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#RaceMatters

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Duke scholars will discuss the #RaceMatters of the Summer of 2015, Monday, August 31, 2015. The panel discussion will be held at 7pm at White Auditorium on the East Campus. The event will feature the English Department's very own Karla F. C. Holloway, who is the James B. Duke…
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In Memoriam: Assia Djebar

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Date: Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 3:15pm - 7:00pm Location: FHI Garage, Bay 4, Smith Warehouse Co-sponsored by the Duke University Middle East Studies Center (DUMESC), the Novel Project, and the FHI World-renowned Algerian feminist novelist, translator, and film producer, Assia Djebar’s numerous works of historical fiction paint the…
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Dante Working Group

Poetic Vision & Vernacular Theology: Reading Dante & Julian of Norwich: Thursday Sept. 3, 2015 in the Allen Board Room (2nd Floor of the Allen Building) from 7:15-9 pm
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Little Corner Poetry Series: Laynie Browne

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LAYNIE BROWNE Saturday, October 3 8 pm Duke East Parlors Laynie Browne is the author of seven collections of poetry and one novel. Her most recent publications include Roseate, Points of Gold (2011), and The Desires of Letters (2010), The Scented Fox, (2007, winner of the National Poetry Series), Daily…
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Blackburn Reading Series: Ha Jin

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HA JIN Wed. Oct 7, 2015 7 pm Duke East Parlors Acclaimed novelist, poet, short story author Ha Jin (Xuefei Jin) is a Professor of English at Boston University. He has been the recipient of the National Book Award for Fiction, the PEN/Faulkner Award, the PEN/Hemingway Award, and was a…
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Nathaniel Mackey: The Music of Language

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"Host Frank Stasio talks with Mackey about his recent book of poetry Blue Fasa (New Directions Books/2015) which is part of his serial poetry collection. They will also discuss Mackey’s lifelong love of music, deejaying and how music makes its way into his poetry. " Listen to the story…
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Julie Tetel Andresen: Vanishing Languages

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From Duke Today: Vanishing Languages “Languages tell us about our biology, our sociology, our environment,” Andresen said. “They are also systems of thought."
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