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Duke University recognizes the need for citizens and leaders to be able to obtain knowledge, to analyze it, and to think and act collaboratively in innovative ways to address growing interdisciplinary and global challenges. The humanities are vital to providing the training and skills necessary to understand cultural similarities and differences, to sift through the daily fire hose of incoming information, and to make the imaginative leaps in research, scholarship, business, and policy to address the very many complex issues arising around us in our global world. Humanities Writ Large is a 5-year initiative that bring people together on projects to facilitate this new and innovative research and knowledge production.

People

Anne M. Cogan Professor of Art and Art History
-- Duke University
undergraduate student, Economics
-- Duke University
Dean of the Humanities, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
Professor of Classical & Comparative Literatures, and Theater Studies
-- Duke University
Professor of New Testament
-- Duke University
Teaching Fellow, International Comparative Studies Program
-- Duke University
Visual Artist
-- Durham
Graduate Student Instructor
-- Duke University
Undergraduate student
-- Duke University
Associate Professor in Theology and Black Church Studies, Divinity School
-- Duke University
Lecturer
-- Duke University
Professor Emeritus
-- Duke University
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and English
-- Bowdoin College
Lecturing Fellow
-- Duke University
Undergraduate student
-- Duke University
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
-- Kalamazoo College
Lecturing Fellow
Associate Director of First-Year Writing, Thompson Writing Program
-- Duke University
Associate Professor
Chair of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
-- Duke University
Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Co-Director, Story Lab
-- Duke University
Associate Professor of English
-- Berea College
Assistant Professor of the Practice in Writing
Director of First-Year Writing, Thompson Writing Program
-- Duke University
ACLS New Faculty Fellow, Religion and Classical Studies
-- Duke University
Professor of Postcolonial and South Asian Studies
-- North Carolina Central University
Braxton Craven Professor of Arab Cultures
-- Duke University
SNCC Veteran
President, SNCC Legacy Project
-- SNCC Legacy Project

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