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  • Interview with John Prendergast

    Interview with John Prendergast

    This interview was conducted by Kelly Carroll, a sophomore undergraduate student majoring in Public Policy and working for the Borderwork(s) Lab in the Franklin Humanities Institute. Kelly Carroll (KC): Where […]

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  • 2013 Winner

    2013 Winner

    WOLA and Duke University Announce Winner of their Human Rights Book Award: The Big Truck that Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster […]

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  • 2012 Winner

    2012 Winner

    Héctor Abad’s Oblivion: A Memoir Named 2012 WOLA-Duke Book Award Winner The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and Duke University have named Héctor Abad’s book Oblivion: A Memoir as the winner of the […]

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  • 2011 Winner

    2011 Winner

    Kathryn Sikkink’s The Justice Cascade Named 2011 WOLA-Duke Book Award Winner In just three decades, state leaders in Latin America, Europe, and Africa have lost their immunity for their human rights violations, […]

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  • 2010 Winner

    2010 Winner

    “Hostage Nation: Colombia’s Guerrilla Army and the Failed War on Drugs,” written by Victoria Bruce, Karin Hayes and Jorge Enrique Botero, has won the third annual WOLA-Duke Book Award for Human […]

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  • 2009 Winner

    2009 Winner

    Heraldo Muñoz’s The Dictator’s Shadow Wins WOLA-Duke Book Award The Dictator’s Shadow: Life Under Pinochet, a memoir of dictatorship and exile and their long aftermath in Chile, has won the second […]

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