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10.26.2019 @ 8:00 am
Ta-Nehisi Coates looking into the camera
@ 11:45 am

Earlier this year, all Durham residents over age 13 had the opportunity to vote on how the city should spend more than two million dollars. In implementing a participatory budgeting process, Durham became one of the first cities in the South to test such an initiative and allocated one of the...

@ 5:00 pm

What can the Global Value Chains framework reveal about winners and losers in the global economy? What are the implications of this framework for both international policies and academic research? Join Duke professor Gary Gereffi, one of the architects of the GVC framework, along with Alex Pfaff...

Early Childhood Initiative featuring Maya Rossin-Slater
@ 3:00 pm

While workplace flexibility is perceived to be a key determinant of maternal labor supply, less is known about fathers' demand for flexibility or about intra-household spillover effects of flexibility initiatives. Maya Rossin-Slater will examine these issues in the context of a critical period...

Triangle Intellectual History Seminar
@ 5:00 pm

The Triangle Intellectual History Seminar invites you to:

The First Atlantic Realist Moment: U.S. and German Intellectual Discourse on "World Politics," 1880-1910

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Matthew Specter, Lecturer in Global Studies, U.C. Berkeley

Sunday, 22 September 2019

Sulzberger Distinguished Lecture featuring Rhonda Sharpe
@ 3:00 pm

It is estimated that nearly 3 million grandparents are the primary caregivers for their grandchildren; however, less is known about grandmothers as caregivers. Using the Decennial Census and American Community Survey data, this study provides an analysis of Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native...