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Students Explore Discourses and Practices of Militarization in the Global South

Students Explore Discourses and Practices of Militarization in the Global South

Are there trends in the types of sociopolitical violence that have characterized social movements after the Arab Spring? How has this violence been represented in the media and in popular culture? What are the legal and political consequences of such representations? These questions fascinated Duke University doctoral students Renée Michelle Ragin (Literature) and Giulia Riccò […]

Two Perspectives on How Bass Connections Benefits Graduate Students

Two Perspectives on How Bass Connections Benefits Graduate Students

In a new video from The Graduate School, two Ph.D. students discuss how participating in a Bass Connections project, The Cost of Opportunity? Higher Education in the Baixada Fluminense, has helped them with their own research. “I originally conceived of my own research as being a separate project from Bass Connections,” said Gray Kidd, a […]

Eight Doctoral Students Receive Internships through Versatile Humanists

Eight Doctoral Students Receive Internships through Versatile Humanists

Eight Duke Ph.D. students have been selected for internships in Summer or Fall 2017 through Versatile Humanists at Duke (VH@Duke), an initiative to prepare Duke doctoral students in the humanities and interpretive social sciences for transformative roles in higher education and beyond. The VH@Duke internship program provides Ph.D. students with exposure to work experiences, organizations […]