History 4° Celsius: A Community & Scholars book talk on Zoom featuring author Ian Baucom in conversation with Ranjana Khanna and Achille Mbembe...
Through faculty engagement, deep community partnerships, and international collaborations, we provide leading examples of new ways to connect scholars and publics locally and globally.learn moreabout Slide1
We are people weavers. We explore new ways of bringing scholars into dialogue with community experts, artists and performers, writers, educators, and others whose work and ideas change conversations.learn moreabout Slide 2
Since 2013, the Forum for Scholars and Publics at Duke has hosted over 300 conversations, performances, and workshops and has welcomed more than 500 guest speakers from around the world.learn moreabout Slide 3
The Forum for Scholars and Publics at Duke advocates for the vitality of community expertise and scholarly knowledge, both within and outside of the walls of the university. We organize programs and public events on and off campus, curate dynamic digital spaces for sharing research and commentary, host working groups and residencies, and engage with faculty, fellows, and community partners interested in exploring new ways to connect scholars and publics locally and globally.
“Fati Abubakar has made it her goal to document how lives lived under the sign of conflict are not fully determined by it.” Samuel Fury Childs Daly remembers the 2017 campus visit of acclaimed Nigerian photojournalist Fati Abubakar.…read more about Documenting Life Under Boko Haram
“The conversation was, as the title demonstrates, an exploration of the research that artists engage in while making work — and more importantly, an acknowledgement that many artists are scholars.” Caitlin Margaret Kelly remembers “FSP@PPG: The Artist As Researcher.”…read more about Artists As Researchers