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The Ongoing Quest to Uncover Walt Whitman

A kind of literary detective, Zachary Turpin is making a career out of discovering lost writings from the 19th century.

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17 Apr 2018

How Japan’s Oldest Private University Evolved its Collection

Keio University’s library faced a challenge: they needed more books to support the school’s growing curriculum, but were running out of space. Here’s what they did.

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16 Apr 2018

Putting the Spotlight on Saudi Research Achievements

How the Saudi Digital Library is raising global awareness of scholarly outputs from universities in Saudi Arabia.

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11 Apr 2018

Remembering the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda

Learn how researchers use testimonies from genocide survivors to understand the causes and impact of systemic violence.

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29 Mar 2018

Career Advice from ProQuest’s Women Leaders

“We must provide an environment that allows each one of us to exercise and utilize our full potential.”

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28 Mar 2018

The Incredible Life of Vera Laska

Vera Laska joined the Czech resistance and saved Jewish lives as a teenager.

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26 Mar 2018

Cookies, Consent, and Policies: Your Privacy at ProQuest

Our customers trust us to safeguard their and their users’ data, and we take that responsibility very seriously.

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16 Mar 2018

Bess, You Is Your Own Woman Now

We explore the splendor of Porgy and Bess, as well as depictions of race and gender in the long-beloved opera.

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13 Mar 2018

From the Suffragettes to #MeToo

Honoring International Women’s Day with a look at how far women have come, and where there is still need to #PressForProgress

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05 Mar 2018

Say It Loud!: James Brown and Black Freedom

“When I'm on stage, I'm trying to do one thing: bring people joy.” – James Brown

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26 Feb 2018