Join us for an intimate conversation with two renowned American poets on the state of the nation, race relations and racism, and the role of the artist in creating alliances and communities in a pandemic of polarization. The conversation will be moderated by Duke University professors Esther Kim Lee, of Theater Studies, Asian American & Diaspora studies, and International Comparative Studies and Patrice Douglass, of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist studies.
Asian American & Diaspora Studies (AADS)
African and African American Studies (AAAS)
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES)
Asian/Pacific Studies Institute (APSI)
Duke Alumni Association (DAA)
Duke Asian Alumni Alliance (DAAA)
Duke Black Alumni (DBA)
Duke University Center for International and Global Studies
Duke University Center for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT)
Duke University Department of Cultural Anthropology
Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI)
Nasher Museum of Art
Duke University Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Audience members may submit questions prior to the event via this form: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8c9Xd06tUlOFCYt
Questions should be submitted by Thursday, Oct. 22 at 5PM ET.
Live closed captioning will be offered for this event. If you require disability-related accommodation, please contact: Alex Nickley (Alexander.email@example.com) by October 18, 2020.