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The Rose Library is open for in person appointments Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Masks are optional indoors in most spaces on Emory’s campuses. Please see the University Guidelines pertaining to mask requirements.
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What's Happening at the Library
2023 Rose Research Fellowships
5 Strategic Areas
English-language literature and poetry
The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library
African American history and culture
Southern history and culture
Political and social movements
13 Subject Specific Areas
Nancy and Randall Burkett Award for Research in Black Print Culture
LGBTQ Collections Fellowship
J. Herman Blake and Emily L. Moore Award
Leonard and Louise Riggio Fellowship
Marcus Garvey Foundation Fellowships
Richard A. Long / HBCU Fellowship
The Benny Andrews Award
The Donald C. Locke Award
Pellom McDaniels Fellowship
Geffen and Lewyn Family Southern Jewish Collections Research Fellowship
Dana White Fellowship
The Rose Research Travel Fellowship
Rose Library Blog
March 6, 2023
New Digitized Collection: William H. Scott Family Papers
February 13, 2023
Carter G. Woodson, The Father of Black History at the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
January 30, 2023
Ernest Hartsock’s Bozart Magazine: An Oasis in the Sahara
January 9, 2023
How Ebony magazine engaged and reacted to the Black Power movement in the 1960s and 1970s
December 20, 2022