The Durham Residential Research Library aims to enable and foster research across the three historic collections of Durham – those held by Durham Cathedral, Ushaw College and Durham University, including Palace Green Library and the Oriental Museum. They include not only libraries, but also archives, collections of visual and material culture, and architectural assets. The purpose of the Visiting Fellowships is to support research into these globally significant collections.

What’s On


The @Ushawcollege Lecture Series begins for 2019-20 next week! We start with Anne O'Connor on Translating Religion: Devotion and Piety From Europe to the Anglophone World in the Nineteenth Century. Weds 16 October. @ResearchDurham
https://t.co/w8fYNyFuDv

The @Ushawcollege Lecture Series begins for 2019-20 next week! We start with Anne O'Connor on Translating Religion: Devotion and Piety From Europe to the Anglophone World in the Nineteenth Century. Weds 16 October. @ResearchDurham
https://t.co/w8fYNyFuDv

The @Ushawcollege Lecture Series begins for 2019-20 next week! We start with Anne O'Connor on Translating Religion: Devotion and Piety From Europe to the Anglophone World in the Nineteenth Century. Weds 16 October. @ResearchDurham
https://t.co/w8fYNyFuDv

The @Ushawcollege Lecture Series begins for 2019-20 next week! We start with Anne O'Connor on Translating Religion: Devotion and Piety From Europe to the Anglophone World in the Nineteenth Century. Weds 16 October. @ResearchDurham
https://t.co/w8fYNyFuDv

The @Ushawcollege Lecture Series begins for 2019-20 next week! We start with Anne O'Connor on Translating Religion: Devotion and Piety From Europe to the Anglophone World in the Nineteenth Century. Weds 16 October. @ResearchDurham
https://t.co/w8fYNyFuDv