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The Eccles Centre for American Studies

The Eccles Centre for American Studies was founded by David and Mary Eccles in 1991. Based at the British Library - which houses the foremost collection of American books, manuscripts, journals, newspapers and sound recordings outside of the United States - the Centre has two broad aims: to promote the Library's North American materials, and to support American Studies in schools and universities.

Forthcoming Events and Conferences

Eccles Centre Recent Events

Eccles Centre Visiting Professorships, Fellowships And Postgraduate Awards 2013

The awards for April 2013 - September 2014 have now been made.
Details   Recipients

Eccles Centre Garrison Keillor Fellowship

The Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library invited applications for the Garrison Keillor Fellowship. The award has now been made. More

New Research Resources

The Federal Writers' Project: A guide to materials held at the British Library

Seventeenth Annual Douglas W Bryant lecture
Rorschach President: How Barack Obama personifies the anxieties and aspirations of America(PDF format 209KB) by Gary Younge

Early American Science: A Selective Guide To Materials At The British Library

"For Myself, For My Children, For Money"
includes both a bibliography of early American women's writings at the British Library, and selective biographies

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