Our April Newsletter is now available here!
Still unsure whether you’ll be able to travel to that archive? Trying to organize the mostly digital research you’ve been gathering in this pandemic year? Want to incorporate a digital
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Introduction On April 14th, 2021 the Manuscript Migration Lab held its second public event, Preservation, Restitution, and the Idea of “Cultural Heritage,” featuring speakers Dr. Felwine Sarr (Duke University) and
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Our March Newsletter is now available! You can find it here!
Preservation, Restitution, & the Idea of “Cultural Heritage” Wednesday, April 14, 2021 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (EDT) Webinar registration is required. Registration Link: https://duke.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ckjEc2vYSC61AcW3IVFMWA Please join the Manuscript Migration
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Our February Newsletter is now available! You can find it here!
Introduction On February 24th, 2021 the Manuscript Migration Lab hosted a conversation with Dr. Eugenio Donadoni (CHRISTIE’S Director, Senior Specialist, Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts) and Dr. Sandra Hindman (Owner of
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Our December-January Newsletter is now available! You can access it here!
We are super excited to announce our first event of the semester! The Manuscripts and Markets Workshop is a lab exclusive event that will be held on February 24th at
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This program provides first-generation and/or low-income undergraduate students funding for summer research in the libraries. Students can apply for up to $4500 in funding for programs such as Story+ or
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