Browse Exhibits (79 total)

Nation on the Move - the Puerto Rican Diaspora: Photographs by Frank Espada, 1963-1990

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Nation on the Move — the Puerto Rican Diaspora Photographs by Frank Espada, 1963–1990

January 16 – April 22, 2012

Special Collections Gallery
Perkins Library
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina

Forty years after the Farm Security Administration photographic survey of America, Frank Espada traveled from New England to the Pacific Islands photographing the Puerto Rican diaspora. Espada’s photographs document the harsh living and working conditions Puerto Rican migrants endured in the 1970s and 80s as well as their successes in building strong social-cultural-political organizations to improve their quality of life.

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Keep All You Wish: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum

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Keep All You Wish: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum

April 30 – October 20, 2012

Lyndhurst Gallery
Center for Documentary Studies
Durham, North Carolina

The exhibit was co-sponsored by the Rubenstein Library, the Center for Documentary Studies, the Graduate Liberal Studies Department and, the African and African American Studies Department.

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Iraq Perspectives: Photographs by Benjamin Lowy

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Iraq Perspectives: Photographs by Benjamin Lowy

October 24 – December 11, 2011

Rubenstein Library Gallery
Perkins Library
Duke University Libraries
Durham, North Carolina

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Flesh & Metal, Bodies & Buildings: Works from Jonathan Hyman's Archive of 9/11 Vernacular Memorials Curated by Pedro Lasch

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Flesh & Metal, Bodies & Buildings: Works from Jonathan Hyman's Archive of 9/11 Vernacular Memorials Curated by Pedro Lasch

May 9 – October 16, 2011

Special Collections Gallery
Perkins Library
Duke University Libraries
Durham, North Carolina

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Deena Stryker: Photographs of Cuba, 1963-1964

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Deena Stryker:
Photographs of Cuba, 1963-1964

August 30 - December 12, 2010

Special Collections Gallery
Duke Univeristy Libraries
Durham, North Carolina

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“No tengo derecho a permanecer callado” – El legado de derechos humanos del rabino Marshall T. Meyer

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“No tengo derecho a permanecer callado” – El legado de derechos humanos del rabino Marshall T. Meyer

Esta exhibición itinerante consta de 12 hermosas pancartas cuyo texto e imágenes se basan en la rica y poderosa colección de documentos contenidos en los documentos de Marshall T. Meyer, que incluyen fotos familiares íntimas, cartas conmovedoras de prisioneros, memorandos internos del gobierno y publicaciones raras de derechos humanos.

Historia de viaje de la exposición. | Especificaciones de exhibición | contacto Patrick Stawski con preguntas

View this exhibit in English: “I have no right to be silent”

'I Have No Right to Be Silent' - The Human Rights Legacy of Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer

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"I Have No Right To Be Silent", The Human Rights Legacy of the Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer

This traveling exhibit consists of 12 beautiful banners whose text and imagery draws on the rich and powerful collection of documents contained in the Marshall T. Meyer papers including intimate family photos, moving letters from prisoners, internal government memos and rare human rights publications.

Exhibit travel history | Exhibit spec sheet | Contact Patrick Stawski with questions

Ver esta exposición en Español: “No tengo derecho a quedarme callado”

Beyond Supply & Demand: Duke Economics Students Present 100 Years of American Women’s Suffrage

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Beyond Supply & Demand:

Duke Economics Students Present 100 Years of American Women’s Suffrage

The physical exhibit has been postponed due to COVID-19. Information about the exhibit's opening day and location will be updated as it becomes available

The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company

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Soul & Service: The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company

This digital collection features selected images of employees, office buildings, and other subjects that document the company's long history.  The images form part of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Archives, which were donated to and are administered jointly by Duke University and North Carolina Central University.

For more information about this digital collection, please contact  Andre Vann, Coordinator of University Archives, North Carolina Central University at avann@nccu.edu

or John B. Gartrell, Director of the John Hope Franklin Research Center, Duke University at john.gartrell@duke.edu

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