Hart Fellows Current News

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Former Hart Fellow Sujal Manohar Publishes Op-Ed

2020-21 Hart Fellow Sujal Manohar has published an op-ed in the Austin American-Statesman regarding sidewalk access for the disabled in Austin, Texas. Manohar’s op-ed draws on her research during her Hart Fellowship in partnership with Imagine Art, a nonprofit art studio for people with disabilities in Austin. Manohar graduated from Duke in 2020 with majors…

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Former Hart Fellow Michaela Stith Releases Debut Book Welp

 When Michaela Stith (Trinity ’18, SOL ’15, Hart Fellow ’18-’19) first went to Tromsø, Norway for her Hart Fellowship experience, she wasn’t anticipating writing a book. However, she collected a body of writing from her Hart Fellowship’s “Letters Home” which later became the basis of her debut book, Welp: Climate Change and Arctic Identities. Her…

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Hart Fellows in the Field: Continued Community Engagement During COVID-19

The Hart Fellows Program provides recent Duke graduates with the opportunity to partner with community-based organizations for a 10-month immersive experience, where fellows conduct community based participatory research projects in collaboration with their host organizations, while simultaneously developing their own understanding of ethical leadership as they encounter social and political complexities that may arise through…

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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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