January 2017 deadline has now passed. This entry will be updated as soon as details of the next round of funding is announced
The Bibliographical Society invites applications for awards from scholars engaged in bibliographical research (on, for example, book history, textual transmission, publishing, printing, bookbinding, book-ownership and book-collecting).
Major grants, of sums up to £2000 will be awarded annually via a number of named awards detailed on the society's website.
In addition, the Society offers a limited number of minor grants, of £50 to £200, for specific purposes such as the costs of travel or of microfilming for research purposes (but not for travel to conferences). Applications for these minor grants may be submitted at any time and should be supported by one reference.
- This is a professional doctorate
up to £2,000
- Number of awards per year:
up to 2
- Funding applies to:
- Open to applicants from a range of countries
- Funding duration:
Contacts and how to apply
- Administrative contact and how to apply:
Secretary to the Fellowships and Bursaries Sub-committee
Care of: Cambridge University Library
Rare Books Department
- Deadline notes:
Notification of awards generally in February.