At Ball State, research is right at the tip of your fingers. With our extensive amount of resources, you’ll probably have a hard time choosing topics for class requirements.
Bracken Library holds more than 1.8 million volumes of books, periodicals, microforms, audiovisual materials, software, maps, archival records, and much more! On campus, you can undertake original research using the Sir Norman Angell papers- which spans his entire career as a political writer- the Stoeckel Archives, and the collection at the Center for Middletown Studies
Primary research also can be pursued at several readily accessible institutions in Indianapolis, Bloomington, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Chicago. The Richard Burkhardt Building, our department’s home, also houses the Social Studies Materials Center for students involved in the social studies program.
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