Posts Tagged ‘Humanities Writ Large’

Sisters in Cinema: Yvonne Welbon on Her Archive of African American Women’s Media Production

Sisters in Cinema: Yvonne Welbon on Her Archive of African American Women's Media Production

At an event on April 15, Humanities Writ Large Visiting Faculty Fellow Yvonne Welbon will speak about the origins and present some of the contents of her Sisters in Cinema archive, likely one of the largest single collections of African American women’s media production in the United States. Tuesday, April 15, 12 p.m. Center for Documentary Studies auditorium 1317 […]


“Two-Way Bridges” Exhibit Celebrates Links Between Duke and Latino Communites

"Two-Way Bridges" Exhibit Celebrates Links Between Duke and Latino Communites

“Connecting Duke, Durham, and the Americas.” That’s the motto of Two-Way Bridges | Puentes de Doble Vía, a project that aims to expand on and create new links between the Duke University and Durham Latino communities, changing and enriching both in the process. The idea is that collaborative art and bidirectional learning can help shed light on the […]


Students in “The U.S./Mexico Border” Class Participate in Collaborative Mural Project

Students in "The U.S./Mexico Border" Class Participate in Collaborative Mural Project

Latino/a youth are partnering with Duke University undergraduates and instructors from several classes, including the “The U.S./Mexico Border” class at the Center for Documentary Studies, on a collaborative mural project (scroll down for slideshow) as part of Two-Way Bridges, an initiative that aims to expand the connections between Duke and the Durham Latino/a communities. The […]