Bibliography Among the Disciplines Conference – Scholarships
Rare Book School is grateful for the support of the Bibliographical Society of America, the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, the Caxton Club, and dozens of individual donors in providing scholarship assistance for attendance at the Bibliography Among the Disciplines conference. To be considered for scholarship support, please select the scholarship and travel support request options on the conference registration form. In the “Additional Information” box, you may indicate your qualification(s) for specific named scholarships. Scholarships are available on a rolling basis; recipients will be notified via email.
Bibliographical Society of America Scholarships
Awarded to students and early-career scholars who demonstrate both financial need and a keen interest in pursuing bibliographical research. The scholarships cover all conference registration and workshop fees, and include support for travel and housing.
Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia Scholarships
Awarded to current undergraduate or graduate students at the University of Virginia. The scholarships cover all conference registration fees, attendance at one conference workshop, the Sunday brunch, and include support for travel and housing.
James Ascher, Ashley Boulden, Stephanie Beck Cohen, Andrew Ferguson, Natalie Thompson
Bibliography Among the Disciplines Community Scholarships (awards remaining)
Awarded to conference participants who demonstrate both financial need and a keen interest in pursuing bibliographical research. The scholarships cover conference fees and may include support for travel and housing. These awards were made possible by generous individual donations from fellow conference participants.
Rhae Lynn Barnes
Antonio Cardentey Levin
Caxton Club Scholarship
Awarded to a graduate student currently enrolled at a Midwestern university (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, or Wisconsin) who demonstrates a strong interest in one of the following areas: bibliography, book arts, history of the book, library studies, print culture studies, and/or zines. Priority will be given to graduate students who will be presenting at the conference, but who lack sufficient funding to cover the cost of attending it. The scholarship covers all conference registration and workshop fees, and includes support for travel and housing.