Wednesdays at the Center

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Wednesdays at the Center (W@TC) is a topical weekly series in which scholars, artists, journalists, and others speak informally about their work in conversation with the audience. The series is jointly organized and presented by the John Hope Franklin Center, OASIS, and Duke Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and coordinated by Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.

All events in the series are free and open to the public. A light lunch is served – no reservations are necessary.

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W@TC SPRING 2014

Coming up! 

APRIL. 9 | “Education Initiatives and International Development: Shaping Opportunities for Youth”

Part of the Duke-RTI Professors and Practitioners in Conversation series. RTI education experts will share data, methods, and approaches from early reading and mathematics initiatives in the developing world that help shape a global agenda focused on learning outcomes.
Featuring: Joe DeStafano,  Tim Slade, and  Medina Korda of RTI international, and Amanda Kelso of Duke University

Sponsor:  Duke Islamic Studies Center, Duke University Middle East Studies Center, DUCIS

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APRIL. 16 | “Leaving Cairo with Morsi”

Mbaye B.Lo, Assistant Professor of the Practice and Core Faculty of Duke Islamic Studies Center

Sponsor: Duke Islamic Studies Center

Cairo graffiti's and Morsi

Cairo graffiti’s and Morsi

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W@TC is broadcast live on ustream.tv/dukeuniversity.
Archives of the series are available for free on the Franklin Center’s iTunes U store.
Subscribe to the series by searching: “Wednesdays at the Center” on the iTunes Store.

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Past Wednesdays at the Center 

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