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Texas Global Publication Fund

The Texas Global Publication Fund encourages the development and dissemination of linguistically diverse knowledge to a global audience. By broadening exposure to international politics and histories, languages, literature, global arts and culture, we aim to equip the UT community with the skills and intercultural understanding needed to make a positive impact and address the world’s most pressing challenges.

At a Glance


UT Austin Faculty


Up to $10,000


Fall deadline TBD

Application Information

The Texas Global Publication Fund is open to all UT Austin tenured/tenure-track faculty and non-tenure-track faculty who have been in their current position for a minimum of five years. Original works eligible for funding include scholarly monographs, creative works such as novels and anthologies of poetry, exhibition catalogues, textbooks, and edited collections that are in a language other than English. Only book-length publications are allowable. Preference will be given to projects that propose translating work from English to another language or another language to English.

If the manuscript is co-authored or co-edited, it is expected that any non-UT Austin collaborator will contribute matching funds equal to the requested grant funds.

Application Deadline

Applications for the spring deadline are now closed; fall deadline to be determined.

For more information, contact us at txglobal-grants@austin.utexas.edu.

Publication Fund Faculty

The Publication Fund was launched in April 2022. Since then, the following faculty members have been awarded to publish their books.

  • Paola Canova, Associate Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts, “Frontier Intimacies: Ayoreo Women and the Sexual Economy of the Paraguayan Chaco,” to be published in Spanish by Editorial Biblos, Argentina 
  • Christopher Long, Martin S. Kermacy Centennial Professor, School of Architecture, "The New Space: Movement and Experience in Viennese Modern Architecture," to be published in Czech by Kant Books, Czechia
  • Robin Moore, Professor, Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts, "Music and Revolution: Cultural Change in Socialist Cuba," to be published in Spanish by Trilce Ediciones, Mexico
  • Gabriela Polit, Professor, Spanish and Portuguese, College of Liberal Arts, "Contar Historias. Escritura creativa en el aula," to be published in Spanish by Tower Books, an Imprint of The University of Texas Press, USA
  • Sonia T. Seeman, Associate Professor, Musicology and Ethnomusicology Division, Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts, “Sounding Roman: Representation and Performing Identity in Western Turkey,” to be published in Turkish by Pan Kitap, Turkey