Research on the map of Tenochtitlán and European urbanism is being funded by Salomon Faculty Research grant from Brown University (2005-2007).
Work on Spanish polychrome sculpture and related topics in Latin America were funded by a sabbatical grant from Brown University and a Cogut Grant.
Research on the history of cartography and preparation of undergraduate seminar (Spring 2006)was funded by a Wriston Curricular Development Grant from Brown University.
The work on relations between landscape and building in the early modern world was funded in part by a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship for 1996/97.
Additional past grants include:
-A Spanish language grant for FLAC section, HA 15(1997)
-Thomas J. Watson , Jr. Institute for International Studies travel grant, Brown University (1996)
-Grant from Research Grant program for cultural cooperation between Spain's Ministry Of Culture and American Universities (1996)
-Curricular Development Grant, Brown University (1996)
-National Endowment for the Arts Matching grant for Philip II and the Escorial:Technology and the Representation of Architecture, Brown University(1990)
-American Council of Learned Societies (ALCS) grant for research on Juan de Herrera (1982-83)
-National Endowment for the Arts Matching grant for Ornament and Architecture, Brown University (1979)
-American Philosophical Society Summer Grant for research on Juan de Herrera (1978-79)
-Membership with full fellowhship Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey (1977-78)
-National Endowment for the Arts matching grant for Drawings and Prints of the First Maniera, Brown (1973)
-American Philosophical Society Summer Grant, Research on sculpture of Alonso Berruguete (1967)
-S.H. Kress Grant for archival research in Spain (1967)
-S.H. Kress Grant for research at Teotihuacan, Mexico (1966)
-Fulbright Grant to Spain (1966-67)
-Yale University tuition and Fellowships (1965-66)