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The Fund for Diverse Voices supports new work by authors who bring excluded and chronically underrepresented perspectives to the fields in which the Press publishes across the sciences, arts, and humanities. It enables the Press to offer competitive advances to accomplished authors, cover the cost of high-quality production features (e.g. color images, or commissioned art) that may not be financially feasible otherwise, and ensure that these works reach the widest readership possible through expanded marketing efforts.
In addition, this fund underpins the MIT Press Grant Program for Diverse Voices, which welcomes applications from new or returning authors from diverse backgrounds who are underrepresented in their field. Candidates who have significant personal experience or engagement with communities that are underrepresented in scholarly publishing are strongly encouraged to apply. Grants may support a variety of needs, including research travel, copyright permission fees, parental/family care, developmental editing, and any other costs associated with the research and writing process.
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The Charlotte Palmer Phillips Foundation
The Dean Witter Foundation
The Heising-Simons Foundation
The Joan Shafran and Rob Haimes Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The McDonnell Foundation
The Patrick J. McGovern Foundation
The Simons Foundation
The Union of Concerned Scientists
The Wilburforce Foundation
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