The week before last, award-winning Chinese writer Yan Lianke paid a visit to Duke and UNC Chapel Hill, delivering a talk titled “My Literary Self-criticism”. I never read his novels but his controversial works have been under heated discussion in China for some time. I was curious about the talk, especially the title, so I went to attend it at UNC Chapel Hill.
Rooted in Reality: Feminist Week 2013
Celebrate your feminist identity! Engage with feminism in pragmatic ways. Intersect with diverse identities to inform a collective feminist vision. Apply feminist agency to everyday situations.Find out More
Arts & Activism Alternative Spring Break
The Arts & Activism Alternative Spring Break Program will critically explore new definitions of arts, activism, and social justice. Apply now to be a Site Leader.Find out More
Campus Life Initiatives
Our students connect to Campus Life Centers and Departments through interest and/or identity. It is our intention to deliver an array of international programs and services that provide exposure, experiential education and empathy.Find out More
Have You Heard?
The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture
Cordially Invites You to Enjoy A Late Afternoon Delight
featuring Live Jazz & Fabulous Dessert
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
3:00 - 5:00
Mary Lou Williams Center
201 West Union Building
In celebration of YOU, our 30th Anniversary & in gratitude for another successful year...
In honor of our namesake’s 103rd birthday &
In gratitude for the awesome service of our graduating student staff!!!
THIS WILL BE THE LAST MARY LOU DAY BEFORE OUR BIG MOVE TO FLOWERS!!!
International Student Housing
International House and our colleagues at Community Housing can help you through the housing process, whatever your needs or difficulties may be. View the video, or read more.