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Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 05:00 pm PDT

Price: Free

Location:  Virtual via Zoom
Seattle, Washington United States


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Join Duke Puget Sound and The Samuel Dubois Cooke Center on Social Equity for a discussion on race and contemporary film. Professor Adam Hollowell A.B.'04 and Cameron Wu T'21 will discuss faculty and undergraduate research collaborations and their new project, Hieroglyphics of the Flesh: White Dogs and Race in Widows, Isle of Dogs, and Parasite.

Group participation is encouraged, including discussion of film clips, rather than a lecture format. Additionally, the speakers will answer questions about how Duke encourages undergraduate research with funding and other opportunities.

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