Events

We have two featured events. The Speaker Series showcases top scholars in Asian American Studies in invited talks, and Brown Bag Conversations aims to facilitate discussions and collaborations within the Duke community. 
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East Duke Parlors

Join the Minor Aesthetics Faculty Working Group for a two-day symposium on queer, Asian, and diasporic art with events including a performance, artist talks, a research showcase, AADS Brown Bag, and… read more about Minor Aesthetics: A Symposium »

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Virtual. Registration link forthcoming

Virtual discussion with New Day Films founders Julia Reichert, Jim Klein, Liane Brandon, and Amalie R. Rothschild. Register here for this event: https://duke.is/chxg6New Day Films was founded in 1971… read more about New Day Films at Duke - Founders Discussion »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

FOUNDERS' FILMSGrowing Up Female, 1971, 50minsby Jim Klein and Julia ReichertAnything You Want To Be, 1971, 8minsby Liane BrandonBetty Tells Her Story, 1972, 20minsby Liane BrandonIt Happens To Us,… read more about New Day Films at Duke - Founders' Films »

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

The defining tunes of the Chinese diaspora in the nineteenth century and the early twentieth were those of the Cantonese opera. This history has been invisible due to the scarcity of Chinese… read more about Defining Tunes of the Chinese Diaspora »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Far East, Deep South, 2020, 76mins, plus Q&A with filmmaker Larissa Lamby Baldwin Chiu and Larissa LamFar East Deep South sheds light on the history of Chinese immigrants in the American South… read more about New Day Films at Duke - Far East Deep South »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Deadly Deception - General Electric, Nuclear Weapons, and Our Environment, 1991, 27minsby Debra ChasnoffA Cerebral Game, 2017, 7minsby Reid DavenportBachelorette, 34, 2009, 30minsby Kara… read more about New Day Films at Duke - Shorts Program »