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IAS Accepting Grant Applications

December 7, 2007

One of my favorite organizations, the Institute of Anarchist Studies, is accepting grants for their 2008 funding cycle. The IAS is a group dedicated to encouraging and aiding new anarchist writing, publishing and translating. 5 or 6 years ago I received a small grant from them to produce a set of essays around art and anarchism, a project that eventually led to the publishing of Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority.
If your an anarchist or anti-authoritarian writer (or are writing on the subject), look into applying for a grant, as well as supporting the IAS more generally. Here’s the grant info:
IAS Writer/Translator Grant Applications
Due January 15, 2008!
Twice a year, the Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) awards grants to writers and translators worldwide for essay-length works. Our next application deadline is January 15, 2008, and we encourage writers and translators exploring social domination and/or reconstructive visions of a free society to apply. For more information and/or to apply via our online application, go here.
The IAS, a nonprofit foundation established in 1996 to support the development of anarchism, has funded almost sixty projects by authors from countries around the world, including Argentina, Canada, Lebanon, Ireland, New Zealand, Chile, Nigeria, Mexico, the Philippines, Germany, Uruguay, South Africa, the Czech Republic, and the United States. Other IAS projects include the Renewing the Anarchist Tradition (RAT) conference, the Radical Theory Track at the National Conference on Organized Resistance (NCOR), the biannual magazine Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, and a Mutual Aid list of speakers available for public talks.

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