Fall 2023

One Fine Day at Duke

In the Duke University Libraries, there’s no such thing as a typical day on the job. They’re all a little extraordinary.

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Rubenstein Library Acquires Archive of Danny Lyon, Whose Lens Captured Heroism and Violence of Civil Rights Movement

The photographer and filmmaker shot some of the most powerful and enduring images of the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s.

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Saint Nicholas’s Long and Winding Road to Duke

How did a medieval manuscript migrate from Germany to London, and finally to Durham, North Carolina?

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Around the Libraries

A symposium honoring John Hope Franklin’s seminal work, AI goes to college, a library headline from history, and more.

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My Giving Story: Kelly Braddy Van Winkle T’99

When Kelly Van Winkle learned about the Human Rights Archive in the Rubenstein Library, it felt like a place she could support long-term.

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Duke University Libraries Annual Report 2022-2023 (PDF)

The environment in which students and faculty operate today is immeasurably more complex than it was a hundred, fifty, or even ten years ago.

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Print Version [PDF]

The articles above are excerpted from the Fall 2023 issue of Duke University Libraries Magazine. A PDF version of this entire issue is also available.