Upcoming Events

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Virtual Zoom Presentation

In this illustrated talk, Sato Moughalian, author of Feast of Ashes: The Life and Art of David Ohannessian (Redwood/Stanford University Press, 2019), documents the art of her grandfather David… read more about How Art Survives: David Ohannessian and the Armenian Ceramics of Jerusalem »

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Zoom / vFairs

Joining virtually in celebration of Duke faculty and students' novel research accomplishments, Duke Research Week 2021 is a week-long program of 12 events beginning January 25 with a panel discussion… read more about Duke Research Week 2021 »

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Webcast

Learn how to engage in challenging conversations constructively. Participants will learn skills for: handling personnel matters with fairness and professionalism; and tools for resolving broken… read more about FAS 8: Engaging in Difficult Conversations »

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Zoom

This hands-on workshop serves as an introduction to accessible puppetry styles and techniques that work well in film animation. We will be looking at 2D puppet fabrication and manipulation using… read more about Animating with Puppets: A Workshop on Using Puppetry in Film Animation »

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Zoom

Dr. Ariela Marcus-Sells is an Assistant Professor and Distinguished Emerging Scholar in the Department of Religious Studies at Elon University. She received a PhD in Religious Studies/Islamic Studies… read more about From Miracles to Sorcery: Knowledge and Practice in the Work of the Kunta Scholars »

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Online

Please join the Franklin Humanities Institute for its Friday morning series, tgiFHI!tgiFHI gives Duke faculty in the humanities, interpretative social sciences and arts the opportunity to present… read more about Laura Lieber »

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Virtual - Zoom

Registration Required: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMlcOmqqTksGNEgwvHkKpIAPenAcDrWJ…Zakiyyah Iman Jackson (Department of English, University of Southern California) "Aesthetic… read more about Black Feminism Beyond the Human »

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Webcast

This workshop is designed for faculty who lead research groups and serve as managers across all academic disciplines on campus. Faculty will hear from colleagues about approaches to cultivate a… read more about FAS 9: Effectively Managing Your Research Group »

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Zoom

In the early morning hours of Friday, May 17th, 1929, a Lebanese immigrant was lynched in Lake City, Florida. He was shot multiple times and left to die along a lonely stretch of the road heading… read more about Screening and Conversation: The Romey Lynchings »

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Zoom

Saadia Yacoob is Assistant Professor of Religion at Williams College. She holds a PhD from Duke University and an MA from the Institute of Islamic Studies at McGill University. Her research focuses… read more about Islamic Law and Ethics (tentative title) »

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Zoom

Nura A. Sediqe is a postdoctoral research associate and lecturer at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. Most recently, she co-taught SPIA's "The Politics of Public Policy" as… read more about Discrimination, Racialization, and Islam (tentative title) »

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Virtual - Zoom

Zoom Meeting registration link: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrce6oqDkjGdd0ml6QmUAfhXaJlv_ix…This is the third event in this year's Duke on Gender Colloquium Series.Chair: Anna Krylova (… read more about Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost its Edge in Computing »

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Online

Acclaimed poet, activist, recording artist, and filmmaker Amir Sulaiman will read from and discuss his work, which viscerally and spiritually confronts themes of race, identity, suffering, healing,… read more about In Conversation: Amir Sulaiman »

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Webinar

Webinar Registration Link to be provided soon!Since 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an annual Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW). FTW 2021 will… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

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Zoom

Dr. Hina Azam teaches courses in Islamic Studies such as Islamic theology, Islamic law, the Qur'an, Qur'an interpretation, and Islamic feminism, as well as a course on comparative religions of the… read more about Narrative Ethics of the Qur’an (tentative title) »

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Webinar

Webinar Registration Link to be provided soon!Since 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an annual Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW). FTW 2021 will… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

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Webcast

Faculty are in a unique position to influence culture by promoting Duke's shared values of inclusion, equity and respect. In this interactive workshop, participants will explore their own personal… read more about FAS 10: The Art of Inclusive Communication »

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Zoom

Please join the Sanford School of Public Policy and Duke's Center for Child and Family Policy for the Spring 2021 Stand For Racial Justice virtual event featuring the Rev. Dr. Starsky Wilson on… read more about Stand for Racial Justice »

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Zoom

This talk explores the analytical opportunities afforded by a methodological focus on genre and what Talal Asad calls "the sensible body" for critically examining the Islamic discursive tradition in… read more about Surviving Genres: Rethinking the Islamic Discursive Tradition in Colonial India »

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Webinar

Save the Date! Webinar Registration Link to be provided soon!Since 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an annual Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

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zoom

In Peaceful Families, Juliane Hammer chronicles and examines the efforts, stories, arguments, and strategies of individuals and organizations doing Muslim anti-domestic violence work in the United… read more about Muslim Community Efforts against Domestic Violence: Sajida Jalalzai in conversation with Juliane Hammer, author of Peaceful Families (Princeton 2019) »

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Zoom

Alaina Morgan is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at USC. Trained as a historian of the African Diaspora, Professor Morgan's research focuses on the historic utility of religion, in… read more about Black Muslim Atlantic (tentative title) »