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The price tag for a minute of airtime has grown exponentially since the Super Bowl started
Vernon Jordan cites the many ways the historian changed ‘the Ivory Tower’
Before there were “selfies” and YouTube, there were “Movies of Local People”
Photos to be placed in the Archive of Documentary Arts and exhibited after Rubenstein renovation
Join us in The Edge for our first “Sandbox Chat” on reading an ancient text “holistically” online
This week in the Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Tomato Soup Cake (1972)!
From early Greek manuscripts to Coach K’s very first win, we’ve digitized some amazing new material
A look back at the footage of Coach K’s first game (and first win) at Duke
Duke to pay tribute to historian John Hope Franklin on his centennial
Tell us about your personal library collection and you could win big!
Join us at Fullsteam Brewery for a toe-tapping discussion about the history of the banjo
A new exhibit that spans three campus locations highlights the power of visualization
When he was appointed chair of the department, the historian made history himself
New research space in Bostock promotes student research, team learning
Films offer glimpse of everyday life in the Piedmont South during the Great Depression
For a generation of American Jews, the civil rights movement was a formative experience
Rare materials often come in outdated formats that pose a challenge for users
Perkins Gallery exhibit kicks off a yearlong celebration of the historian’s life
The Edge is the new home of our Data and Visualization Services Department. Check it out!
Help us celebrate the complete renovation of the first floor of Bostock Library