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The goal of the Philanthropic Studies Collections is to provide an articulated resource of primary and secondary materials to students and scholars--whether formally involved in the academic world or self-driven as lifelong learners.
Joseph and Matthew Payton Philanthropic Studies Library
Research materials include books, audio and video materials, specialized periodicals in the field, and dissertations. The collections include works from all disciplines as they relate to areas of voluntary action. For further information about the collections, visit the home page of the Joseph and Matthew Payton Philanthropic Studies Library.
Special Collections and Archives
Primary sources for research include the historical records of organizations and individuals that have worked as advocates for the nonprofit sector, fund raising firms that help nonprofit organizations raise money, foundations and individual philanthropists, organizations devoted to the study of philanthropy, and nonprofit organizations that provide social services, particularly in central Indiana. For further information about the collections, visit the home page of the IUPUI University Library Special Collections and Archives.
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