Finding a Subvention
The publication of archaeological reports is notably time-consuming and expensive. While the School takes full financial responsibility for publishing the results of its excavations in the Athenian Agora and at Ancient Corinth, a contribution to the costs of publishing the results of affiliated excavations is generally requested from the institution sponsoring the project. Additionally, subventions of ca. $250 per page are usually required from authors wishing to present illustrations in color or having other special production requirements.
A number of external funding sources are available for scholarly publication, especially to subvent the costs of archaeological publication:
Samuel H. Kress Grants for Research and Publication in Classical Art and Architecture (AIA)
Publication Subvention Program (AIA)
Institute for Aegean Prehistory
Millard Meiss Publication Fund (CAA)