Archive for October, 2008

“The Long Road to Integration: The 1969 Allen Building Takeover” Curated by CDS Certificate in Doc Studies Alum

  An exhibit on a watershed event in Duke University’s history was researched and curated by 2012 Duke graduate and Certificate in Documentary Studies recipient Caitlin M. Johnson, who began the work as her capstone certificate project at the Center for Documentary Studies. The Long Road to Integration: The 1969 Allen Building Takeover chronicled the buildup to and occupation of […]


2011-2012 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows

2011-2012 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows

Founded on the spirit, values, and actions of Lewis Hine, the Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows Program connects the talents of young documentarians with the resources and needs of organizations serving children and their communities around the world. This year’s fellowships have been awarded to Indaia Whitcombe and Christopher Fowler. Indaia Whitcombe, a graduate in sociocultural […]


October 19: CDS Director Wesley Hogan Speaks at Durham County Library

October 19: CDS Director Wesley Hogan Speaks at Durham County Library

This October, the Durham County Library hosts its biennial Durham Reads Together program, featuring March: Book One, Congressman John Lewis’ graphic memoir about his struggle for civil and human rights that also reflects on the broader civil rights movement. As part of the program, Center for Documentary Studies director Wesley Hogan will give a talk on Sunday, October 19, about the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee […]