Sucheta Mazumdar works on China America trade, connecting the Pacific with the Atlantic. Read more
Malachi Hacohen studies Jewish-Christian relations, a history of hostility with rare moments of imagined fraternity and peace. Read more
BorderWork(s), an interdisciplinary humanities lab at the FHC, examines the human consequences of how we imagine geographic space. Read more
Philip Stern explores how states, sovereignty, and empires are made.
Duke University's History Department ranks among the top fifteen programs in the country. Our 40-plus full time faculty members cover a diverse array of topics, but share a common approach to the past: We join deep knowledge of particular areas with broad engagement across fields and disciplines to produce award-winning scholarship.
William M. Reddy’s talk, “Do Emotions Have a History? The Example of Romantic Love,” given in Melbourne on 14 March, airs nationally in Australia, on the “Big Ideas” program of Radio National (of the Australian Broadcasting Company), at 8 pm Wednesday, 22 May, 2013. “Big Ideas” programs can be downloaded, as well, from its website at http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bigideas/
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