Oral Histories from the Archives: Women's History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are featuring Women in Duke Medicine: An oral history exhibit, our online exhibit containing of oral history interviews with many pioneering women at Duke Medicine. The digital exhibit includes brief biographies, sound clips, photos, and interview transcripts of women from multiple fields at Duke Medicine.  An oral history exhibit

Many of these women were pioneers or in some way “firsts” in their respective disciplines, so each has a unique historical perspective. The exhibit chronicles both the stories of individual women in addition to providing a deeper look into the context in which those stories took place. Oral history, the primary method of inquiry for this exhibit, is a unique format that allows for both.

To view the digital exhibit, visit https://exhibits.mclibrary.duke.edu/duke-women. If you’d like to learn more about Duke history, please contact the Archives or check out some of our other digital exhibits, https://archives.mc.duke.edu/exhibits.  

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