Access to primary sources or archival material
Duke researchers have access to a plethora of curated collections, archives, digital materials, and more through the 12 Duke University Libraries. Additionally, equipment rentals (such as voice recorders, video cameras, and GoPros) are available through the Link at Perkins Library.
- Perkins & Bostock Libraries
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
- Duke University Archives
- Lilly Library
- Music Library
- Marine Lab Library
- Library Service Center
- Divinity School Library
- Duke Kunshan University Library
- Ford Library, Fuqua School of Business
- Goodson Law Library
- Medical Center Library
Not sure where to start? Ask a librarian!
Funding for humanities research projects
Larger federal sponsors for humanities research include the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Fulbright Scholars Program. In addition, a wide range of foundations, professional associations, commercial partners, and internal opportunities are also available to support humanities and interdisciplinary research projects. Among these are the Mellon Foundation, Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).
Access the Explore, understand, and find funding page for self-service tools to search for project funding, as well as contact information for research development professionals available to assist in your search for applicable funding opportunities.