The DKU Humanities Research Center (HRC) invites proposals from all DKU/Duke faculty and affiliates working on humanities-related projects. Projects should be based at DKU and/or connect Duke and DKU faculty. Proposals should be sent to James Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> by June 15, 2023, with decisions to be announced by July 1, 2023.
- Small Events
- Large Events
- Book Manuscript Workshops
Continue reading “Call for Proposals for Academic Year 2023-2024”
Launched on May 11th, DKU Multilingual Storybook is an intercultural project initiated by the Third Space Lab in which DKU students create, translate, and illustrate. The children’s stories are written in Professor Stephanie Anderson’s LIT109: Writing Stories for Children classes and translated in Professor Emmanuelle Chiocca’s French102: Beginning French 2 classes, with illustrations from a small number of DKU student illustrators and CISK students. This is a non-profit project and the content contained in it is licensed and not for commercial use.
You can find the DKUY Multilingual Storybook here.
Please join us on May 12th, 2023 at the Computational Humanities Symposium at Duke Kunshan University – a hybrid event that will bring together leading experts on the intersection of computational studies and the humanities! Continue reading “2023 Computational Humanities Symposium”