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Fulbright Resources

This guide provides an overview of resources and services available to support Fulbright study / research grant applicants.

Schedule an Appointment

Librarians can help in many ways to help you prepare your Fulbright application, including:

  • Providing guidance on conducting a literature review
  • Suggestions for how to research archives, museums, and educational institutions for your Fulbright experience.
  • Help identifying and researching potential mentors or sponsors
  • Guidance on how to learn more about a nation’s culture or history

Please complete the following form about your background and Fulbright application. A librarian will be in touch with you to schedule an appointment.

Schedule a Fulbright Appointment

Meet Your Subject Librarian(s)

The Library has librarians in specific subject areas, and they can be helpful to meet with when beginning your application. Subject librarians offer:

  • Tips for conducting literature reviews and help identifying collections
  • Knowledge of research tools and methodologies in their fields
  • Know UChicago faculty and their research interests

Get to Know Your Area Studies Librarian(s)

The Library's Area Studies specialists provide support for researchers focusing on a specific region of the world. They can be very helpful to meet with while planning your application. Area Studies librarians have:

  • A Knowledge of universities, archives, and research collections abroad
  • Relationships with librarians at other institutions
  • Affiliations with national libraries (through collection exchange programs and professional associations)
  • Language expertise for their region
  • Advice about conducting research in other countries

Ask a Librarian

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Rebecca Starkey
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Head of Research & Instruction Services
Education & Library Science Librarian
Regenstein Library, Room 363