ICNC Monograph Awards Series

Apply by June 11 to Write for the ICNC Monograph Series
New Call Released

ICNC is pleased to announce its fourth annual Monograph Awards call for proposals. The goals of the award are to support research and writing that:

  • 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).

Our target readership includes academics, activists and organizers, civil society professionals, the policy and developmental communities, and journalists. Check out our published monographs for more information here.

Authors are expected to deliver their draft monographs within 6 to 9 months of receiving their award.

To learn more about past Monograph Awardees and Published Monographs, see the following links:

Published ICNC Monographs

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