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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

Graduate student in Music
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Professor of the Practice of Music
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Professor of Economics
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Graduate Student, Philosophy
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Professor, Dance and African and African American Studies
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Undergraduate student
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Professor of History
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Professor, Art, Art History & Visual Studies
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Professor of Germanic Languages & Literature
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Graduate student in English
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PI, Humanities Writ Large
Professor of Romance Studies and History
Co-Director, Haiti Lab
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Professor of the Practice of Music
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Professor of History
Director, John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative
-- Skidmore College
Associate Professor of Italian Studies
-- Duke University
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures
-- North Carolina Central University
Assistant Professor of History
-- Clayton State University
Associate Professor of the Practice of Italian in Romance Studies
-- Duke University
Lecturer, Department of Romance Studies
-- Duke University
Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies
-- Willamette University
Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology
Co-Director, Global Brazil Lab
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William and Sue Gross Professor of Classical Studies Art, Art History, and Visual Studies
-- Duke University
Professor of History
Co-Director, Global Brazil Lab
-- Duke University
E. Blake Byrne Associate Professor of Romance Studies
Co-Director, Global Brazil Lab
-- Duke University
Ph.D. Candidate in History
Canada-U.S. Fulbright Scholar
-- Duke University

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