New Reads This Fall From Duke Faculty

Monday, October 31, 2016
Duke Today Staff

miriam cooke, a professor of Arab cultures, is one of several Duke faculty members releasing new books. cooke's publication — “Dancing in Damascus: Creativity, Resilience and the Syrian Revolution” (Routledge, Nov. 25, 2016) — traces the first four years of the Syrian revolution and the activists’ creative responses to physical and emotional violence.

You can read about all the latest Duke faculty books on DukeToday, and watch an interview with miriam cooke below: