DUKE'S FIRST UNDERGRADUATE THESIS WRITTEN IN CREOLE


DUKE'S FIRST UNDERGRADUATE THESIS WRITTEN IN CREOLE

Lydia Bradford's project attests to growth of Duke's Haiti scholarship

Lydia Bradford came to Duke from Oklahoma City four years ago expecting to immerse herself in global health issues. But when she discovered that Duke offered Creole language courses, her plans changed.

Conference Programme: Everyday Empires, Trans-Imperial Circulations in a Multi-Disciplinary Perspective, University of Birmingham (UK), 25-26 May 2017

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Conference
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May 25, 2017 to May 26, 2017

Mentoring Discussion Series

Mentoring Discussion Series, Question 3: 

What is the most important thing you learned that helped you finish your dissertation?

Once again, we want to thank everyone who has participated in our discussion series.  Participating is a great way to share your experience and wisdom with hundreds of other scholars.

Follow-up re: MoMA C-MAP Fellowship Job Guide Posting

Dear SHERA colleagues,

I wanted to follow-up on the recent H-NET Job Guide posting. After three wonderful years at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, I will be leaving at the end of my current fellowship term in September. MoMA is seeking its next Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP) Fellow for Central and Eastern Europe! The deadline for applications is May 22. 

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