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Fulbright Resources

This guide provides an overview of resources and services available to support Fulbright 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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Director of Teaching and Academic Engagement
Regenstein Library, Room 363

Subject Areas: Education, Library Science