All of us in the department are proud of this year's graduates. We invite you to meet the 2020 class, as they recall memories from their time at Duke.
Her research will focus on the connections between pre-modern French and Francophone literature and later writers and activists.
Professor Anne-Gaëlle Saliot and Emmanuel Hondré from the Philharmonie de Paris
Deborah Reisinger discusses students using a second language in their studies.
Professors Liliana Paredes, Edna Andrews and Lee Baker featured in Duke Today for their work on raising awareness of language discriminiation in fragile communities.
No events found
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 »