Through the Library Scholars Grant Program, the Purdue University Libraries provide grants to untenured and recently-tenured Purdue professors to help them gain access to unique collections of information necessary for their research. Annual awards of up to $5,000 are made possible through the generosity of the 50th anniversary gift of the Class of 1935. The funds may be used for expenses associated with travel to archives or collections beyond Purdue. Upon completing research, grant recipients present a seminar about the information-related activities supported by the grant. Interested applicants should visit http://www.lib.purdue.edu/info/scholars/guidelines.html for further information.
The Library Scholars Grant collection includes presentation materials from the seminars and may include other research material associated with the grants.
Presentations from 2015
Biography of John F. Enders and His Contributions to Microbiology, Michael I. Zimmer
Presentations from 2014
The British Museum and the Cultural Logic of Museology, Mita Choudhury
Imperial Aftershocks: The Legacies of Decolonization in the Netherlands, Jennifer L. Foray
Across the Iron Curtain: Hungarian Jewish Refugees in Austria, 1945-1951, Rebekah Klein-Pejšová
Friends and Allies: The Greek Military Junta and the United States, Jonathan Swarts
Presentations from 2013
Presentations from 2012
Presentations from 2010
Library Scholars Grant Presentation, Brent K. Jesiek
Library Scholars Grant Presentation, Michael Johnston