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Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on Digital Humanities Pedagogy

Monday, March 25, 12:00 AM
Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105
Join the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) for the first Triangle Digital Humanities Institute (TDHI)! This one-day event aims to build community and skills around digital humanities pedagogy. It will include lightning presentations, roundtables, workshops, and discussion sessions by and for instructors, staff (including, but not limited to, librarians and technologists), and graduate students at universities in the Triangle area. Topics will range from assessing the value of dh pedagogy, presenting classroom case studies, scaling research to fit the classroom, and creating open environments for experimentation to developing collaborative teaching models, designing dh assignments, integrating dh into learning objectives, grading digital projects, and building capacity beyond the individual classroom. Katherine Faull, Diane Jakacki, and Anne Kelly Knowles will offer feature presentations on their collectively vast pedagogical experiences in digital humanities and related fields. Local presenters will share examples from their own teaching, will foster practical discussions, and will offer resource sharing opportunities. The full schedule for the TDHI is here: http://triangledh.org/tdhi/ RSVP here: http://bit.ly/tdhi-ped The TDHI is the first in a week-long series of events. The full "DHI Week" schedule is here: https://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/dhi-week-2019

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Triangle Digital Humanities Institute

Monday, March 25, 9:00 AM
Other (see event description)
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Join the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) for the first Triangle Digital Humanities Institute (TDHI)!

This one-day event aims to build community and skills around digital humanities pedagogy. It will include lightning presentations, roundtables, workshops, and discussion sessions by and for instructors, staff (including, but not limited to, librarians and technologists), and graduate students at universities in the Triangle area.

Topics will range from assessing the value of dh pedagogy, presenting classroom case studies, scaling research to fit the classroom, and creating open environments for experimentation to developing collaborative teaching models, designing dh assignments, integrating dh into learning objectives, grading digital projects, and building capacity beyond the individual classroom.

Katherine Faull, Diane Jakacki, and Anne Kelly Knowles will offer feature presentations on their collectively vast pedagogical experiences in digital humanities and related fields. Local presenters will share examples from their own teaching, will foster practical discussions, and will offer resource sharing opportunities. The Institute will be a great opportunity for all those involved in digital humanities instruction to network across departments and institutions.

This Institute is designed by and for employees and students at Triangle area educational institutions engaging with digital technologies in humanities classrooms as part of Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) Week 2019 at Duke University. The Institute is offered at no cost to attendees, and free visitor parking will be available.

Registration info: http://triangledh.org/tdhi/.

Location: Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, 1st Floor
114 S. Buchanan Blvd.
Durham, NC 27708

The Institute is sponsored by the Digital Humanities Initiative at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University and the Triangle Digital Humanities Network; co-sponsored by Computational Media Arts & Cultures, Digital Scholarship Services, Information Science + Studies, Learning Innovation, and the Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture at Duke University.

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From Gamification to Gameful Learning

Monday, March 25, 1:00 PM
Other (see event description)
West Campus

Location has changed to American Tobacco Campus, Strickland Building, Suite 340. Dr. Rachel Niemer is Director of Strategic Initiatives in the Office of Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan. She coordinates the Product Management, Public Engagement, and Behavioral Science teams in their work as thought-partners with faculty. Dr. Niemer helps establish the vision for designing new and engaging learning environments using best practices from industry paired with findings from the learning and motivational sciences. Prior to joining the Academic Innovation team, Rachel served as the Assistant Director at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at Michigan.

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DHI Week | Publishing In/With Hybrid Forms

Tuesday, March 26, 12:00 PM
Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105
Please join the Digital Humanities Initiative for the Tuesday events in DHI Week 2019! RSVP here: https://dhi-publishing.eventbrite.com A brief schedule is below. Full descriptions and schedules for our DHI Week events can be found here: https://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/dhi-week-2019 Panel 1: 12:00 | Multimedia and Web Content in Monographs and Journals: New Options for Humanities Authors - Speakers: Kat Charron (NCSU), Jessica Ryan (Duke University Press), David Bell (Duke), and Liz Milewicz (Duke Libraries). Moderated by Sylvia Miller (FHI). 1:30 | Lunch Panel: 2:00 | Futuristic Publishing Forms for Digital and Hybrid Scholarship - Speakers: Helen Burgess (NCSU), David Zielinski (Duke), Aaron Kutnick (Center for Documentary Studies), and John Herr (Duke Trinity Technology Services). Moderated by Amanda Starling Gould (FHI). 3:30 | VR/AR Demo with David J. Zielinski

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The Newest Negroes: Black Doctors and the Desegregation of Harlem Hospital, 1919-1935

Tuesday, March 26, 5:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room 153
This lecture will focus on the desegregation of Harlem Hospital, highlighting the conflicts and tensions that took shape as black doctors sought to merge their professional goals with the larger cause of racial improvement.

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DataFest Workshop Series - Presenting Data Science Results to Stakeholders

Tuesday, March 26, 6:30 PM
Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
West Campus

Communicating with stakeholders is a core process in any data science project. For most projects, stakeholder communication happens regularly to ensure that the analysis and outputs are structured to meet stakeholder needs. For some groups of stakeholders, however, the only ability to interact will be in a final presentation. This presentation will focus on strategies for developing a short presentation that summarizes a data science project, including: identifying a compelling story in the analysis; leading with the key takeaways; and presenting results simply, effectively, and visually.

NOTE: This is not a hands-on workshop. No computers are required.

The content of the workshop may be recorded. Cameras will capture the instructor station and the display screen. Ambient audio, including verbal audience participation, will be included on the recording. Registration for the workshop indicates consent. If you are uncomfortable with a recording being published please contact the instructor at anytime prior to the conclusion of the workshop.

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DHI Week | Engaged DH Pedagogies Outside the Classroom

Wednesday, March 27, 10:30 AM
Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105
Please join the Digital Humanities Initative for the Wednesday events in DHI Week 2019! RSVP: https://dhi-pedagogy.eventbrite.com 10:30 | Engaged DH Pedagogies Outside the Classroom: Bass Connections Projects Panel. How do humanities faculty do digital research projects? Digital humanities projects challenge us as scholars and teachers to integrate our disciplinary expertise with novel--and perhaps unfamiliar--technologies and skills. This panel features Duke humanities faculty who have conducted collaborative digital research through Bass Connections, and related, programs. We will focus on how these projects are conceived, developed , and completed through a discussion of past and ongoing projects across three disciplines. This panel will feature Robin Kirk (Cultural Anthropology, Activating History), Charlotte Sussman (English, Representing Migration through Digital Humanities) and Andrew Janiak (Philosophy, Project Vox), and Jessica Hines (English, Visualizing Suffering). Moderated by Astrid Giugni (English, Data+). Full descriptions and schedules for our DHI Week events can be found here: https://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/dhi-week-2019

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Ciompi Quartet Lunchtime Classics

Wednesday, March 27, 12:00 PM
Rubenstein Library 153 (Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room)
West Campus

Join us for a free noontime concert in the library featuring Duke University's own Ciompi Quartet.

Performing:

- Dvorák: Quartet No. 11 in C Major, Op. 61

Free and open to the public.

Presented in association with the Duke Department of Music.


For more information, contact:

Elizabeth Thompson, Department of Music

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DHI Week | Becoming a Versatile Humanist: Lessons from Duke PhD Alumni

Thursday, March 28, 12:00 PM
Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105
Please join the Digital Humanities Initative for the Thursday afternoon event in DHI Week 2019! RSVP: https://dhi-alumni.eventbrite.com 12:00 | Becoming a Versatile Humanist: Lessons from Duke PhD Alumni. Speakers: Elizabeth Baltes, Assistant Professor of Art History, Coastal Carolina University; Mitch Fraas, Curator, Special Collections, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania Libraries; Sandra van Ginhoven, Head, Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance, Getty Research Institute; Andrew Ruoss, Faculty, Hotchkiss School. Lunch provided. Full descriptions and schedules for our DHI Week events can be found here: https://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/dhi-week-2019

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Design + Code + Culture = Play "Bonne Chance"

Thursday, March 28, 4:00 PM
Other (see event description)
West Campus

Held in the Link Classroom 6, West Campus, Duke University. Learning languages through or with gaming is not a new in and and of itself. What makes the "Bonne Chance" project unique is that we are trying to teach French through designing a game instead of simply playing it. Through an interdisciplinary approach to modern software development, students from multiple academic bacgrounds with varying experience levels are able to work together in a cross-functional community. Language and culture immersion is being explored in a new technological and educational realm by applying game-based learning mechanics to an elementary French language curriculum.

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DHI Week | Danica Savonick: Feminist Genealogies of Digital Pedagogy

Thursday, March 28, 4:00 PM
Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105
Please join the Digital Humanities Initiative for the keynote presentation of DHI Week 2019! RSVP here: https://dhi-feminist.eventbrite.com A brief schedule is below. Full descriptions and schedules for our DHI Week events can be found here: https://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/dhi-week-2019 In this talk, Dr. Danica Savonick (SUNY Cortland) situates current conversations around digital pedagogy, public humanities, and student writing within a genealogy of feminist and anti-racist aesthetics and activism.

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The History of Visualization through the Rubenstein Library's Special Collections

Friday, March 29, 12:00 PM
LSRC D106
In 1821, William Playfair critiqued Adam Smith's conclusions in The Wealth of Nations. He argued that, despite Smith's genius, his conclusions would have been much different had he used data visualizations. In my class, "Theories and Practices of Data Visualization," my students and I study data visualizations through history in order to understand how the data visualization methods that we now employ daily have developed over time. Of primary concern is how visualization technologies and techniques made data increasingly accessible to larger audiences, and became instrumental in broadcasting information, and, even in some cases, saving lives. In visiting the collections of Duke's Rubenstein Library, students examine and interact with historical visualizations in their original context. In this talk I will discuss the highlights of this collection and the consequences of studying the history of data visualization on the development of present-day visualization practices.

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, March 29, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, March 29, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Data Management 201: Preparing Data for Publishing

Tuesday, April 2, 2:00 PM
Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
West Campus

Data management practices help researchers take care of their data throughout the entire research process from the planning phase to the end of a project when data might be shared or “published” within a repository. Building upon the foundational concepts covered in the data management 101 courses offered this year, this workshop will provide hands-on experience where participants will learn strategies for “curating” a dataset for formal sharing. Participants will identify common data issues, determine recommendations to optimize the dataset, generate metadata and documentation, and consider how these practices might be applied to their own research.

Participants are not required to have taken the Data Management 101 course (although it is recommended). Please bring a laptop to participate fully in the workshop. This workshop is eligible for 2 hours of Graduate School RCR credits.

The content of the workshop may be recorded. Cameras will capture the instructor station and the display screen. Ambient audio, including verbal audience participation, will be included on the recording. Registration for the workshop indicates consent. If you are uncomfortable with a recording being published please contact the instructor at anytime prior to the conclusion of the workshop.

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Intro to Tableau – Easy Charts and Maps

Tuesday, April 2, 6:00 PM
Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
West Campus

NOTE: Bring your laptop. The Edge Workshop Room does not provide computers.

Tableau Public (available for both Windows and Mac) is free software that allows individuals to quickly and easily explore their data with a wide variety of visual representations, as well as create interactive web-based visualization dashboards. This workshop will focus on using Tableau Public to create data visualizations, starting with an overview of how the program thinks about data, common data manipulation and loading, and the terminology used. Activities will include a sample data visualization and mapping project, which will give people hands-on experience using Tableau’s basic chart types and dashboard creation tools. We will also discuss publishing to the Tableau Public web server and related services and tools, like the full Tableau Desktop application (free for full-time students).

The content of the workshop may be recorded. Cameras will capture the instructor station and the display screen. Ambient audio, including verbal audience participation, will be included on the recording. Registration for the workshop indicates consent. If you are uncomfortable with a recording being published please contact the instructor at anytime prior to the conclusion of the workshop.

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Open Workflow Tools: Open Science Framework

Wednesday, April 3, 10:00 AM
Bostock 023 Training Room
West Campus

Open Science is a growing movement that advocates for research to be transparent and openly available to all others for the purposes of engagement, validation, and extension. This workshop will present a brief overview of how researchers can make their workflows more transparent and open through the use of various tools. One particular tool and its features will be examined in depth - the Open Science Framework. The OSF has a variety of features that can help enable more open workflows as well as reproducible research practices.

The content of the workshop may be recorded. Cameras will capture the instructor station and the display screen. Ambient audio, including verbal audience participation, will be included on the recording. Registration for the workshop indicates consent. If you are uncomfortable with a recording being published please contact the instructor at anytime prior to the conclusion of the workshop.

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Grade Exams Faster and Easier with Gradescope

Thursday, April 4, 12:00 PM
Bostock 039
West Campus

Learn how other instructors at Duke use Gradescope to dramatically reduce the pain and time associated with grading their exams and homework while providing better and faster feedback to their students.

You will learn how to:

  • Grade your existing exams and homework on Gradescope,
  • Grade groups of answers at once,
  • Make rubric changes as you grade - changes apply to previously graded work to maintain consistency,
  • Write each comment only once - apply previously used comments with a click,
  • Create better rubrics to increase student learning,
  • Use 'assignment analytics' to gain insight into student learning.

We're looking forward to seeing you!
Duke Learning Innovation and the Gradescope team

Note: lunch will be provided for those able to join us in Bostock 039, but this workshop can also be attended virtually through Zoom. When you register, let us know how you plan to attend.

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Visualization Friday Forum

Friday, April 5, 12:00 PM
LSRC D106
The Visualization Friday Forum seminar series is a forum for faculty, staff and students from across the university (and beyond Duke) to share their research involving the development and/or application of visualization methodologies. Our goal is to build an interdisciplinary community of visualization experts whose combined knowledge can facilitate research and promote innovation. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, April 5, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, April 5, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Foreseeable Flight: How have U.S. and Central America created regions of displacement?

Tuesday, April 9, 12:00 PM
Old Chemistry 011
Award-winning journalist Óscar Martínez will talk about his latest book, "El Niño de Hollywood: Cómo Estados Unidos y El Salvador Moldearon a Un Sicario en la Mara Salvatrucha 13" (The Hollywood Kid: The Violent Life and Violent Death of an MS-13 Hitman), gangs in Central America, and the role the United States plays in the crisis of violence in Central America that leads to migrants fleeing the region. Martínez writes for ElFaro.net, the first online newspaper in Latin America. He is also the author of "A History of Violence: Living and Dying in Central America" and "The Beast: Riding the Rails and Dodging Narcos on the Migrant Trail," for which he won the WOLA-Duke Human Rights Book Award in 2013, among many others. Martínez is currently writing chronicles and articles for El Faro's project, Sala Negra, investigating gang violence in Latin America.

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Duke Online Learning Collaborative

Tuesday, April 9, 3:00 PM
Bostock 024
West Campus

Learning Innovation invites you to join us for the Duke Online Learning Collaborative, a special interest group to share new ideas and innovations in the area of digital education and online teaching and learning.

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Why Did the United States Medical School Admissions Quota for Jews End?

Thursday, April 11, 5:30 PM
Rubenstein Library Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room 153
At the end of World War II anti-Semitic medical school admissions quotas were deeply entrenched in the United States. Twenty-five years later they were gone. Why did that happen and what are the implications for the current controversy regarding alleged quotas directed against Asian-Americans? Edward C. Halperin M.D., M.A., is Chancellor/Chief Executive Officer of the New York Medical College, Valhalla NY.

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Visualization Friday Forum

Friday, April 12, 12:00 PM
LSRC D106
The Visualization Friday Forum seminar series is a forum for faculty, staff and students from across the university (and beyond Duke) to share their research involving the development and/or application of visualization methodologies. Our goal is to build an interdisciplinary community of visualization experts whose combined knowledge can facilitate research and promote innovation. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, April 12, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Women Across the Disciplines: Keynote by Dr. Johnnetta Cole

Monday, April 15, 6:00 PM
None
Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, Chair & President of the National Council of Negro Women, will offer a keynote lecture on how collections like the Lisa Unger Baskin Collection ensure that activist history and strategies are communicated across the generations. This keynote is the opening program for a symposium on Women Across the Disciplines, which is held in association with the exhibit "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." 6pm: Exhibit Preview and Reception, Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room, Rubenstein Library 7pm: Keynote, Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole is a Principal Consultant with Cook Ross, Inc. Previously she served for eight years as the Director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Recently, she was named the seventh President and Board Chair of The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW). Dr. Cole holds a Ph.D. in anthropology with a specialization in African Studies from Northwestern University. After holding teaching and administrative positions in anthropology, women's studies and African American studies at several colleges and universities, she served as the president of both of the historically Black colleges for women in the United States-Spelman College and Bennett College.

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Women Across the Disciplines Symposium

Tuesday, April 16, 8:30 AM
Rubenstein Library 153 (Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room)
West Campus

Two panels of distinguished scholars will explore the significance and transformational potential of the Lisa Unger Baskin Collection. This program is in conjunction with the exhibit "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection."

8:30 a.m. Registration and light breakfast

9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Panel presentations

Welcoming Remarks
Deborah Jakubs, Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University

Panel One: Teaching with archives and special collections; scholarship informed by teaching; inspiring students

  • Tom Robisheaux, Professor of History, Duke University
  • Courtney Baker, Associate Professor of American Studies, Occidental College
  • Britt Rusert, Associate Professor, W. E. B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Moderator: Mandy Cooper, History Department, Duke University

Panel Two: Uncovering/discovering contributions of women, transmission of knowledge to support social justice

  • Genna Miller, Professor of Economics, Duke University
  • Fiona Brideoake, Literature, American University
  • Moderator: Meggan Farish Cashwell, Departments of History and African and African-American Studies, Duke University
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Sharing Data: Frontline Experiences from Duke Researchers

Thursday, April 18, 12:00 PM
Bostock Library - The Edge Workshop Room
First Floor
Stakeholders across academia are increasingly discussing the value of making research data publicly available. In response to this dialogue, Duke faculty members and research support units have spearheaded initiatives to enhance accessibility to data. This event will include a panel of Duke researchers as they discuss how they are engaged with sharing and archiving research data. Whether you have been asked to share your own research data by a funder or journal publisher, you would like to keep an official record of the data generated by your project or lab, you support the research enterprise, or you are just interested in the topic of data sharing - join us as we explore the mechanics, platforms, benefits, and challenges of sharing and archiving research data. Panelists include - Patrick Charbonneau, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Doug Boyer, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, and Ana Barros, Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. School Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, April 19, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, April 19, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, April 26, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, April 26, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, May 3, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, May 3, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, May 10, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, May 17, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, May 24, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, May 24, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, May 31, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, May 31, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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Exhibit Tours: Five Hundred Years of Women's Work

Friday, June 7, 2:00 PM
Rubenstein Library Mary Duke Biddle Room
Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection." Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. (Exceptions: tours not offered April 12 and May 10.) Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite in the Rubenstein Library and will last about 30 minutes. Please let us know if you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility.

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Exhibit Tour of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection"

Friday, June 7, 2:00 PM
Mary Duke Biddle Room (Rubenstein Library)
West Campus

Please join us for a highlights tour of the exhibition “Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection.” Guided tours led by Rubenstein Library staff are offered every Friday, March 8-June 14, 2019, at 2:00pm and 3:00pm. Registration is recommended but not required. Tours will meet inside the Mary Duke Biddle Exhibit Suite and will last about 30 minutes. If you have questions or need to request parking accommodations for accessibility, please contact Kelly Wooten (919-660-5967; kelly.wooten@duke.edu).

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