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Reacting to the Past
This past weekend (Jan 19-20), the FHI was a vortex of epoch-making political debates...
Colonialism "on the ground"
BorderWork(s) student Emma Ross uses digital mapping tools to understand the scale of colonial experience in Tahiti
Laurent Dubois on "Left of Black"
Dubois talks to Mark Anthony Neal about his book Haiti: The Aftershocks of History
Breaking Down Walls
Duke News feature on the BorderWork(s) Lab
Writing for the Past, Present, and Future: the Stories from Haiti blog
The ability of an online medium to capture and project the voices of citizens affected by natural disaster is seen in the Stories from Haiti/Istwa ki sot Ayiti blog.
Book awards for Duke historians Anna Krylova and Phil Stern
Both Profs. Krylova and Stern are previous recipients of the FHI's Mellon Book Manuscript Workshop awards - congratulations!
A Temporal Tracking: The 19th Century Caribbean Cholera Timemap [UPDATED]
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 **
The Du Bois symposium and, in related news, a web graphic novel on the Reconstruction
Du Bois Symposium website now up!
Clarissa Ai Ling Lee
Ali Altaf Mian
Beth Monique Perry
BorderWork(s) - updated
Cholera Time Map
Haiti: History Embedded in Amber
PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge
Ecology of Networks
FHI Working Groups
EPAsquared (Environment, People, Arts / Engagement, Performance, Action)
Triangle University Food Studies