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Former Hart Fellow Seyward Darby Publishes First Book

Sisters in Hate, a new book by Duke alumna and former Hart Fellow Seyward Darby (Trinity ’07, HFP ’07-‘08), examines the role of white women in right-wing extremism. Often ignored in history and in modern media, these women have been some of the driving engines behind virulent hate movements and have helped propel white supremacy…

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Former Hart Fellow Michaela Stith's work published in Environmental Research

Former Hart Fellow Michaela Stith recently had her article, "Defining Indigenous Peoples’ Traditional Knowledge in the context of the Arctic Council," published in International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic's (INTERACT) guide for facilitating local adaptation to environmental change. During 2018-2019, Stith was a Hart Fellow in Tromso, Norwayl with the Indigenous…

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Students Present Elections in a Pandemic Projects

In a few weeks, our democracy as we know it will be put to the test.  The upcoming election is one of the most important ones we may encounter in our lifetime. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to rethink the way our democracy is operated to ensure a safe, open, and fair election. This…

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