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Sylvan Oswald, award-winning interdisciplinary artist, is the 2017-2018 Rosati Visiting Fellow
The post Live at the Ruby! Trainers: A Theatrical Essay, Mar. 28 appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
Join us for a session on how to navigate the ethics of researching when the law is unclear
The post Graduate Workshop on the Law and Ethics of Using Archives, Mar. 26 appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
Exhibit and conference reflects on how young activists helped launch a movement
The post Putting SNCC Veterans into the Civil Rights Era Spotlight appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
Fill out your bracket and you could win a Crazie prize from Lilly Library!
The post March Movie Madness: What’s the Best Sports Film of All Time? appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
Changes include new senior appointments, a retirement, and a division reorganization
The post Duke University Libraries Announces Leadership Team Changes appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Lilly Library highlights books and movies featuring women athletes
The post Lilly Collection Spotlight: They Came to Play | Women in Sport appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Accusations of “fake news” are nothing new.
The post A “malicious fabrication” by a “mendacious scribbler for the ‘New York Times’” appeared first on Duke University Libraries Blogs.
The fascinating case of an 18th-century same-sex couple who risked everything to live together
For the true bibliognost, here are ten unusual bits of library lingo that are definitely worth knowing.
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An occasional series of stories celebrating our library student workers
Check out the complete list of our mystery picks, along with the library staff who recommended them
Durham County Library Director Tammy Baggett-Best presents on stunning renovations
How a visualization comes together, from data to rough drafts to final product
Join us to share your favorite reads from the past year and get recommendations from others
Join us for a discussion about creating public-facing works in the classroom
Recommended reads from our New & Noteworthy and Current Literature collections