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Meanings of Military Service

Date

Nov 12 2017

Time

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Fredric Jameson Gallery

Friedl Building 1st Floor, Duke's East Campus Quad

In/Visible Wounds - Meanings of Military Service

In/Visible Wounds: Meanings of Military Service

An Intergenerational Conversation

Join us for a roundtable discussion on the meanings of military service with veterans drawn from multiple eras and backgrounds.

Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Forum for Scholars and Publics. This event is part of the speaker series In/Visible Wounds, which is designed to accompany and engage with The Unknown Soldier photography exhibit by David Jay, on display at the Fredric Jameson Gallery on Duke’s East Campus from November 7 -17, 2017. The Unknown Soldier is a series of large-scale portraits in black and white documenting young military veterans recovering from wounds upon their return home from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Although the photographs chronicle the physical effects of America’s military conflicts, the exhibit focuses more broadly on giving visibility to the wounded among us and creates opportunities for stories of those who have been injured by war and trauma to emerge, to be told, and to be heard. Visit the series website at veterans.dukefsp.org.

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