Mellon Grant Paredes

Professors Liliana Paredes, Edna Andrews and Lee Baker featured in Duke Today for their work on raising awareness of language discriminiation in fragile communities. Their seminar series received funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as a Sawyer Seminar. read more about Professor Liliana Paredes and Sawyer Seminar Series on Language Discrimination »

Emily Nagler

Emily Nagler, class of 2019 and student of Global Health, Public Policy, and Spanish was awarded the highly selective Princeton in Latin America Fellowship to work a full year at the Women Justice Initiative in Guatemala. Emily will be in charge of developing effective narratives to... read more about Duke Student, Emily Nagler Awarded Princeton Fellowship »

Trinity Sophomore Tess Boade spent six weeks during the summer with Duke in Bologna. More information on her expereince of learning through immersion and activities is at #DukeIsEverywhere (Snapshots of Duke University's 2019 International Summer Travels). read more about A Summer with Duke in Bologna! »

Walter Mignolo

Professor Walter Mignolo was featured in Duke Today  after a trip to New Zealand where he collaborated with Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Professor of indigenous education at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand on topics related to decolonial aesthetics.  read more about Walter Mignolo and Decolonial Aesthetics »

Laurent Dubois

Professor Laurent Bubois, New Directions Fellow and founder and director of The Forum for Publics and Scholars, interviewed by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for his work on the role of the banjo in history and the perception of higher education. read more about Professor Laurent Dubois, New Directions Fellow and The Origins of Sound »

Ana Ugarte

Congratulations to Romance Studies graduate alumna, Ana Ugarte who was awarded the NEH Humanities Connections Grant for the project A Health Humanities Concentration and Community Based Leaning.  This grant will fund the creation of a Health Humanities program at The... read more about Ana Ugarte awarded NEH Humanities Connections Grant »

Nicolas Sanchez

Congratulations to Romance Studies PhD student, Nicolás Sánchez, who was awarded the 2019 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship for The Minted-City: Money, Value, and Crises of Representation in Nineteenth-Century Colombia, 1825-1903.  The fellowship provides a... read more about Nicolás Sánchez named 2019 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellow »

Versatile Humanists

Congratulations to Ciro Incoronato and Alyssa Granacki, two of our PhD students, on being named Versatile Humanists at Duke Interns for 2019!   Versatile Humanists at Duke provides resources to enrich PhD training in the humanities at Duke. read more about Romance Studies PhD students, Alyssa Granacki and Ciro Incoronato named Versatile Humanists at Duke! »

Samuel Hunnicutt

Congratulations to Samuel Hunnicutt on his 2019-2020 Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship award from the Duke Center for Latin American and Carribbean Studies for K'iche' Maya language studies! read more about Romance Studies PhD Student, Samuel Hunnicutt awarded FLAS Fellowship for 2019-2020 »

Trinity Teaching Awards

Congratulations to two of our wonderful faculty members, Deb Reisinger and Antonio Viego on their 2019 Trinity Awards!  Deb Reisinger was awarded the Richard K. Lublin 2019 Trinity Teaching Award and Antonio Viego was awarded the Dean's Award in Leadership.  In the... read more about Congratulations to Deb Reisinger and Antonio Viego on their 2019 Trinity Awards! »