The traveling exhibition Pop América, which features nearly 100 artworks that connect Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, and the U.S., will be at the Nasher Museum from Feb. 21-July 21, 2019.
Professor Walter Mignolo's international contributions to political theory will be recognized in December event hosted by the University Paris-Nanterre.
Doctoral student Sandie Blaise was chosen for Duke I&E's first graduate assistantship, and featured on Duke Today. The project is designed to find alternative ways to develop English language skills among French-speaking refugees in the U.S.
An anonymous donor gifted an endowed professorship to French and Francophone Studies in honor of Anne-Marie Bryan, one of the first women professors in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke.
Julie is a neuroscience and French double major who while studying Proust, Flaubert, and neuroscience, draws connections between the humanities and the sciences.
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Pop América, 1965-1975, a travelling exhibition will be at the Nasher Museum of Art from February 21-July 21, 2019 after its time at The McNay Art Museum ... read more »
An anonymous donor gifted an endowed professorship to French and Francophone Studies in honor of Anne-Marie Bryan, one of the first women professors in the Department of... read more »
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