Human Thriving in the Anthropocene?
A discussion with authors Jedediah Purdy and Roy Scranton
A Corroding Environment: From BPA-lined Cans To the Mining of Rare Earth Elements
With Jonathan Waldman and Erin Espelie
Ghost Pain: Caregiving, Documentary, and Radical Empathy
A Book Discussion with Leslie Jamison
The Beast: A Conversation with Óscar Martínez
Moderated by Frank Stasio.
Eula Biss’s On Immunity: Vaccination and the Public Good
With Saiba Varma and Barry Saunders, MD, PhD. Moderated by Duncan Murrell.
To Be a Friend is Fatal
Reading and Discussion with Kirk Johnson. Moderated by Robin Kirk.
Writing About War
With Phil Klay and Rob Densmore. Moderated by Duncan Murrell.
Fascinating new @DukeU/@UNC course this Fall on the Arabic writings of enslaved Africans, including Omar Ibn Said, who wrote his autobiography while enslaved in Bladen County, NC - Course includes archive visits, translation & digital publication - AMES 490S & 503S / RELI681 pic.twitter.com/Lv1iASwBTY— Scholars & Publics (@DukeFSP) May 15, 2019