Ohio State Library Research Resources
Jennifer Schnabel, the English Subject Librarian, consults with faculty, staff, graduate students and upper-level undergraduate students at any point during the research process.
The English Studies subject guide provides a general introduction to library resources for undergraduate students and can serve as a refresher for new graduate students.
First- and second-year writing students are encouraged to consult the following course guides:
- The Rare Books & Manuscripts Library contains primary-source materials and related published works from the medieval period to modern literature and the arts and which are available for advanced study and research. Faculty, staff, and student researchers can contact Jolie Braun, the Curator of Modern Manuscripts, or Dr. Eric Johnson, the Curator of Thompson Special Collections.
- The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum houses the world’s largest collection of materials related to cartoons and comics, including original art, books, magazines, journals, comic books, archival materials, and newspaper comic strip pages and clippings. Faculty, staff, and student researchers can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- University Archives provides researchers, students, and life-long learners access to original documents, photographs, and objects to create their own interpretation of Ohio State University history. Contact email@example.com with inquiries.
- Dr. Leigh Bonds, the Digital Humanities Librarian, supports faculty and students applying innovative methodologies and tools to arts and humanities research.
- The Digital Humanities LibGuide provides a variety resources, tutorials, and tools for digital humanities praxis and pedagogy.
- The OSU|DH Slack serves as the Ohio State DH community hub for resource and information sharing.
- Campus experts offer consultations through the University Libraries’ Research Commons to provide information and coaching on resources, methodologies, and tools to support faculty and student research.
- The Research Commons offers spaces for individual and collaborative work and a computer lab for exploring research software, and provides faculty with opportunities to share and showcase their research.
General Info: Research Support and Funding
Upcoming Funding Deadlines
- February 22: Requests for chair letter due for Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme grants (see March accordion)
- February 26: Requests for chair letter due for applications for NEH Summer Institutes (see March accordion)
- February 28: Applications due for Michael Drake Institute Research and Implementation Grants
- Open to associated and TT faculty
- Requests for chair letter due February 24 (using required template)
- February 28: Applications due for Mershon Center Faculty Research Grants (human rights, peace building)
- March 1: Applications due for Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme (GAHDT) funding
- Internal and External Society of Fellows (faculty)
- Racial Justice and Community Engagement grants (associated faculty, TT faculty, staff)
- Graduate Professional Development Grants( faculty directors)
- Discovery Field Schools Teaching Grants (TT faculty; associated faculty/staff as co-lead)
- Request for chair letter (if applicable) due February 22
- March 1: Pre-proposals due for Accelerator Awards (commercializing software; digital projects)
- March 1: Applications due for NEH Summer Institutes for College and University Teachers (graduate students, associated and TT faculty)
- Requests for chair letter due February 26
- Requests for chair letter due February 26
- March 8: Internal applications due for Ohio State nominee for Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar
- March 10: Applications due for National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships (prose—fiction and nonfiction)
- March 19: Applications due for Student Academic Success Research (SASR) Grants (Drake Institute)
- March 26: Pre-applications due for 2021 CCTS Pilot Translational & Clinical Studies Program: Telemedicine and Telehealth in the New Era of Medicine and Public Health
- March 29: Requests for chair letter due for Arts and Sciences Graduate Success Grants (see April accordion for application deadline)
- September 30, 2021 (tentative): Applications due for American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowships
- Requests for chair letter due September 24
- Deadlines have not yet been released for 2022-23 academic year applications. The dates above are based on the deadlines from past years