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AGS History & International Security Series
10.07.2020
@ 5:30 pm

In AGS' second History and International Security Series event, Professor Miles will speak with Mary Elise Sarotte about the German reunification.

Professor Mary Elise Sarotte is the Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Distinguished Professorship of Historical Studies at the Johns Hopkins...

Color of Education
10.09.2020
@ 4:00 pm

This kickoff to the Color of Education series, featuring William "Sandy" Darity, Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy at Duke University, and Keisha Bentley-Edwards, director of the Health Equity Working Group for the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, will highlight how the...

Conversation with the Ambassador Series
10.13.2020
@ 4:00 pm

Join Ambassador Patrick Duddy (Director, Duke University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Fellow, Rethinking Diplomacy Program) in a Zoom conversation with The Honorable Christopher Landau, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico.

Ambassador Landau was born in Madrid, Spain, and speaks...

Color of Education
10.13.2020
@ 4:00 pm

"COVID-19 laid bare the systemic issues that were at the core of inequities in education, and this series takes a necessary and critical examination of the health, wealth and social contexts that have resulted in disparate education outcomes," said Keisha Bentley-Edwards, associate director of...

Sanford Stand For Series
10.13.2020
@ 5:30 pm

Join the Sanford School of Public Policy and Polis: Duke's Center for Politics for a virtual conversation with Asha Curran, CEO of GivingTuesday, who will share insights as a pioneer in the global generosity movement.

Together, we will explore: What is the significance of charitable...

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