Events

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Zoom

Tsitsi Jaji, Associate Professor of English and African & African American Studies Amanda Gorman is one of only five poets invited to inaugurate our national rite of passage, welcoming a new… read more about I, Too, Sing America: How Poets Help Us Think About Race »

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Season 1: Episode 2 of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest… read more about Bruce Robbins and Orhan Pamuk »

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Webinar

Registration Required. Go to https://gendersexualityfeminist.duke.edu/14th-feminist-theory-workshopSince 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

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Zoom

Duke English and the ad-hoc committee on anti-racism invites you to join them for a talk by Duke English Ph.D. alum Cord Whitaker, Associate Professor of English at Wellesley and, author of Black… read more about “From Medieval America to Modern”: On Being BIPOC and Making Meaning in White Disciplinary Spaces »

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Season 1: Episode 3 of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest… read more about Ulka Anjaria and Madhuri Vijay »

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Virtual

Duke alum Cade Metz will discuss his new book, Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World, a sweeping look at the rise of "AI" (Artificial Intelligence) over the… read more about Conversation with NY Times AI Reporter Cade Metz on his new book Genius Makers »

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Webinar

Registration Required. Go to https://gendersexualityfeminist.duke.edu/14th-feminist-theory-workshopSince 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

The deadline for the 2021 Creative Writing Contest is Wednesday, March 24, 2021.  The English Department administers writing contests to recognize fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry works by… read more about Deadline for 2021 Creative Writing Contests »

The deadline for 2021 Critical Essay is Wednesday, March 24, 2021. The critical essay competition is open for essays written by any Duke undergraduate enrolled in an English department course.  … read more about Deadline for 2021 Critical Essay Contest »

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Season 1: Episode 4 of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest… read more about Martin Puchner and Catherine Lacey »

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Duke English Department Facebook Live
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Webinar

Registration Required. Go to https://gendersexualityfeminist.duke.edu/14th-feminist-theory-workshopSince 2007, The Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University has hosted an… read more about 14th Feminist Theory Workshop 2021 Virtual Series »

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Duke English Department Facebook Live

Professor Adrienne Perry, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Villanova University, will be visiting Professor JP Gritton's English 221S "Intro to the Writing of Fiction" course. read more about David L Paletz Creative Writing Guest Series: Adrienne Perry »

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Season 1: Episode 5 of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest… read more about Penny Fielding and James Robertson »

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Season 1: Episode 6 of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest… read more about Gerry Canavan and Kameron Hurley »

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Zoom

(Details coming soon)To sign up for this discussion with Ranji Khanna, please click here. read more about Faculty Works-in-Progress with Ranji Khanna »

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Season roundup of the Novel Dialogue podcast. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, the co-hosts will be joined by a novelist and a literary critic each week to have an open and honest discussion… read more about Aarthi Vadde and John Plotz »