Saturday, November 19, 2016

Human Rights Archives at Duke University Libraries

Human rights collections at Duke University Libraries range from the papers of individuals (e.g. Peter Storey papers) to the records of organizations (e.g. The Center for Death Penalty Litigation records). They include local North Carolina based groups as well as organizations operating on a transnational and international scale.  


Latin America is particularly well-represented by such collections as the Marshall T. Meyer papers (Argentina) and The Center for International Policy records (Columbia, Cuba, drug trafficking), and the Coletta Youngers papers (Peru and the Andean region).  Other regions such as South Africa (the Peter Storey papers) and the Middle East (the Marty Rosenbluth papers) are also documented.

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