Opportunities for research and discovery multiply when people come together. The Newberry offers several programs that support scholars, students, teachers, writers, artists, and others who ground their work in the humanities.
Join our interdisciplinary community of researchers.
Center for Renaissance Studies
Serving graduate students and scholars across multiple disciplines in medieval and early modern studies.
D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies
Improving knowledge and representation of Native peoples and histories.
Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography
Helping scholars, teachers, and the public understand the world through maps.
More Research Opportunities
Newberry fellowships give researchers time, space, and community to pursue innovative and ground-breaking projects.
Artists in Residence
Through the Artist-in-Residence program, artists and writers are able to create work that engages with the Newberry’s collection.
Xan Holt, Northwestern University
German Studies Seminar
Sep 15, 2023
At the Newberry – Rettinger Hall
Yuthika Sharma, Northwestern University
Sep 22, 2023
At the Newberry – B-82
Event—Center for Renaissance Studies
Black Feminist Premodern Book History
Led by B.K. Adams (Arizona State University) and Carissa Harris (Temple University)
Oct 06, 2023
At the Newberry