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Archive for April, 2018

 
  • Why the Human Rights Certificate?  An Interview with Cole Wicker ’18

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? An Interview with Cole Wicker ’18

    This interview was conducted over email with Cole Wicker, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, by Kyra Josephson, senior undergraduate student, majoring in History and […]

     
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  • Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Kathy Johnson ’18

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Kathy Johnson ’18

    This interview was conducted over email with Kathy Johnson, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, by Kyra Josephson, senior undergraduate student, majoring in History and […]

     
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  • Announcing the 2018 Koonz Prize Winners

    Announcing the 2018 Koonz Prize Winners

     
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  • 2018 Winners

    2018 Winners

    The recipients of the 2018 Oliver W. Koonz Prize — which recognizes the innovative work being done on human rights by students — were Hannah Miao, and Catherine Ward & […]

     
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  • Report: Activating History for Justice at Duke

    Report: Activating History for Justice at Duke

     
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  • Teaching for Equity Fellows: Applications Now Open for 2018-19

    Teaching for Equity Fellows: Applications Now Open for 2018-19

     
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  • Edgardo Colón-Emeric

    Edgardo Colón-Emeric

    Colón-Emeric is originally from Puerto Rico. His research engages the thought of figures like Thomas Aquinas, John Wesley, and Bartolomé de las Casas with the intent of achieving mestizajes of […]

     
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  • Nora Nunn. PhD student in English.

    Nora Nunn

    Nora Nunn is a doctoral candidate in Duke University’s department of English specializing in transnational 20th-century American literature and visual cultures, with a focus on genocide and human rights. Her […]

     
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  • Hannah Ontiveros

    Hannah Ontiveros

    Hannah Ontiveros is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in the history department at Duke. Her work focuses on 20th-Century U.S. women’s history, empire, and labor. Her dissertation, “The Personal is Imperial: […]

     
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  • Katy Hansen

    Katy Hansen

    Katy Hansen is a PhD candidate in Environmental Policy at Duke University. She studies water service provision in the United States; her dissertation focuses on the politics of investments in […]

     
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