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Sulzberger Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Rhett Mabry
@ 3:00 pm

When industrialist James B. Duke created The Duke Endowment in 1924, he said he hoped the charitable foundation's work would "make provision in some measure for the needs of mankind along physical, mental and spiritual lines." Today, the Endowment still works to uphold the legacy of Mr. Duke, a...

@ 12:00 pm

New date and time will be posted on when available.

Join us for a conversation with Clay Risen, editor of the New York Times series Vietnam '67, and Christian Lentz, a specialist on the history of Vietnam, about the ways in which we...

The AGS History and International Security Series
@ 6:00 pm

Join AGS for a book discussion with William Taubman, Pulitzer Prize winner, political scientist and best selling author of Gorbachev: His Life & Times. This event is our next installment of the AGS History and International Security Series, moderated by Professor Simon Miles. We will meet on...

@ 12:00 pm

At its origins in the 1970's, mainstream genre romance emphasized the love stories of heterosexual, cisgendered couples. LGBTQ romance was often categorized as "erotic" romance, even when the level of sensuality was similar to mainstream non-erotic romance. But recently, authors of genre romance...

@ 2:30 pm

Forum presenting the science and policy behind gerrymandering. Panel presenters include Jonathan Mattingly, PhD (Mathematics), Frederick Mayer, PhD (Public Policy), and Guy-Uriel Charles, JD (Law).

Event begins at 2:30PM in Trent Semans Great Hall with a reception to follow at 4PM in the...