Event Category: 2019-2020
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Good as Gold: Fashioning Senegalese Women is the first major exhibition of Senegalese gold jewelry to date that focuses on the history of Senegal’s gold, from past to present, and the beauty and complexity of the way Senegalese women use ornament and fashion to present themselves. A key theme of the exhibition is the Senegalese concept of sañse (a Wolof word for dressing up or looking and feeling good). Good as Gold explores how a woman in a city…Find out more »
Registration required: go.unc.edu/MEStrivia Join us for another fun game of online trivia on the Middle East! This entertaining and informative evening will feature questions related to Middle Eastern cultures. Test your knowledge with questions on music, film, literature, art, and more. Register in advance at go.unc.edu/MEStrivia. Sponsored by the UNC Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies; Duke University Middle East Studies Center; Duke Islamic Studies Center; Middle East, North Africa, South Asia Initiative at Portland State University; and the Portland State…Find out more »
The Duke Muslim Alumni Association and the Center for Muslim Life cordially invite Duke Muslim alumni, students, staff, faculty, and community members to join us for an interactive exploration of the history of Muslim life at Duke, and the unveiling of the Muslim Life timeline current undergraduate students have been hard at work on. The original guest speaker for Reunions Weekend, Dr. Fuad Sha'ban '65, who founded the first known Duke MSA in 1960 (pictured), will be joining us…Find out more »
Educators are invited to apply to the Teacher Leader Institute to further their own knowledge and understanding of global issues and to develop global competencies that support global education initiatives in their classroom. Application period will open in January. Continuing Education Units offered. #WorldView2020 Click here to for more details. Sponsored by UNC World View. Chapel Hill, NCFind out more »