PUBPOL564 – DEMOCRACY LAB

We live in a remarkable moment in the life of our nation and our planet, one defined by existential threats and extraordinary opportunities. The institutions of democracy seem to be

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PUBPOL290S-03 – WRITING ACROSS BORDERS

This creative nonfiction course focuses on a fundamental challenge:  how can a member of one culture effectively and ethically write about another culture?  How can Duke students, in particular, become

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PUBPOL290-05 – LEADERSHIP AND THE ARTS

This community-engaged course explores two parallel questions of equal weight: what kinds of leadership do the arts require now, and what can we learn from the arts, broadly defined, about leadership

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PUBPOL283 – ETHICS IN AN UNJUST WORLD

The course considers the question, “How can we fix poverty?” It begins by exploring the nature of poverty through a variety of descriptive metaphors (for example, poverty as a “trap”

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