develops robust conceptual frameworks for understanding the nature, dynamics, power and impact of civil resistance movements;
enhances the strategic use of civil resistance;
produces relevant findings for our target readership: academics, activists and organizers, civil society professionals, the policy and developmental communities, and journalists.
The deadline for submitting proposals is June 11, 2017.
In 2017, up to four awards, each worth $5,000, will be offered to prospective authors who have background in the study and/or practice of civil resistance and excel in writing accessibly (including for non-academic audiences). We encourage applications that focus on under-researched or under-published topics in the field of civil resistance.
Monograph drafts will be between 15,000 and 17,000 words, or around 60-70 pages (double spaced, 12 pt. font size, Times New Roman).