[This is a guest post by Lee Sorensen, the Visual Studies and Dance librarian for Duke. He selects for the arts and manages the public-interfaces for image collections.]
Recently I was helping a student looking for articles on spolia, recycled pillars, sculpture, etc. incorporated into the art of another era. It was a particularly common [...]Continue Reading →
Just a few months before this year’s Fourth of July celebrations, a federal budget agreed upon by Congress and the President set off a round of fireworks about as spectacular and festive as the “rockets’ red glare” commemorated in our national anthem (which, as you recall, was composed by Francis Scott Key during the [...]Continue Reading →
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