Search

or, search Yale Library holdings below:

Yale Library's Catalog

Yale Library's catalog; start here. Help | Search | Advanced

Yale Finding Aid Database

Finding aids for archival and manuscript materials. Help | Search | Advanced

Digital Collections

Thousands of partial and fully digitized items from a wide range of materials from the Beinecke collections. Help | Search | Advanced

Uncataloged Acquisitions

Brief records of material not found in Orbis or the Finding Aid Database. Help | Search

Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts

Descriptions of Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. Help | Search

Yale Papyrus Collection

Catalog of the papyri held at Beinecke; includes digital images. Help | Search
Navigation
Blogs
Voices from the Beinecke Library

Welcome 2014-2015 Graduate Student Fellows

Hearty congratulations to the new class of Beinecke Graduate Student Research Fellows and a special welcome to Tina Post, Anne Berke, Ashley James,  Lukas Moe, Matthew Abrams, and Martha Tuttle who will conduct their fellowship research in Yale Collection of American Literature collections.
 
 
2014-2015 Yale Graduate & Professional School Student Fellows (sorted by department)
 
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Tina Post
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
Donald C. Gallup Fellowship in American literature
Black expressionlessness as an aesthetic, and as a performative gesture
 
AMERICAN STUDIES
Anne Berke
Research Fellowship
Edith and Richard French Fellowship
You Just Type: Women Television Writers in 1950s America
 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Alexis Chema
Research Fellowship
John D. and Rose H. Jackson Fellowship
Beyond the Sympathetic Imagination: Other Minds in Romantic Poetry of Fancy and the Sentimental
 
Margaret Deli
Research Fellowship
James M. Osborn Fellowship in English literature and history
Collect Yourself: Connoisseurship and Modernity, 1880-1940
 
Ashley James
Research Fellowship
Donald C. Gallup Fellowship in American literature
Freely and Cleanly: Reforming 'Black Art' 1957-1974
 
Lukas Moe
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
Reese Fellowship in American Bibliography and the History of the Book in the Americas
Periodical and Print Culture in the United States, 1770-1840; The Early-National Literary Field
 
Rebecca Rush
Research Fellowship
H.P. Kraus Fellowship in early books and manuscripts
The Bondage of Riming: Freedom and Limitation in Renaissance Verse
 
HISTORY
Alice Baumgartner
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
Archibald Hanna, Jr. Fellowship in American history
Border region between British colonies and New Spain (later, the United States and Mexico) from 1763 to 1880
 
John Burden
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
H.P. Kraus Fellowship in early books and manuscripts
Intersection of law and religion in twelfth-century Europe
 
Catherine Tourangeau
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
James M. Osborn Fellowship in English literature and history
Slavery and the press in the British Empire, 1730-1760
 
HISTORY OF ART
Matthew Abrams
Research Fellowship
A. Bartlett Giamatti Fellowship
The Modernist Salon: A Critical Inquiry
 
Jakub Koguciuk
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
H.P. Kraus Fellowship in early books and manuscripts
A study of Venetian woodcut book illustration c. 1500
 
MUSIC
Annelies Andries
Research Fellowship
Edith and Richard French Fellowship
Modernizing Spectacle: The Paris Opéra under Napoleon and Louis XVIII
 
SCHOOL OF ART
Martha Tuttle
Research Fellowship
Donald C. Gallup Fellowship in American literature
Seeing by Walking
 
SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Roman Utkin
Research Fellowship
Beinecke Library Visiting Fellowship
Russian Berlin: Interwar Émigré Culture in the Context of German Modernism and the Soviet Avant-Garde
 
SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Megan Race
Pre Prospectus Fellowship
Edith and Richard French Fellowship
Russian Émigré literature and ballet, with a focus on Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes,George Balanchine, and Vladimir Nabokov
 
SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE
Maria  Rios
Research Fellowship
Beinecke Library Visiting Fellowship
El héroe y el traidor: Sir Francis Drake en la literatura hispánica e inglesa
 
YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL
Justin Hawkins
Research Fellowship
Beinecke Library Visiting Fellowship
A Systematic Theological Analysis of Jonathan Edwards's Doctrine of God and Doctrine of Scripture
 
 

 

Contact

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library
121 Wall Street | New Haven, CT 06511
Campus Map

Tel: (203) 432-2977    Fax: (203) 432-4047

USPS: Mailing Address and Information

email: Ask a Librarian

Join our email list for the latest updates on exhibitions, events, and other library news.

 

Hours

Exhibition Gallery
Monday - Thursday: 9 am to 7 pm
Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 12 pm to 5 pm

Reading Room Hours
Monday - Thursday: 9 am to 6:45 pm
Friday: 9 am to 4:45 pm

Holiday Schedule and Closed Collections Schedule