Congratulations to our 2014 AMES Majors and Minors

First* and Second Majors

Arabic:
Nicholas Miller Grace (1st)
Jonathan Davis Hafferkamp (1st)**
Shelby Breanna Hart-Armstrong**
Marianna Dolce Jordan
Desmond Jamal Lee
Catherine Holley McCaffrey
Daniel Eugene O'Keefe
Ellen Marie Paddock
Olivia Grace Wasteneys (I)
 
Chinese:
Madjiguene Shariza Baranyanka
David Richard Barry
Jiang Jin Anne Debevoise Calello (1st)
Yilin Cao
Emma Elizabeth Fridel
Fei Gao
Adrienne Houdmont
Si Heon Ji (1st)
Esther Hyeji Jun
Laura Jean McLaughlin
Ju Hyun Park
Ethan James Ruby
Ji Young Shim
Seung Hye Shin
Vivian Connie Tsang
Cesar Josue Utuy (1st)
Ian Chen Zhang
 
Japanese:
Juneyoung Choi
Pramodh Kesavan Ganapathy
Ji Yoon Lee
Remi Sun
Korean: Jordan Joseph Pearson (1st)  

(I)- Interregional Track, Turkish/Arabic
**Graduation with High Distinction

Minors

Arabic:
Stephen John Arena*
Christian Anthony Britto*
Christopher Delaney Brown
Andrew Leon Hanna*
Galad Jama*
Noreen Zubair Khan*
Flora Ann Muglia*
Zachary Plaster Pearlstein*
Amanda J Young*
Chinese:
Mehmet Yavuz Acikalin
Catey Lauren Appel*
Jong Hyun Bae
Kyle Trace Bennett
Elizabeth Hardesty Bray
Edwin Chen*
Suk Hyun Choi
Andrew Long Chu
Robert James Collopy
Jin Young Kim*
Samantha Kirsten Koh
Dong Won Kwak
Han Woong Lee
Lauren Ziwen Lee*
Alec John Peterson
Allison DeForest Rose
Chloe Marie Songer
Jeffrey Joseph Wang
Liu Wang
Amelia Paige Wise*
Brian Siulin Yip*
Hindi:
Kanchan Chauhan Kiron
Katerina Griffin-Jakymec*
Kumar Lebeck
Shweta Shukla
Japanese:
Beatrix Esther Hutton*  
Abraham Lee*  
Eugene O Senda
Palenberg SihangWu*
Sophia Sumire
Sarah Dolores Teitell*
Korean:
Natasha Soon Ahn 
Yvonne Yi Yan Chan*
Sooji Choi

*Literature Track

Chang Chen and Liao Yun-Chang 

WHERE HAVE ALL THE SUNFLOWERS GONE: Dispatches from the Taiwan #OccupyCongress     Student Movement


Wednesday,  April 9   12noon - 2:00 PM   Franklin Center 130

Yun-chang Liao is Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Lih Bao 立報, and Cheng Chang was one of the founding editors of Sifang Bao 四方報—both newspapers are based at Shih Hsin University in Taipei, and have been tentpoles of Taiwan's thriving independent and alternative media scene. 

Sifang Bao is the collective name for newspapers published in five separate linguistic editions—Indonesian, Tagalog, Thai, Cambodian, and Vietnamnese—to serve the present multicultural and multilingual landscape of Taiwan with its growing population of labor and marriage migrants from Southeast Asia. Sifang Bao was the first news media to give voice and provide a platform for migrants in their own languages, a radical concept even in 2006 when it was founded—and it has since garnered both widespread critical and popular acclaim in Taiwan and throughout Southeast Asia. More recently, Cheng Chang has been executive producer of 唱四方, Singing in Taiwan; and he as well as Liao are the founders of the newly established Taiwan Immigrant Writing Awards.


 

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

August 2014

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