Funding for Editorial Projects within BU – Mellon Foundation Award

While the principal part of the Award was allocated to the James Fitzjames Stephen Edition and the work of the Editorial Institute, the spending-plan agreed with the Mellon Foundation included some money to help individual editorial enterprises within the University at large. Since the outset of the Award period, in 2004, we have been delighted to have been able to assist Faculty and students engaged in various kinds of editing work, in subject-areas ranging from musicology to classical studies, philosophy of science, English and German literature, historiography, and the cataloging of literary manuscripts.

Please note that the funding for such editorial projects is now fully committed for the remainder of the grant period, so ­- with regret ­- we will not now be able to meet further requests for financial assistance of this kind.

Related Programs

The following list of links will connect you with institutions that offer courses, certificates, or degrees in subjects related to Editorial Studies.

Collaborative Program in Book History & Print Culture

The Columbia Publishing Course

The Rare Book School at the University of Virginia

The Centre for the Comparative History of Print at the University of Leeds

Textual Studies at the University of Washington