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History in International Security Series
09.27.2018
@ 5:00 pm

In the first installment of the History in International Security series of the year, Professor Simon Miles will interview Dr. Sarah Snyder.

Sarah B. Snyder is a historian of U.S. foreign relations who specializes in the history of the Cold War, human rights activism, and U.S. human...

Stories from Africa Seminar Series
09.28.2018
@ 12:00 pm

DCID Director Indermit Gill and Arti Grover Goswami of the World Bank, along with Duke researchers Siddharth Dixit and Chinmoy Kumar, will discuss Africa-India trade relations around pharmaceuticals and health services and the impact on international development.

BME/AIMBE Seminar
09.28.2018
@ 12:00 pm

Introduction: In the halls of Congress there is widespread agreement about the role of R&D in the success of the America's most innovative corporations. However, too often lawmakers view government models of discovery, from NASA to public university research labs, as obsolete and costly...

10.01.2018
@ 5:30 pm

Duke alum Mark Mazzetti, the Washington investigations editor for the Times, will discuss the remarkable new documentary The Fourth Estate, which takes viewers into the newsroom of the newspaper as Mark and other reporters cover the first year of the Trump presidency.

Enzo's PIzza will be...

10.01.2018
@ 5:30 pm

Mohsin Hamid is a novelist whose first novel, "Moth Smoke" (2000), tells the story of an ex-banker and heroin addict in contemporary Lahore. It was published in 14 languages and was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award.

His second novel, "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" (2007), recounts...

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