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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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Former Hart Fellow's Work Published in Environmental Research

Former Hart Fellow David Rosen recently had a study he assisted with during his Fellowship published in the journal Environmental Research.  In the 2017-2018 year, Rosen served as a Hart Fellow in Ketura, Israel with the Arava Institute, a leading environmental studies and research program in the Middle East. He sought to help evaluate the…

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Hart Fellow Sujal Manohar gives talk about her art

Incoming Hart Fellow Sujal Manohar Trinity '20 presented a virtual conversation about her artistic endeavors at Duke in April. From the event description: "Sujal Manohar, a senior, double-major in Neuroscience and Visual Arts. Sujal doesn't view her interests as mutually exclusive. She is especially interested in using the arts to better understand health conditions. This…

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Hart Fellow Tyler Kopp Wins “Best Honors Thesis” Award

In the fall of his sophomore year, Tyler Kopp traveled to Mexico City with the Duke Immerse program, where he interviewed returnees who had been deported from the U.S. Kopp, who majored in public policy studies and Spanish, knew that he wanted to write something bigger about deportation and family separation. “I wanted people to…

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