Part I: Principles -- Part II: Ingredients -- Part III: Process -- Part IV: Interviews with experts.
Scholars in the humanities and social sciences need money to do research. In this accessible book, Raphael Folsom shows them how to get it, sharing proven strategies in a series of short, engaging chapters. It features tips on how graduate students, postdocs, and young faculty members can present themselves and their work in the best possible light. The book covers the basics of the grant-writing process, including finding a mentor, organizing a writing workshop, conceptualizing the project on a larger scale, and tailoring an application for specific submissions. The book includes interviews with nine of the most respected scholars in the country, each of whom has evaluated thousands of grant applications. The first authoritative book on the subject, Folsom's indispensable work will become a must-have resource for years to come. -- Back cover.
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