When Lauren Zalla, Trinity ’12, decided to take the class Creole for Haitian Recovery with Professor Jacques Pierre her junior year, she had no idea that it would spark her interest in, not only the language, but the culture and the state of global health in Haiti.
Exhibit on view at the Jameson Gallery through Friday, October 28.
Historical epidemiology research and a virtual interface have fused in the Haiti Lab’s 19th Century Caribbean Cholera Timemap. ** Now with link to the research team's newly published article in Emerging Infectious Disesases **
Ali Mian on the recent Beauvoir symposium at Duke. (Ali was one of four graduate student speakers at the event too!)
Call me a human Zotero...
Installation opening on 9/9 with artist Edouard Duval-Carrié
Duke receives major Mellon Foundation grant aimed at changing the role of the humanities in the undergraduate curriculum and strengthening interdisciplinary research
Trinity junior Rassti Said reflects on Salman Rushdie's memorable visit.
"...writers and artists continue to do what they have to do, pushing boundaries, knowing the risk involved because it is part of the job description."