Events

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125 Hudson Hall

Abstract:Designing optical metamaterials from colloidal nanocrystal assembliesColloidal noble metal nanocrystals (NCs) have metal cores and organic or inorganic ligand shells and are known for their… read more about DMI/MEMS Seminar »

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Friedl 225

Cultural Anthropology presents Takami Delisle Messy Conversations for Restorative Justice: Towards Anticolonial, Anti-White Supremacist Anthropology Graduate Training Monday, October 3, 2022 1:30 - 3… read more about Messy Conversations for Restorative Justice: Towards Anticolonial, Anti-White Supremacist Anthropology Graduate Training »

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East Duke 209

Dr. Thrasher holds the Daniel H. Renberg Chair at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and Media, and is a renowned journalist focused on the intersection of racism, LGBTQ issues, and health.… read more about The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll When Inequality and Disease Collide »

Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

Abstract: The defining tunes of the Chinese diaspora in the nineteenth century and the early twentieth were those of the Cantonese opera. This history has been invisible due to the scarcity of… read more about Nancy Yunhwa Rao (Rutgers): "Defining Tunes of the Chinese Diaspora" »

Online

This panel discussion is online: check https://music.duke.edu for the link as the date approaches. Ethnomusicology panel featuring Vandria Borari & Neila Borari (As Karuana / MUTAK). Moderated by… read more about Art, Music and Defense of the Territory in the Amazon: The Protagonism of Indigenous Women »

Biddle Music Building, 104

Roshanak Kheshti is an anthropologist, feminist, queer and race theorist, born in Tehran, Iran, and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work sits at the intersection of sound, the senses, film and… read more about Ethnomusicology Lecture: Roshanak Kheshti (UC-Berkeley) »