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The Unlikely Value of Global Inexperience
May 20, 2016
Discovering a Family History in Istanbul
January 26, 2016
Professor Erdağ Göknar discusses his family's refugee story, his work with Nobel Prize winning novelist Orhan Pamuk and how he teaches global contexts to students at Duke.
Top 5 Reasons to Spend the Summer with Sanford in Geneva
November 24, 2015
The Geneva Program offers access to the United Nations, the Red Cross and other organizations for peace.
Understanding the Refugee Crisis
November 3, 2015
Last year, the number of forcibly displaced people worldwide exceeded 50 million , branding the current refugee crisis the worst of its kind since World War II.
A Kunshan Diary, by Noah Pickus
October 31, 2015
They're Going Door To Door In The Amazon To See Why People Get Sick
May 19, 2015
Is it the mercury or the malaria? Or maybe it's something else entirely that's making people sick in the Peruvian Amazon.