Duke University Linguistics Program

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Upcoming Events

Conversions

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Second Meeting of the Duke WORKING GROUP "Conversions: Medieval and Modern" (sponsored by the Duke English Department and Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, the Franklin Humanities Institute, and theMcGill Early Modern Conversions Project). **THURSDAY, 10/23 @ 7pm in Room 328 Allen Building (3nd floor, west campus)** The "Conversions:…
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Gish Jen

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Please join us for a public reading by Gish Jen (author of Tiger Writing, World and Town, The Love Wife, Typical American) Tues. Oct 28 at 7 pm, in McClendon Commons (behind the Admissions Bldg). This event is free and open to the public. Book sales and reception to…
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NOVEL

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On October 31st and November 1st, NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction, in conjunction with Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students, will be organizing a symposium on the contemporary novel. The FHI Garage will host three speakers—Justin Neuman (Yale University), Hector Hoyos (Stanford University), and Jane Elliott (Kings College London)—to…
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In Memory

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The English Department mourns the loss of Kaila Brown. We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to her family. Her memorial service will be held Oct. 3. A tribute page with photos and memories of Kaila can be found here: http://dukepal.org/2014/09/25/in-memoriam-kaila-brown/
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