InTransit Event Calendar

CALENDAR —Please note that the information about events planned for 9/19 and 9/25 have to be confirmed 

When & Where Exhibits Openings Forums Speaker Series Fall Courses
Incubator Gallery Nasher 6 p.m

In Transit: The Arts of Migration  

Rescheduled to 9/20

    Astrolabes World Map Mediterranean (1375) Early Modern Engravings Contemporary Artists  
John Franklin Hope Center for Global and International Studies 12-1 p.m., Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall   
Canceled Eric Leule, “Invisible Jungle of Calais”     

5-6 p.m. "inTransit: Arts and Migration around Europe", Nasher Museum, Incubator Gallery Opening and Conversation with a drink

Followed by:

6:15-8 p.m "inTransit: Visualizing the Invisible Jungle of Calais" Photography of Eric Leleu Opening and Reception, John Hope Franklin Gallery 

Eric Leule,  “The Invisible Jungle of Calais”  [photography]       Photography, Refugees, West Africa, North Africa, Middle East, Europe
The Holsti room in Duke's Rubinstein Library Speaker 6:00 p.m.  
    Teresa Fiore,  Montclair University    Pre-Occupied Spaces: Remapping Italys Transnational Migrations and Colonial Legacies     
9/25  Stone Gallery  Rubenstein Library  4:00 p.m. In Transit: The Arts of Migration Catalan Atlas (1375)      World Map  Asia  (1375) Cosmography
9/27  5:30 p.m. Rubenstein Center for the Arts Raquel Salvatella de Prada, “Cornered” [multimedia] Live performance Kinobe     Multimedia, North and West Africa, Spain, Europe
10/10 10/24  The Link Walk Bostoc     Darrin Lupi   ‘Isle Landers’, covering a decade’s work on irregular immigration and asylum seekers in the Mediterranean.   Vincent Mestre and Pere Oromig  Expulsion of the Morisco Minority from Spain         Photography Refugee Migrant Rescue Mediterranean   -----------------------------   Witnessing the Expulsion  of the Moriscos in the Port of Denia and Valencia (1609-1611)

10/24  3:30 p.m. Rubenstein Library 349 The Breedlove

2018-2019 Dialogue Series

    Daniel Nemser, U Michigan, Global Circulation of People Colonial and Postcolonial   

11/8 Holsti-Anderson Room, Rubenstein Library 153 from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

  Migration  Panel Discussion   What is Duke at Home in the World?    
11/14  Carpenter Conference Room, Rubenstein Library 249 at 5:30 p.m.     Mary Gaylord Sosland Family Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University Miguel de Cervantes


11/29 Nasher Museum Auditorium at 7 p.m.     Hisham Matar,   The Return, was published in 2016,  2017 Pulitzer Prize