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  • Title: John Hope Franklin Center | A consortium of programs dedicated to the idea that knowledge should be shared.
    Descriptive info: .. About the Center.. Consortium.. Directory.. Center Series.. John Hope Franklin.. News Events.. Current Classes.. Art Exhibits.. Art Spaces.. Spaces.. Reservations.. Open Spaces.. Teaching Spaces.. Meeting Spaces.. Contact Us.. Technical Support.. Welcome to the John Hope Franklin Center.. We are a consortium of programs dedicated to studying and revitalizing theories of how knowledge is gained and exchanged.. A New Forum for Expert Voices on Islam and Muslims.. ISLAMiCommentary aims to inform public knowledge and discourse about the diversity of thought and cultures within Islam and Muslim communities, including those in the United States.. Current Exhibit.. ZALMAÏ: Walking in Quicksand.. Ten years after the fall of the Taliban and the intervention of the international community in Afghanistan, Afghans continue to be the most exiled people in the world.. In 2010, three out of ten refugees in the world were originating from Afghanistan.. Disillusioned and dispirited from a peace that never comes, Afghans are on exile’s road again.. Latest Video.. Consortium News.. Arabic Calligraphy Night: Nov.. 28.. Mon, Nov 12, 2012.. Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.. Faculty Highlight: Manuel Leal.. Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies.. The Science and Impact of Climate Change.. Mon, Oct 15, 2012.. Office of Undergraduate Scholars & Fellows.. ‘Walking in Quicksand’ extended, featured on  ...   s highest civilian honor.. Read More.. For more information about Dr.. Franklin, visit the.. John Hope Franklin Memorial website.. Wednesdays at the Center (WATC).. is a topical weekly series in which scholars, artists, journalists, and others speak informally about their work in conversation with the audience.. Left of Black.. is a weekly webcast hosted by Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal and features interviews with academics, authors, artists and others discussing cultural issues.. Globalization and the Artist (GATA).. - Over the course of the last decade DUCIS has taken numerous opportunities to explore the interplay of global trends and what artists create through its Globalization and the Artist (GATA) series.. The Duke-UNC Seminar on Jewish Studies.. has gained a reputation as one of the more acclaimed intellectual meeting grounds in the area, bringing together faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars who discuss various aspects of Jewish history and culture.. Upcoming Events.. 14.. Nov.. W@TC - The Keystone XL pipeline after the U.. S.. Presidential Elections.. 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm.. Location: John Hope Franklin Center Room 240.. Our Consortium Members.. Previous.. Next.. Home.. John Hope Franklin Center, Box 90402, 2204 Erwin Road Durham, NC 27708-0402, PH 919.. 668.. 1923, FX: 919.. 684.. 8749.. Back to Top.. Follow Us..

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  • Title: About the Center | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: About the Center.. The John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies is a unique consortium of programs committed to revitalizing notions of how knowledge is gained and exchanged.. Participants from a broad range of disciplines converge to explore intellectual issues, including some of the most pressing social and political themes of our time: race and race relations, the legacy of the African-American experience, equality and opportunity among diverse populations, the implications of accelerated globalization.. At its core, the Center claims an intrepid and daring mission: to bring together humanists and those involved in the social sciences in a setting that inspires vigorous scholarship and imaginative alliances.. In this way, historians, artists, literary scholars, and philosophers contribute to a rich understanding of moral and ethical issues.. Inspired by the example of John Hope Franklin Duke professor emeritus, historian, intellectual leader, and lifelong civil rights activist the Franklin Center embraces a creative cross-pollination of ideas, perspectives, and methodologies.. Using  ...   offering stimulating opportunities to the larger community.. An undergraduate might find herself engaged in an impromptu lunch conversation with a respected academician about immigration and ethnicity.. A graduate student may join a real-time virtual conference on medical ethics taking place simultaneously in three different time zones.. A faculty member might learn from one of Durham s leaders about the rich history of a city once renowned as the Black Wall Street.. On the bus line and within walking distance to other parts of Duke s campuses, the Center is easily accessible to residents from the Durham and Triangle area, who are invited to participate in and experience workshops, lectures, exhibits, and other public events.. A monthly brown bag lunch series invites community leaders to share insights and expertise on matters of local and universal consequence.. In sum, the Franklin Center seeks to meld past knowledge and present questions, international perspectives and local concerns, timeless scholarship and timely issues.. Latest News..

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  • Title: Consortium | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Consortium.. Our Consortium of Programs.. Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.. AMES is an innovative program dedicated to providing world-class education for twenty-first century global citizenship.. Rethinking conventional modes of inquiry, AMES crosses disciplinary and regional boundaries and links cultural and historical transformations across Asia in a global context.. http://asianmideast.. duke.. edu/.. Share.. Center for Canadian Studies.. Duke has a strong tradition in Canadian Studies dating back more than three decades.. Over the years, we have graduated more than 100 PhDs whose work has focused on Canada.. Today, these former students teach at leading universities across Canada and the United States.. http://www.. jhfc.. edu/canadianstudies/.. Center for European Studies.. The mission of the Duke Center for European Studies (CES) is to encourage interdisciplinary study, debate and discussion regarding Europe.. The CES cultivates and supports all manner of intellectual life focused on Europe at Duke, acts as a catalyst for scholarship on Europe, and provides a unifying community for scholars of Europe at Duke.. edu/ces/.. Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.. The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies creates a supportive, intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary environment for students, faculty and community members interested in the study of Latin America the Caribbean.. http://latinamericancaribbean.. Concilium on Southern Africa.. The  ...   of colleges and universities throughout the United States.. Since shortly after moving to the John Hope Franklin Center in 2001, the Duke University Center for International Studies has been host to a U.. State Department Diplomat in Residence.. http://ducis.. edu/about/diplomat-in-residence/.. Duke Islamic Studies Center.. The Duke Islamic Studies Center is a vibrant, diverse community of scholars and students engaged in interdisciplinary teaching, interactive learning, and cutting-edge research about Islam and Muslims.. http://islamicstudies.. edu.. Duke University Center for International Studies.. The Duke University Center for International Studies (DUCIS) promotes internationalization across our campus and beyond.. We accomplish this through curriculum innovation, instruction in new languages, expanding international holdings in the Duke Library, programs that explore global themes, bringing international visitors to Duke, travel support for graduate and undergraduate students’ research abroad, among other means.. Duke University Center for South Asian Studies.. The Duke Center for South Asian Studies is dedicated to the interdisciplinary and cross-schools study of and research in that part of the world labeled South Asia.. http://sites.. edu/dukeuniversitycenterforsouthasiastudies/.. Duke University Middle East Studies Center.. The Duke University Middle East Studies Center (DUMESC) is a hub for research, education, and outreach that serves as a forum at the local, national and international levels.. http://middleeaststudies.. previous.. 1.. 2..

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  • Title: Directory | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Directory.. Show All Categories.. Asian Middle Eastern Studies.. Association of International Education Administrators.. Center for Canadian Studies.. Center for European Studies.. Center for Latin American Caribbean Studies.. Franklin Humanities Institute.. International Area Studies.. International Comparative Studies.. JHFC Core Staff.. John Hope Franklin Center.. North Carolina Consortium for South Asian Studies.. Policy and Organizational Management.. Provost Office.. Uncategorized.. University Scholars Program.. Abdul Sattar Jawad.. Almamouri.. Professor of Comparative Literature and Middle Eastern Studies.. Mailing Address:.. 026 Franklin Center, P.. O.. Box 90404.. 2204 Erwin Road.. Durham.. ,.. NC.. NC 27708-0402.. work.. Phone.. :.. 919-684-1056.. Fax.. 919-684-8749.. fax.. Email.. asj7@duke.. INTERNET..  ...   P.. Box 90254.. home.. 919-681-3981.. 919-681-7966.. Paul.. Berliner.. Arts and Sciences Professor of Music.. Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, John Hope Franklin Center.. 118 Franklin Center.. 919-660-3322.. 919-681-4491.. 919 660-3301.. berliner@duke.. Jie.. Cai.. Chinese - Lecturer.. 233 Franklin Center.. 919-684-2902.. jicai@duke.. Yu-Wen.. Chao.. Chinese - Visiting Instructor.. B025 Franklin Center.. 919-613-6960.. yc128@duke.. Tengfei.. Chen.. Chinese - Fall Visiting Lecturer.. B027 Franklin Center.. 919-613-6131.. tc145@duke.. Leo.. Ching.. Chair; Japanese Associate Professor.. 223 Franklin Center.. 919-684-5240.. lching@duke.. Eileen.. Chow.. Japanese/Chinese Visiting Instructor.. 206 Franklin Center.. 919-660-4362.. eileen.. chow@duke.. Miriam.. Cooke.. Arabic - Professor.. 203 Franklin Center.. 919-684-2312.. mcw@duke.. of.. 8..

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  • Title: Center Series | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Center Series.. Wednesdays at the Center.. Wednesdays at the Center (WATC) is a topical weekly series in which scholars, artists, journalists, and others speak informally about their work in conversation with the audience.. The series is jointly organized and presented by the John Hope Franklin Center, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and coordinated by Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.. All events in the series are free and open to the public.. A light lunch is served – no reservations are necessary.. Download and print the Fall.. Read More.. Left of Black is a weekly webcast hosted by Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal and produced by the John Hope Franklin Center of International and Interdisciplinary Studies at Duke University.. Left of Black features interviews with academics, authors, artists and others discussing cultural issues.. The show is taped on Tuesday afternoons and broadcast  ...   over wide geographical expanses.. Perhaps the difference today is that it is now hard to determine the geographical origin of a work.. Styles and technologies, sites of production and sites of distribution are no longer bound by national traditions, although traditions may be among the influences.. Over the course of the last decade DUCIS has taken numerous opportunities to.. Jewish Studies Seminar.. Since its inception in 2001, the Duke-UNC Seminar on Jewish Studies has gained a reputation as one of the more acclaimed intellectual meeting grounds in the area, bringing together faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars who discuss various aspects of Jewish history and culture.. Monthly meetings discuss current work by either seminar members or internationally renowned guests, the papers distributed in advance for all to read.. Scholars from throughout North Carolina attend, and the seminar has become the major venue..

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  • Title: John Hope Franklin | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: John Hope Franklin.. John Hope Franklin was born in Rentiesville, Oklahoma, in 1915, only fifty years after slavery had been abolished.. His father practiced law and his mother taught elementary school, and from an early age the young Franklin learned the power of words and ideas.. Following his father’s lead, John Hope Franklin spent every evening reading or writing.. From his parents he also learned how to survive and thrive in a time when the color line was indelibly drawn.. In academia, John Hope Franklin found the perfect environment for his insatiable intellectual curiosity and his fervent commitment to justice.. Through his published work, he brought needed attention to some of our country’s bleakest chapters.. As a distinguished scholar, he has used his authority and expertise to foster political and social change.. And as a teacher,  ...   subjects regularly, and to seek collaborative opportunities throughout the international community.. This interdisciplinary and international approach contributed to John Hope Franklin’s prodigious output, but, more importantly, it helped redene how historians and scholars seek partnerships with peers in other institutions and countries.. With the launching of the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies, Duke University celebrates the spirit and scholarship of John Hope Franklin.. As he once told the American Council of Learned Societies, “When we also learn that this country and the western world have no monopoly on goodness and truth or of skills and scholarship, we begin to appreciate the ingredients that are indispensable to making a better world.. In a life of learning that is, perhaps, the greatest lesson of all.. ”.. Further Information.. Biographical Highlights.. Selected Bibliography.. Memorial Website..

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  • Title: Events | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Events.. Events.. W@TC The Keystone XL pipeline after the U.. 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.. Stephen Kelly, Visiting Professor of the Practice of Public Policy and Canadian Studies, and former Department of State diplomat, will expand on his New York Times op-ed pice “Oil Under Our Noses”, in which he makes a case on the relevance of Canadian Oil in the U.. market.. In particular the contested Keystone XL pipeline.. John Hope Franklin Center Room 240, Durham NC.. Loading Map.. John Hope Franklin Center Room 240.. 2204 Erwin Road - Durham.. Details.. 36.. 008191.. -78.. 93400500000001..

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  • Title: Current Classes | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Current Classes.. Room.. Day.. Time.. Class.. Professor.. 016.. Monday.. 12:00 1:15 pm.. CHINESE 333 04.. Chi-Ju Hsieh.. 3:05 5:05 pm.. ARABIC 305.. Maha Houssami.. 6:15 7:30 pm.. PERSIAN 203.. Fattaneh Naeymi-Rad.. Tuesday.. 3:05 4:35 pm.. ARABIC 407.. Wednesday.. Thursday.. Friday.. 028.. 4:55 7:25 pm.. HINDI 407S.. Satti Khanna.. 230.. 1:40 4:10 pm.. CULANTH 290S / DOCST 290S / ICS 290S.. Leanne Disla Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.. 10:05 11:20 am.. CANADIAN 350S / PUBPOL 216S.. Steve Kelly.. WOMSTUD 290S / LIT 390S / AMES 490S / CULANTH 290S.. Calvin Hui.. 4:40 7:10 pm.. MMS 490 SPECIAL TOPIC (Business Marketing Management).. Pikuei Tu..

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  • Title: Art Exhibits | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Art Exhibits.. 27.. AUG.. 2012.. 20.. APR.. Literacy Through Photography: Tanzania.. Literacy Through Photography (LTP) is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.. In summer 2008, LTP staff members traveled with eight Duke students in the DukeEngage program to Arusha, Tanzania.. 7.. FEB.. Sugar Cane (2003-2007).. This exhibit by South African artist Zwelethu Mthethwa is a modest but able reminder of the genius of Mthethwa s work, represented here by seven seminal photo works from his 2003-2007 Sugar Cane series.. These works recall a moment when the artist came to grips with a critical question in contemporary photography: how to provide greater dignity and realism to his subjects than that afforded by the black-and-white documentary reportage as was prevalent during South Africa s historical transformation from apartheid to.. Bruce Davenport Jr.. All I Need Is 1 Pen.. On view at the Franklin Center Gallery will be the exhibition All I Need Is 1 Pen, a show comprised of works on paper by Bruce Davenport Jr.. as well as a short video from the upcoming Richard Barber film The Whole Gritty City, which documents both the marching band culture of New Orleans and Davenport Jr.. s artistic work in response to that culture.. Davenport Jr.. s work  ...   personal written statement.. Next, imagery was conceived, produced, manipuated via computer, and finally printed in-house.. SeeSaw Design Studio is a non-profit free after-school enrichment program that provides teens with design-focused.. 17.. SEP.. 2009.. Jean Toche: Impressions from the Rogue Bush Imperial Presidency.. Professor Kristine Stiles, Department of Art, Art History Visual Studies, curated the exhibition from her extensive archive of art, artists letters, documents, posters, and ephemera.. A 48-page full color catalog designed by Molly Renda featuring an essay by Professor Stiles accompanies the exhibition.. In her essay, Stiles writes that, for over fifty years, Jean Toche has made art from the position of moral and ethical indignation, expressed openly and without reservation against political corruption, social hypocrisy, and human rights.. 16.. The Sea is History Moun Kantè, Yoleros, Balseros, Boteros.. In popular perception, the southern border of the United States runs eastward below San Diego ending around Brownsville, Texas.. If the border extends through the Gulf and off the Florida peninsula, it is only vaguely recognized.. The series The Sea is History Moun Kantè, Yoleros, Balseros, Boteros brings that boundary into sharper focus by interrogating the context in which Caribbean sea farers negotiate their subjectivity.. By setting out in fragile boats, intent on reaching the United States or its..

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  • Title: Art Spaces | John Hope Franklin Center
    Descriptive info: Art Spaces.. At the heart of the Center s engagement with issues of interdisciplinarity, technology, and international concerns are the arts.. The Center is fortunate to not only offer critical engagement with the arts (both history and practice) but also to play host to numerous gallery exhibitions each year..

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