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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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  • DNA, Human Rights and Human Trafficking Workshop

    DNA, Human Rights and Human Trafficking Workshop

    Join us for a workshop to: Develop feasibility projects to explore the role of DNA in human trafficking victim identification Explore the ethical, privacy, political and social implications of DNA […]

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  • Brunch Discussion with Jessica Montell

    Brunch Discussion with Jessica Montell

    PLEASE RSVP by Wednesday, September 4 to Emily.stewart@duke.edu The revival of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process was met with cynicism and optimism in near equal parts. Jessica Montell provides a unique […]

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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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  • Moral Mondays Panel: Human Rights in North Carolina

    Moral Mondays Panel: Human Rights in North Carolina

    At this panel, professors and students will speak out about why they attend Moral Monday protests and why they have been arrested. A representative from the NAACP will let students know […]

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  • Han Dongfang: Labor Issues in China

    Han Dongfang: Labor Issues in China

    Han Dongfang is a keynote speaker at the 2013 Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit.  He will address labor issues in China. Labor tensions have become a much talked-about issue with an increasing […]

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  • Transnational North Korea and Northeast Asia: Migration and Urbanization Workshop

    Transnational North Korea and Northeast Asia: Migration and Urbanization Workshop

    Workshop in conjunction with Transnational Film Series. Includes a Conversation with Filmmaker Zhang Lu. Screenings and Q&A sessions with Zhang Lu precede the workshop.

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  • Desert Dream: Transnational Film Series Screening

    Desert Dream: Transnational Film Series Screening

    Film Screening: Desert Dream (Zhang Lu, 2007, 123 min, South Korea/France, in Mongolian and Korean with English subtitles, 35mm) In a vast desert area somewhere at the border between Mongolia and […]

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  • How Mass Incarceration Affects Us All

    How Mass Incarceration Affects Us All

    A Talk by Dr. Heather Ann Thompson Professor Thompson (African American Studies and History at Temple University) is the leading historian of mass incarceration in the United States. Thompson is […]

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  • Theorizing Human Rights

    Theorizing Human Rights

    A Conference in Honor of James Nickel For more than 30 years, James Nickel has provided a clear voice on human rights and mentored students in human rights law and theory, […]

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