Documenting Lives in Conflict Zones: A Conversation with James Longley
With James Longley. Moderated by Negar Mottahedeh.
Social Media, Activism, and Mascots
With Adrienne Keene.
Appropriate? Or Appropriation? Native American Fashion and Identity – Fashion Show and Panel
With Adrienne Keene, Jessica Metcalfe, Susan Scafidi, and Shayne Watson
The Banjo & the Ngoni, New Orleans and Mali
A Musical Dialogue between Don Vappie and Cheick Hamala Diabaté
Subnatural Histories from Buildings to Palates
A Conversation with David Gissen and Ashley Rose Young
Martha Jones, Treva Lindsey, Jessica Marie Johnson, Natalie Bullock Brown, Blair LM Kelley, Joan Morgan, Lisa B. Thompson, and Brittney Cooper
Imagining Irish Music: A Musical Conversation with Fiddler Liz Knowles
Liz Knowles, Kieran O’Hare, Pat Broaders, Moderated by David Garner
Historical Memory and Human Rights: A Discussion with Michèle Montas & Duke Librarians
Featuring Patrick Stawski, Human Rights Archivist and Craig Breaden, Audiovisual Archivist at the Duke University Library
Photos | A few of our #WeAreDPS #DPSArts students from DSA presented “Homeward Bound,” a visual art and poetry exhibit last night at Duke's Power Plant Gallery. Photos by Lou Brown @EthnoTopics. | #Durham | @PMubenga @PPGDuke @DukeFSP @DSA_DurhamNC | LINK: https://t.co/afvkwnNMrT pic.twitter.com/D29rCk9GEL— Durham Public Schools (@DurhamPublicSch) December 5, 2019