This was another busy semester for Rubenstein librarians, who taught or co-taught more than 70 classes between September and early December! The classes ranged widely in subject, from feminist comics to medical history.
One exciting event, nicknamed “Anatomy Day,” brought 100 medical students to the Gothic Reading Room to investigate historical anatomical atlases and other books and manuscripts from the History of Medicine Collections. Rachel Ingold, Curator of the History of Medicine Collections, led a team of Rubenstein librarians in presenting these treasures to the students.
A few of the Duke classes that met in the Rubenstein Library this past semester are:
- Beyond Wonder Women: Comic and Graphic Novel Feminisms
- History of Photography, 1839 to the Present
- Documentary Photography and the Southern Culture Landscape
- Early Soviet Culture 1917-1934
- American Slavery/Emancipation
- Accelerated Intermediate Italian
- On the Boundaries of Medicine
- The Physician in History
- Hidden Children
- Dante and the Afterlife of the Book
We also hosted classes from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.
The Rubenstein staff offers a vast array of class instruction and support options. Please contact us to learn more about what the Rubenstein staff can do for your class!