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What’s in a Page? Re-Reading Shakespeare’s Four Folios

In our first video blog post, we share Emory PhD candidate Justin Shaw’s lecture on what readers can learn about the production, contexts, contents, and global implications of Shakespeare’s works by honing in on the title pages of each of...

Sigma Pi Phi Records Come to Emory

Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library is pleased to report acquisition of the current archives of the Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, the oldest African American Greek-letter fraternity in the United States. Known as the Boulé,...

Spotlight on the Community Council of the Atlanta Area (CCAA)

This blog post is one of several providing additional information on the collections highlighted in the exhibition, “Changing Atlanta, 1950-1999: The Challenges of a Growing Southern Metropolis.”  The Rose Library’s latest exhibit, “Changing Atlanta, 1950-1999: The Challenges of a Growing...

Following the Fellows: David Troupes

What can we make of the early drafts of a poem? What is the status of the discarded line? These questions were somewhere in the back of my mind as I prepared for my three-week visit to the Rose Library...

New blog series: “Following the Fellows”

Following the Fellows: Introducing the Rose Library 2016-2017 Short Term Fellows By Christeene Alcosiba Manager of Operations, Public Programming, and Rose Library Short-Term Fellowships Every year scholars and doctoral candidates from around the world come to campus to access Rose...