Posts Tagged: Raymond Danowski Poetry Library

Emory’s Raymond Danowski Poetry Library Changes Literary History

This March, Dr. Nick Sturm, the NEH Postdoctoral Fellow in Poetics at The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, will lead a “Great Works” seminar series that explores the history and holdings of the Raymond Danowski Poetry Library. Assembled by collector Raymond Danowski over 30 years, the Danowski Poetry Library contains over 75,000…

Libraries, Within Libraries, Within Libraries

This summer, Emory Alumna Candice Butts 10C, was an intern for the Raymond Danowski Library. As an Emory alumna, a summer internship with the Danowski Poetry Library has been an exciting opportunity.  By stepping into the world of rare books and archives, I can combine my undergraduate degree in the humanities with the skills learned…

The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Three Dimensional Poetry

The Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library is a place of discovery. All are welcome to visit and explore our unique holdings, whether as a researcher or an observer. The breadth and depth of our collections are vast, and it is nearly impossible to investigate every nook and cranny. We invite you this year, through our blog, to…