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November 2019

Is Seminary a Spiritual Sanctuary or a Cemetery?

November 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Duke Clergy Health Initiative welcomes David Wang, Ph.D., an associate professor of psychology and pastoral counseling at Biola University, to Duke Divinity School. Prof. Wang will discuss challenges and recent developments in the assessment of the spiritual, character, and moral formation of seminary students during a public lecture at noon on Thursday, Nov. 14 in 0014 Westbrook. All are welcome, and free pizza will be served. A licensed psychologist, Prof. Wang is also the editor of the Journal of…

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The Strange Persistence of Guilt: Can We Overcome It?

November 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room (153), Rubenstein Library
Arete Event: The Strange Persistence of Guilt
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Going Over Home: A Search for Rural Justice in an Unsettled Land

November 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Regulator Bookshop, 720 Ninth Street
Durham, NC 27705 United States
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Poster for Book release of "Going Over Home" at Regulator Bookshop
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Providential Modernity Seminar with John Martin

November 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Classroom Building 229

The next Providential Modernity seminar will meet at 1:00PM on Thursday, November 21, in Classroom Building 229. Professor John Martin (History) will discuss his new work, "Visions of the End and the Making of Modernity." A vegetarian lunch will be served. Email Amber Díaz Pearson to receive a copy of the paper (available November 15). The Providential Modernity seminar brings together faculty and graduate students from several area universities on a monthly basis to discuss work in the areas of…

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December 2019

Ethics of Now: Jennifer Eberhardt

December 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St
Durham, NC 27701
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With cutting-edge and vital research, Jennifer Eberhardt teaches us how our brains work and how racism does its work. By illuminating how we unconsciously associate blackness and crime, and by working with law enforcement agencies to disrupt those associations, she shows us that the problems with the criminal justice system are ones we created and ones we can solve. The Ethics of Now is a series of conversations between Duke historian Adriane Lentz Smith and a range of artists, advocates,…

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February 2020

Ethics of Now: Kiese Laymon

February 28, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St
Durham, NC 27701
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Kiese Laymon does not dissemble. By turns raw, real, fantastical, and funny, his memoirs and fiction articulate the slow death of living amidst state violence and the poetic transcendence of managing to keep on keeping on nonetheless. Personal but public, his writing speaks to and for all of us. The Ethics of Now is a series of conversations between Duke historian Adriane Lentz Smith and a range of artists, advocates, and authors that explore the ethical challenges facing the Durham…

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