The Duke Office of Civic Engagement maintains this calendar as a compilation of various Duke events related to civic engagement. The listed events are sponsored by offices, departments, and clubs across the university and are not necessarily organized by DOCE. If you have an event you would like to add to our calendar, please email us.
Events for September 14, 2017
The Humanities Futures Capstone Conference is a culminating event of the 2014-2017 Mellon-sponsored Humanities Futures initiative at the Franklin Humanities Institute. The conference focuses on the interdisciplinary interface between the humanities, social justice, and health, whether in the health sciences, clinical environments, or the lived experience of states of health. How are the humanities transforming health, and […]Find out more »
What attracts Western activists to “save” Africa when we have our own crises at home? Attend a free screening of FRAMED, a documentary that takes a provocative look at image-making and activism, following an inspiring young Kenyan photojournalist turned activist who shatters the stereotype of the passive aid recipient. Hosted by the Duke Human Rights […]Find out more »
The Duke Center for Jewish Studies is proud to welcome Dr. Rick Hodes to campus for a discussions about Tzedakah (charity/ moral and societal obligations) in the real world. Rick Hodes is an American doctor who has lived and worked in Ethiopia for over 20 years. He is the Medical Director of Ethiopia for the […]Find out more »