Upcoming Events

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Lisa Borders has three decades of leadership experience, delivering results in the private, public and non-profit sectors. She is the CEO of LMB Group, a management consultancy firm, and recently… read more about Reimagining the World Together: A conversation with Lisa Borders and Wendy Clark »

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This event has been canceled.Join Duke Alumni as they talk to the personal, intellectual, academic, and spiritual trajectory through life, Duke, and graduate school.Register here: https://duke.zoom.… read more about Canceled - US construction of race and how to disrupt racist systems »

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Come join the Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative for our bi-weekly seminars, during which we learn from world-renowned pastors, theologians, and medical professors regarding the intersection… read more about The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship Seminar Series »

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Anthony Arnove produced the Academy Award-nominated documentary Dirty Wars, based on Jeremy Scahill's book Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield and wrote, directed, and produced The People Speak… read more about Reimagining the World Together: A Conversation with Anthony Arnove and Sonia Shah »

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Please register here: http://duke.is/vDbX6X Please join the Franklin Humanities Institute for its Friday morning series, tgiFHI!Talk description:Looked at from the perspective of the Arab revolutions… read more about Fadi A. Bardawil, "Overcoming Theory's Resistances: Translating Arab Revolutions Past and Present" »

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Virtual Zoom Talk

Lecture: "James Baldwin's Turkish Decade Revisited" by Magdalena ZaborowskaDiscussant: Ellen McLarney (Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies at Duke University)Magdalena J. Zaborowska,… read more about Lecture: James Baldwin's Turkish Decade Revisited »

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Zoom Virtual Event

In 1864 as the Civil War raged in the United States, a Circassian manumitted slave and Tunisian official named Husayn advocated for the abolition of slavery in the US. In response to a query from the… read more about Lecture: A North African Slave Advocating for Abolition in the US: Debating Slavery in Ottoman Tunis 1864 »

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Webcast

Join current and past APT Committee members to discuss the different stages of the tenure and promotion review process, components of a dossier, and tips and strategies to successfully navigate the… read more about FAS 6: Preparing for Promotion and Tenure at Duke »

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Come join the Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative for our bi-weekly seminars, during which we learn from world-renowned pastors, theologians, and medical professors regarding the intersection… read more about The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship Seminar Series »

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Join us for an open discussion about Perverse Incentives in Academic Research, their impact on research integrity and institutional resources to overcome them. Attending this event fulfills the… read more about Counteracting Perverse Incentives in Academic Research. The Open Science Initiative and other Institutional Resources »

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Scientists, engineers, policymakers, and activists are grappling with anthropogenic climate change and generating solutions to halt its progress. But humans' relationships with energy and the… read more about Call for Participants: Energy Humanities Working Group at Duke »

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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 7: Engaging in Difficult Conversations »

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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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Zakiyyah Iman Jackson (Department of English, University of Southern California) "A Question Mark Followed By an Exclamation Point": Grace Jones, Feline Femininity, and the Limits of Purrformance… read more about Black Feminism Beyond the Human »

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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 8: Effectively Managing Your Research Group »

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Mar Hicks is at the Illinois Institute of Technology read more about Digital Resistance and Hidden Histories of Computing »

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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 9: The Art of Inclusive Communication »