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  • Storytelling and Human Rights: Teaching at a Liberal Arts College

    Storytelling and Human Rights: Teaching at a Liberal Arts College

    “Story-telling and Human Rights: Teaching at a Liberal Arts College” James Dawes is Chair and Professor of English at Macalester College, and founder and Director of the Program in Human […]

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  • Film Screening of Girl Rising

    Film Screening of Girl Rising

    The Student Advisory Board of the Duke Human Rights Center@FHI presents Girl Rising. Girl Rising is a global action campaign for girls’ education, founded by award-winning journalists at The Documentary […]

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  • Leslie Brown, Civil Rights Movements: Chronologies, Contexts and the Classroom

    Leslie Brown, Civil Rights Movements: Chronologies, Contexts and the Classroom

    Leslie Brown, a Duke graduate and historian of the civil rights movement, teaches as an Associate Professor of History at Williams College. Prior to 2008, Brown taught a range of […]

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  • Mia Gröndal: Graffiti as a Political Weapon

    Mia Gröndal: Graffiti as a Political Weapon

    Mia Gröndal, art historian at The American University in Cairo discusses graffiti as a political weapon. Part of a weekly series hosted by the BorderWork(s) Lab in conjunction with the “Humanitarian Challenges: […]

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  • Humanities Open House

    Humanities Open House

    Are you interested in music, sound studies, visual arts, cartography, human rights, environmental studies, history, activism, community service, digital humanities, and/or cross-disciplinary studies? One or more of these programs may be […]

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  • R!C!A! Film Screening: The First Year

    R!C!A! Film Screening: The First Year

    The First Year (80 minutes) Five young teachers in Los Angeles public schools are followed through their first year of teaching in some of the U.S.’s toughest elementary, middle and high […]

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  • Our School: Transnational Film Series Screening

    Our School: Transnational Film Series Screening

    Film Screening: Our School (Kim Myeong-joon, 2007, 131 min., South Korea, Korean with English subtitles, DVD) A documentary film about the lives of ethnic Korean students in a Chongryon-run pro-North […]

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  • Dr. Tricia Rose: What is Our Education Worth?

    Dr. Tricia Rose: What is Our Education Worth?

    Dr. Tricia Rose, “What is our Education’s Worth?” Dr. Rose received a BA in Sociology from Yale University and her Ph.D. from Brown University in the field of American Studies.  […]

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  • R!C!A! Film Screening: Escuela

    R!C!A! Film Screening: Escuela

    Escuela (76 minutes) There are over 800,000 students enrolled in migrant education programs in the United States and, of those, only 45-50% ever finish high school. Escuela, the sequel to Hannah […]

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