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.
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 »
The migration of hundreds and thousands capturing public attention is cast as today's crisis. The inTransit research group has come together to... read more »
A project of the Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI) at Duke University, Humanities Futures is a multi-faceted exploration of the states and... read more »
The Health Humanities Lab, run by the Franklin Humanities Institute, is an initiative that bridges the humanities, Duke Health, and the Duke Global Health... read more »
The Radio Haiti Archive, housed in the Human Rights Archive at Duke University’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and... read more »
Francophone Digital Humanities [FDH] is a multilingual initiative in research and teaching launched with the support of the Dean of Humanities, and the Cultural Services of... read more »