240 John Hope Franklin Center Speakers: Laurie Patton, Duke University Claudia Koonz, Duke University Abdullah Antepli, Duke University
Dr. Jun Uchida, Stanford University Located in Perkins 217
Located in John Hope Franklin Center 240
Located in Richard White Hall
Located in Sheafer Theater, Bryan Center Nine scenes (of about 7 minutes each) from plays translated into and performed in English for the first time, including plays from France, Haiti, Poland, China, and the US Followed by brief Q&A with the translators.
Please join us for a four-day international workshop on Remapping a Discipline: Modern Chinese Literatures, which will survey the field of modern Chinese literatures as it is currently configured, while examining new directions in which it is moving. The workshop will explore the diversity of ethnic, national, and linguistic…
Located in John Hope Franklin Center 240 Video topics include: health care, schooling and education, job searches and interview skills, and INJAZ
Located in Richard White Lecture Hall Presented by Prof. Ellen McLarney (AMES)
Third Annual Arabic Majors Distinguished Lecture Featuring Moderator Dr. Bruce Lawrence, Salah Brahimi, Dr. Doaa Taha, and Sherif Elkhouly. Located in Westbrook 0014W
Hosted by Professors Muhammad Habib and Glaire Anderson Located in Gray 220
Located in Westbrook 0014 Dr. Marc Brettler, Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies at Brandeis University.
Located in Franklin Center Room 240 What does "independence" mean, from what, for whom? In the so-called postcolonial and post-Cold War globalized East Asia, :independence," as a political and cultural discourse, seems irrelevant and anachronistic. However, with the Cold War structure of divisions and American military occupation still deeply…