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Food Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Why, What and How We Eat: Rubenstein Library

Sallie Bingham Center

Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture 

Librarian: Kelly Wooten, kelly.wooten@duke.edu

Relevant collections include women's prescriptive literature; cookbooks; and personal papers that include letters and diaries.

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Human Rights Archive

Human Rights Archive 

Manuscript collections include:

Duke University Archives

Duke University Archives

Assistant University Archivist: Amy McDonald
amy.mcdonald@duke.edu

Collections include:

John W. Hartman Center

John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History 

Reference Archivist:  Josh Larkin Rowley, joshua.larkinrowley@duke.edu

Collections include food advertisements (print, outdoor, and TV) for a wide range of products; advertising cookbooks; detailed documentation of campaigns for ad agency clients such as Kraft and General Foods from 19th century to the present.

Archive of Documentary Arts

Archive of Documentary Arts

Collections include:

  • Full Frame Inventory: Collection includes: Super Size Me (2003), A Love Supreme (2001), and Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai (2008)

Visual and Audiovisual collections include:

  • Rob Amberg Photographs and Papers, 1975-2009 and undated: Photographs document the changes on life in rural western North Carolina caused by industrial and economic development.

Rubenstein Librarian

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Elizabeth Dunn
Contact Info:
Rubenstein Library
103 Perkins Library
+1 919-660-5824

John Hope Franklin Center

History of Medicine Collections

History of Medicine Collections

Curator: Rachel Ingold
rachel.ingold@duke.edu

Relevant collections/materials:Print materials relating to food and nutrition from the 17th century to 20th century, including:

  • nutrition and feeding for infants/children and mortality
  • nutrition's impact on disease
  • home health and domestic guidebooks on diet and nutrition