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The mid-nineteenth century British empire was characterized by a turn towards an articulated humanitarian and civilizing mission, aimed at uplifting and improving the condition of colonized… read more about Protection and Amelioration in the British Empire: A Conversation on the Comparative Histories of Enslaved and Colonized People in the Caribbean & Australia »

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Transpacific Literary and Cultural Connections: Latin American Influence in Asia. Live conversation with authors. Jie Lu, Martín Camps, and Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.Moderated by professor Zairong Xiang… read more about WORLD BOOK AND EARTH DAY SPECIAL. OUR COMMON GROUND. Transpacific Literary and Cultural Connections: Latin American Influence in Asia. »

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"Since George Floyd's death, statues of Confederates and colonizers have been toppled all over the world. What cancel culture, considered as "alt-left fascism" by Donald Trump, does teach us about a… read more about What Will Yesterday Be Made Of? Reflections on Cancel Culture »

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We welcome Duke Trustee and co-founder of Partners In Health, Dr. Paul Farmer '82, P'19, who has been recognized internationally for his impactful work at the intersection of public health and human… read more about Injustice has a Cure: Paul Farmer & Duke Global Health Projects in Latin America & the Caribbean »