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Michael Kliën

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Michael Kliën is... read more »


Felipe De Brigard

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Dr. Felipe De... read more »


Jesús Ruiz

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Dr. Jesús Ruiz... read more »


Darren Gobert

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Dr. Darren... read more »


Jessica Namakkal

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Dr. Jessica... read more »


Jasmine Nichole Cobb

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. Dr. Jasmine... read more »


Luciana Parisi

As part of its event series tgiFHI, the Franklin Humanities Institute is conducting interviews with its faculty speakers in order to familiarize broader audiences with the diversity of research approaches in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at Duke University. In this edited... read more »


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This article was originally published on the Duke Chronicle website. In years past, humanities and arts departments held catered speaker events to help generate community between faculty, students and the Durham community. They varied from lectures and discussions to invited speakers. ... read more »


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Story+, Team-Based Research Program, Thrives Online Amanda Starling Gould Following Duke University’s official policy guidance that any “Duke-sponsored academic curricular and co-curricular programs scheduled for the entire summer [of 2020] must be delivered remotely or online,” Story+ decided... read more »


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Each year, we hire a small number of undergraduate student assistants to help out with events and institutional communications. Usually we say good-bye to our seniors while gathering around a congratulatory cake, but this year we have to settle for wishing these graduates all our best from afar.... read more »


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