Should the list of publications/productions include all of the applicant’s work or just those items directly related to the submitted project?
The applicant should determine whether a full or targeted listing would best serve the case made in the proposal. It is important to remember, however, that the list will serve two purposes for reviewers: an account of your work in the area of the proposal and of your productivity and experience in completing works like the one proposed. It might be problematic, then, to submit a proposal for a book project and omit previously completed monograph-length works. Similarly, even when not directly relevant to the current project, publications or productions in major outlets for your field – journals of record, popular outlets, high-profile venues – will help reviewers to understand your position in your field and the quality and impact of your prior work.