The Black Outdoors: "There is No End to Out"

Monday, April 24, 2017 - 3:00pm

M. NourbeSe Philip, Nathaniel Mackey, and Ed Roberson

The Black Outdoors working group and the Humanities Futures initiative at the Franklin Humanities Institute presents "There is No Way but Out," with readings by and a conversation with poets M. NourbeSe Philip, Nathaniel Mackey, and Ed Roberson.Additional sponsors include: African and African American Studies; Duke Divinity School, Office of the Dean; Duke English Department; Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts; Division of Theology and Ethics; Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies; Office of Black Church Studies; Program in Literature; Religious Studies; African American and African Diaspora Studies at UNCG; Women's and Gender Studies, UNCG

Goodson Chapel
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Event Contact: 
Rogers, Sarah