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Doordarshan Interview of Hindi Writer Vinod Kumar Shukla and Translator, Satti Khanna of the Duke Hindi Program

Conceived by writer and literary activist Namita Gokhale, the programme will have a participatory and inclusive format and showcase the multilingual diversity of Indian Literature. Addressing literary issues of contemporary through dialogue and conversation, Kitabnama shall feature books, readings and encounters with writers from the spheres of Hindi, English…
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Japanese Film Series, November 14, 5:30-8:00PM

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Come join the Japanese Hall & Japanese Program for the second film of the Japanese Film Series this semester. There will be a free screening of director Yojiro Takita's Departures (Okuribito) at 5:30pm in Perkins Library 217.
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Korea Forum Screening and Discussion: KBS Documentary "Imagining Unified Korea 통일 한국을 그리다" (featuring Duke Engage South Korea) Thursday, November 13, 6:30-8:30PM

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Korea Forum Screening and Discussion: KBS Documentary "Imagining Unified Korea 통일 한국을 그리다" (featuring Duke Engage South Korea) The 3-part KBS documentary "Imagining Unified Korea (통일 한국을 그리다)" features unprecedented access to diasporic communities in North Korea, South Korea, China, Japan, and Russia, and examines the question of whether…
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DAAT Presents: Ching Chong Chinaman, November 7-9

Duke Asian American Theater (DAAT) is proud to present its first full production, Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee! Ching Chong Chinaman is a hilarious satire about the Wongs, an ultra-assimilated Chinese American family, and Jinqiang (or J), the Chinese "indentured servant" who comes to live with them. The…
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Traditional Chinese Concert & Workshop, November 8, 7-9pm

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The Traditional Chinese Concert and Workshop event will be taking place on Saturday, November 8 from 7-9pm in the Nelson Music Room. Come and enjoy traditional Chinese music performed by the RTP Chinese Music Ensemble and some of our very own Duke students. The event will feature the sounds…
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KUSA Presents: "Save My Seoul" by the Jubilee Project, November 8, 7-9PM

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KUSA Presents: Screening of the Jubilee Project's "Save My Seoul" Saturday, November 8th from 7-9PM @ White Lecture Hall FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/863826340315207/ The Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA) will be hosting an exclusive advance screening of the Jubilee Project's newest film, "Save My Seoul"! "Save My Seoul" is a…
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Duke Arabic-Hebrew Night, November 4, 5:30-7:30PM

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Join the Arabic and Hebrew programs in enjoying a night of cultural appreciation!
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A Conversation with Playwright Lauren Yee, November 3, 5:00PM

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Duke Asian American Theater (DAAT) hosts playwright Lauren Yee on campus on Monday, November 3 from 5-6 pm in Brody Theater (East Campus). Pizza will provided as Lauren discusses her life and work as an Asian American female playwright. See the attached flyer for more details. This event is…
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Waltz with Bashir, November 2, 6:30PM

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Join us for a film screening of critically acclaimed Waltz with Bashir on Sunday, November 2 starting at 6:30pm. The event will take place in the John Hope Franklin Center, room 240. Food and beverages will be served!
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Meeting Israeli Documentary Filmmaker Duki Dror, "Between Tel-Aviv and Baghdad and Beyond: On Identity and Displacement," October 30, 10-11:30AM

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Join AMES, DUMESC, the Duke Center for Jewish Studies, and the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies in welcoming Israeli Documentary Filmmaker Duki Dror to Duke University next Thursday, October 30 from 10-11:30am in John Hope Franklin Center 240. Duki Dror will give a talk titled "Between Tel-Aviv and Baghdad…
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The Memory Project at Duke

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The Memory Project at Duke: Film Screenings and Events Coming this October - Duke University Libraries Blogs This October, Duke will be hosting Chinese documentary filmmaker Wu Wenguang and three of his fellow documentarians for a two-week residency and the launch of a new digital oral history collection.
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Chinese Studies Information Night, October 28, 5:45-7pm

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Come to learn more about majoring or minoring in Chinese at Duke, studying abroad in Chinese, and other exciting opportunities available to you!
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Korean Program Night, October 24, 6:00-8:30PM

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Come join the Korean Program and Korean learners at Duke for a night of delicious Korean food and entertainment!
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Japanese Program Info Night, October 24, 5:30-7:00PM

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Come to learn more about majoring or minoring in Japanese at Duke, studying abroad in Japan, and other exciting opportunities in Japan available to you!
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Japanese Film Series, October 3, 5:30-8:00PM

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Come join the Japanese Hall & Japanese Program for the first film of the Japanese Film Series this semester. There will be a free screening of director Kore-eda Hirokazu's Like Father, Like Son at 5:30pm in Perkins Library 217.
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Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, September 27, 5:00-7:00PM

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Join the AMES Chinese Program in celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival. Come to learn more about Chinese culture and Duke Langdorm!
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Rewriting the Chinese City, April 28, 3:00-4:30PM

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Located in Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C105
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AMES 2014 Senior Thesis Colloquium, April 22, 5:30-7:30PM

Franklin Center 240 Come join us to celebrate the AMES seniors graduating with distinction: Jonathan Hafferkamp "Reframing Youth Apathy in Jordan: An Anarchist Approach to Politics in the Hashemite Kingdom" Shelby Hart-Armstrong "Visual Battleground: Contestation of Egyptian Public Spaces" Reception will follow.
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Reasonable Accommodations? Minorities in Globalized Nation States, April 17, 9:00AM-12:00PM

240 John Hope Franklin Center Speakers: Laurie Patton, Duke University Claudia Koonz, Duke University Abdullah Antepli, Duke University
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Reading the Diary of an Omi Merchant: Nakae Katsujiro and His Travel to America, April 17, 4:30-6:00PM

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Dr. Jun Uchida, Stanford University Located in Perkins 217
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Leaving Cairo with Morsi, April 16, 12:00-1:00PM

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Located in John Hope Franklin Center 240
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Cultural Politics in East Asia, April 11, 3:00-4:30PM

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Located in Friedl 225
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Arabic Night at Duke, April 21, 6:00-8:00PM

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Located in Richard White Hall
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Staged Reading of Original Translated Scenes, April 22, 7:30PM

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.
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Remapping a Discipline: Modern Chinese Literatures, April 3-6

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…
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Japanese Speech Contest, March 29, 1:00-4:00PM

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Located in Perkins 217
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Arabic 408 Video Animation Presentations, April 3, 3:00-4:15PM

Located in John Hope Franklin Center 240 Video topics include: health care, schooling and education, job searches and interview skills, and INJAZ
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The Arts of the Revolution: Microphone, April 2, 7:00PM

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Located in Richard White Lecture Hall Presented by Prof. Ellen McLarney (AMES)
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Opportunities in the Arab World: The Aftermath of the Arab Spring, April 4, 4:00PM

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Third Annual Arabic Majors Distinguished Lecture Featuring Moderator Dr. Bruce Lawrence, Salah Brahimi, Dr. Doaa Taha, and Sherif Elkhouly. Located in Westbrook 0014W
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Arabic Calligraphy Night, March 25, 6:15-7:30PM

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Hosted by Professors Muhammad Habib and Glaire Anderson Located in Gray 220
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Islam Awareness Month 2014

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