Fri. Feb 28: Duke CMRS/JMEMS Symposium (2-5 pm, Westbrook 0012, Divinity School) Brad S. Gregory, University of Notre Dame: The Unintended Reformation. For more information, see the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies website.
By successfully completing an honors thesis students can graduate "with distinction." More information can be found on the undergraduate thesis page. The deadline for applications is Friday March 14th.
The deadline for submissions to the undergraduate writing contests is Friday March 21. Please follow these links for more information about the Creative Writing Contest (fiction and poetry) and the Critical Essay Contest.
Mar. 25 in the Allen Board Room (2nd floor) 7:15 - 9 pm Please RSVP to Davide Carozza at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacqueline Kellish at email@example.com. More details on the working group webpage: http://english.duke.edu/research/rethinking-modernity
April 22 in the Allen Board Room (2nd floor) 7:15 - 9 pm Please RSVP to Davide Carozza at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacqueline Kellish at email@example.com. More details on the working group webpage: http://english.duke.edu/research/rethinking-modernity
Duke's Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory presents the 2014 Symposium on "Population": April 24, 2014, 9:15 am – 3:15 pm. Huntington Willard (Director, IGSP, Duke), Peter Godfrey-Smith (Philosophy, Graduate Center, CUNY), Lawrence Cohen (Anthropology, UC-Berkeley) For the schedule of talks, see the CISSCT calendar here: http://cissct.duke.edu/calendar
Manic Caravan Poetry Reading Series Presents Maria E. Hamilton Abegunde and Alexis Pauline Gumbs Sat. April 26th 8 pm Duke East Parlors Links: http://abegunde.com http://iub.academia.edu/MariaHamiltonAbegunde