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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SCHOLARSHIP AT THE ROCKEFELLER ARCHIVE CENTER
The Rockefeller Archive Center is pleased to announce the availability of its bibliography of scholarship at www.zotero.org/groups/rac. Since 1975, RAC staff have sought to maintain a comprehensive bibliography of the articles, books, and dissertations that are based in part on work conducted at the Archive Center. Each year, hundreds of researchers from around the world the RAC to research topics ranging from the history of medicine, science, and public health to the arts, agriculture, social sciences, urban affairs, and public policy. Managing editor Lee Hiltzik and staff are in the process of assigning subject tags to the over five thousand works currently identified. Zotero is an open-source research and citation management tool developed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. We encourage RAC researchers to request membership in the group, so that they may perform more robust searches and save citations into their own libraries.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE ROCKEFELLER FAMILY AND THEIR PHILANTHROPIES
The following bibliography is designed to present an introduction to the literature about the Rockefeller family and their various business and philanthropic endeavors:
A Bibliography on the Rockefeller Family and Their Philanthropies

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NEW SCHOLARSHIP ON THE FORD FOUNDATION, 2012-2015
This bibliography shows the scholarly output on the Ford Foundation published between 2012 and 2015, offering a snapshot of recent trends in scholarship on Ford:
Bibliography of New Scholarship on the Ford Foundation, 2012-2015





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