MARBL is an equal access library available to anyone who is interested in our vast collections. Whether you are conducting in-depth research, writing a paper for class, working on a family tree, or simply curious about our holdings, you are welcome to contact us to set up a visit, or to request duplications of our materials.
MARBL staff collaborate with instructors to incorporate rare books, manuscripts and archives into the classroom. We offer instruction sessions, in MARBL, tailored to the needs of the particular class. Staff are available to assist instructors in designing assignments best suited to their individual topics and goals.
MARBL staff seek to partner with faculty to transform teaching and research at Emory. One of MARBL's most important goals is to incorporate Emory's rich research collections into the undergraduate and graduate experience.
MARBL offers short-term fellowships to support scholarly use of the Library's research collections in four strategic areas: English-language literature, The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, African American history and culture and Southern history, culture and politics.