The Mennonite Historical Library, the world’s largest collection of Anabaptist-Mennonite literature; Mennonite Church USA Archives, with national and international holdings; Mennonite Quarterly Review, a scholarly journal published at GC since 1927; and Mennonite World Conference’s Global Mennonite History Project are all connected to the Goshen College campus.
Further opportunities for experience and research can be pursued at the Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism. This institute is connected with Goshen College and headed by one of its professors, John D. Roth. Opportunities can range from working on the “Suffering Church Stories Project” to developing the Anabaptist Wikipedia. Read more about the ISGA.