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Big interview coming up? Perkins’s newly-renovated interview rooms have got you covered.
Recommended reads from our New & Noteworthy and Current Literature collections
How to revolutionize the university and prepare students for a world in flux
It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we’re doing our part to make our web presence more secure.
We are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s prizes.
Items first used at 1970 inauguration of Terry Sanford
Duke students share research and stories of campus people and events that are not widely known
Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor discuss their book and exhibit “Dream of a House”
How to make the Duke educational experience more engaging, transformative, and equitable?
Deep in Perkins Library, conservators protect Duke’s library treasures
Words have power. Read a banned book.
See a listing of upcoming events and programs at the Duke University Libraries
40 years after it came to Duke, a collection of German Baroque literature continues to yield surprises
Librarians recreate historical recipes, offering a tour through American history and palates
What should the next class of Blue Devils read as part of their Common Experience?
Check out our exhibit on the “Good Gray Poet” in the Biddle Room, then read more of his work
One month, one book, one community
Recommended reads from our New and Noteworthy and Current Literature Collections
How to help archives, museums, libraries, and other organizations hit by the hurricanes
Looking back on the author of Sexual Politics, whose papers are held here at Duke