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Enjoy vintage recipes and cooking tips from Duke University Archives
Don’t let all the final papers, presentations, and exams sneak up on you!
Just in time for Thanksgiving, see what’s cooking in the Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen!
You’ve seen the project teams in The Edge—come find out what they’re working on!
Artist and certified medical illustrator joins us for the Visualization Friday Forum
Reflections on a photographer whose work is preserved in the Rubenstein Library
A number of events are planned to celebrate the work of nonprofit scholarly publishers
Political buttons and pins on display in Perkins Library hearken back to election seasons of yore
Presidential historian visited campus as part of the biennial Weaver Memorial Lecture
How Authors Can Better Reach Readers in the New Publishing Economy
Join us for a panel discussion on Roberto Dainotto’s The Mafia: A Cultural History
Check out our newest digitized collection, the first to appear in our new platform
Check out a charger for your phone or laptop in Perkins or Lilly
See the bizarre artistry of the Dutch botanist and anatomist up-close at Screamfest, Oct. 29
Following the success of the “One Person, One Vote” Project, the team takes on a bigger challenge
Data and Visualization Services is now accepting submissions to its 4th annual student data visualization contest
Come celebrate the Day of the Dead!
The John Hope Franklin Research Center recently acquired the Robert A. Hill Collection of the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers Project Records.
The “Mastodon of Newspapers” recently showed up in our Conservation Lab
Our Halloweeen Screamfest is back, and it’s more adorable than ever