Events

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Benjamin Naishtat. Argentina. 2018. 109 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.In the mid-seventies, a strange man arrives in a quiet provincial city. In a… read more about NCLAFF: Rojo | Red »

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Carolina Theater

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Marcela Arteaga. Mexico. 2020. 93 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.The Guardian of Memory tells the story of Mexican men, women, and children seeking safety… read more about NCLAFF: El Guardián de la memoria | The Guardian of Memory »

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Zoom

The John Hope Franklin Center and The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies invite you to the next Wednesdays at the Center "The Social Outburst in Latin America" with Dr. Ana María… read more about The Social Outburst in Latin America »

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Nasher Museum of Art

Join Duke Professor Richard J. Powell for a discussion with author Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore about her new book Romare Bearden in the Homeland of His Imagination An Artist's Reckoning with the South (… read more about Richard J. Powell with Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore on Romare Bearden »

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Chelsea Theater, Chapel Hill

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Ángeles Cruz. México. 2021. 91 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.Set against the backdrop of the annual Festival of San Mateo, writer/director Ángeles Cruz… read more about NCLAFF: Nudo Mixteco »

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LSRC A156

Free and open to the public.Katia Lara (Tegucigalpa, Honduras 1967) is a Director and Producer, and founder of Terco Producciones. Her work focuses on human rights (gender and political participation… read more about NCLAFF: Defending the Environment through Documentary Work »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Gabriel Martins. Brazil. 2022. In Portuguese with English subtitles.Set in the city of Contagem, near Belo Horizonte in Brazil's southeastern state of Minas Gerais… read more about NCLAFF: Marte Um | Mars One »

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Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Educ, UNC

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Katia Lara. Honduras. 2022. 70 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.In Honduras, one of the most violent countries in the world, the assassination of the social… read more about NCLAFF: Berta soy yo | I am Berta »

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Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Educ, UNC

Free and open to the public.PAPIDir. by Noelia Quintero Herencias. Dominican Republic. 2020. 88 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.Based on Dominican novelist and musician Rita Indiana's Novel… read more about NCLAFF: "Papi" and "Martirio" »

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Zoom

Virtual event via Zoom.The NCLAFF has selected three of Del Llano shorts from his Series titled: Who is Nicanor O'Donell?. All of the films are independent, digitally captured, produced and… read more about NCLAFF: Cuba at the Edge -- Short films by Eduardo del Llano »

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Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Educ, UNC

Free and open to the public.Dir. by Déo Cardoso. Brazil. 2020. 86 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles.Based on real events, this political drama fuses Brazilian history with international anti-… read more about NCLAFF: A Bruddah's Mind | Cabeça de Nêgo »

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Zoom

Virtual event via Zoom.Dir. by Ana Katz. Argentina. 2021. 73 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.Acclaimed Argentine auteur Ana Katz's funny, adventurous, and bittersweet new film follows… read more about NCLAFF: El perro que no calla | The Dog Who Wouldn't be Quiet »

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The Chelsea Theater

SECRETS FROM PUTUMAYO. Aurélio Micheles. Brazil. 2020. 83 min.*English, Portuguese, Spanish with English subtitlesThe story of the father of indigenous human and environmental rights inquiries, Roger… read more about "Secrets from Putumayo" Film Screening »

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Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105

Please join the Franklin Humanities Institute for its Friday morning series, tgiFHI!"The Love Languages of Black Fatherhood"Thirty years ago, Gary Chapman posited the idea of the "Five Love Languages… read more about tgiFHI: Mark Anthony Neal, "The Love Languages of Black Fatherhood" »

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McKimmon Conference and Training Center

Dr. Jelani Cobb, Dean of Columbia University and a staff writer at The New Yorker, writing on race, history, justice, politics, and democracy will kick off the October 22, 2022 Color of Education… read more about Color of Education »

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Washington Duke Inn

Duke University faculty and other scholars affiliated with the Cook Center recently completed a book examining the racial, gender, and class issues related to the global pandemic. The forthcoming… read more about The Pandemic Divide Conference »

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Richard White Lecture Hall, Room 105

Free and open to the public.A tribute to Prof. Diane Nelson. Introduction by Prof. Orin Starn.Dir. by Jayro Bustamante. Guatemala. 2019. 86 min. In Spanish with English subtitles.Indignant retired… read more about NCLAFF: La Llorona »

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Webcast

Current and past APT Committee members will discuss the different stages of the tenure and promotion review process, components of a dossier, and tips and strategies to successfully navigate the… read more about Advancement and Promotion (Tenure Track) »

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Sanford Fleishman Commons

Dr. Dudley Flood, educator and champion of school integration, will share his personal insights on the long road to school desegregation in North Carolina, today's challenges and opportunities, and… read more about School Desegregation: Past, Present and Future »

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Webcast

Experienced colleagues and peers to discuss the reappointment and promotion process for different types of non-tenure track faculty, and provide examples of resources and opportunities for growth and… read more about Advancement and Promotion (Non-Tenure Track) »

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Webcast

Discussing contentious and difficult topics in the classroom is an essential part of the learning experience. These topics provide opportunities for deepening understanding of complex issues and… read more about Navigating Difficult Topics in the Laboratory and Classroom »

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Webcast

Discussions around inclusion and equity in academia reflect the ongoing challenges we experience in broader society, and faculty often hold important roles at the forefront of the discourse. In… read more about Fostering an Equitable Climate and Culture in Your Unit »

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Webcast

Faculty work to gain local and national prominence to successfully advance in their careers, and many use a number of strategies to expand the reach of their scholarship and influence. Some are… read more about Amplifying Your Voice Inside and Outside the University »