This research initiative allows select researchers access and circulation privileges at Columbia University, NYU, and NYPL research libraries. To be eligible you must have a NYPL library card and demonstrate research need. Further information about MaRLI and the application process can be found on the NYPL website here.
This research guide is developed to highlight some of the key resources in Sociology. Choose from the topics in the tabs across the top of this page to focus on the materials you need.
To find sources for journal articles select the Find Articles tab
To search for print and electronic books select the Find Books tab
To search archival collections and primary source databases select the Primary Sources tab
For information on grants and fellowship opportunities select the Funding tab
My contact information appears in the box to the right. If you'd like to meet with me to discuss your work or for help with the materials listed here please phone or send me an email. Using this guide is a good way to get started but there may be more specialized tools and sources that don't appear here to which I can direct you.
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