Posts Tagged ‘Mary Williams’

Fall 2016: Work by CDS Undergraduate Faculty

Fall 2016: Work by CDS Undergraduate Faculty

Notable recent news and events featuring Center for Documentary Studies undergraduate faculty include the following; see the CDS undergraduate education Tumblr for more information and updates: + Kelly Alexander received a Duke University Council for European Studies Fellowship for 2016–2017 for her project “Of Truffles and Trash: The New Social Economy of Food Waste in Brussels, Belgium” + John Biewen released a “Story […]


Popular Documentary Studies Class, The South in Black and White, Hosts Speaker Series Starting on Tuesday, February 28

Popular Documentary Studies Class, The South in Black and White, Hosts Speaker Series Starting on Tuesday, February 28

An impressive series of guest lecturers will speak at the historic American Tobacco Campus as part of The South in Black and White, a documentary studies class at Duke University taught by acclaimed author and CDS senior research scholar Tim Tyson and co-instructor Mary Williams. The course focuses on the call and response between black and white cultures in the American South, using […]