Category Archives: Colloquiums & Seminars

An Exploration of Holocaust Archives: Perkins Library at Duke University

By Kristalyn Gill Some people say you can only trust history when you hold, in your hands, a primary source or witness the event itself. However, I do not concur with this statement. For example, I have read numerous articles … Continue reading

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Phenomenal Photographs and Artifacts

By Mary-Grace Kelly While on our class’s excursion to Duke University, I was privileged to see many photos and read many impressive documents, newspaper articles, letters, and books that were both eye opening and shocking. This trip was extremely educational … Continue reading

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Holocaust Denialism and Media: Holocaust Seminar

By Aenia Amin Today’s trip to Duke University and the Nasher Museum was an enriching and eye-opening experience. Upon arriving at Duke, William Hansen, the curator of the Rubenstein Library, and Kate Collins, a research librarian, welcomed us and guided … Continue reading

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The Rubenstein Rare Book Collection: Holocaust Seminar

By Rebecca Wagner Stepping foot on the campus of Duke University for the first time allowed me to understand why it is known as a prestigious university. The atmosphere and architecture of the gothic style buildings were breathtaking. I could … Continue reading

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A Reflection on the Duke Exhibit

By Jeanann Woodard            As we pulled up on the icy day, we were greeted by the majestic chapel stretching above the trees.  While I was admiring the architecture, I could not help but think of the religion that most commonly … Continue reading

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