Blogs Featured Posts (non-pipes)
A selection of recent books by Duke faculty on slavery, extremism, and the pursuit of racial equity
Who is depicted in the portal to the Chapel, and what’s the backstory?
The Civil Rights movement changed the way advertisers saw the African American market
A small taste (or sip) of history, inspired by our historical advertising collections
Don’t all 8th-graders love translating the personal papers of Nobel Prize- winning economists?
Trustees’ decision Aug. 3, 1892, allowed women to be admitted as full degree candidates
Cabinets of curiosities were the fascinating precursors to modern-day museums
Check out photos from around the Libraries and tag us to share yours!
A look at some eye-catching new additions to our collections
What can multispectral imaging teach us about historic inks and how they react with paper?
The upsides and downsides of digitizing obsolete media formats
Recommended reads from our New and Noteworthy and Current Literature Collections
A visiting Rubenstein Library researcher shares some fascinating finds
Research Services Librarian is “a rare find”
What can the 1960s struggle for voting rights teach us about self-determination and democracy today?
We’re thrilled to welcome two new librarians to the team!
Interested in checking out her work? Here’s a good place to start.
Library exhibit explores health advice for students and scholars
Library exhibit showcases the most numerous and diverse animals on earth
Favorites and fun finds from our collections posted regularly for your edification and amusement