Videos

Interview with Adrienne Jones

In this interview, we sit down with Adrienne Jones to explore the intriguing path that brought her to Duke University, delve into the inspirations shaping her work, and uncover the passions she enjoys beyond her professional commitments. 

Interview with Miguel Martinez

In this interview, we sit down with Miguel Martinez to explore what brought him to Duke University, delve into the inspirations shaping his work, and discuss the furry friends that bring him joy beyond his academic career. 

'Wednesdays at the Center' Lecture with Robin Fail

Robin Fail spoke at the John Hope Franklin Center’s ‘Wednesdays at the Center’ series with her lecture ‘Diverse values, social conflict, and policy preferences in Maine aquaculture’. In this talk, she shared her findings from her dissertation research about value conflict and policy making related to aquaculture growth.

'Wednesdays at the Center' Lecture with Miguel Martinez

Miguel Martinez spoke at the John Hope Franklin Center’s ‘Wednesdays at the Center’ series with his lecture ‘Theorizing Mexican Immigrant Racial Attitudes through an Ideological Lens’. In this talk, he sought to provide insight into how dominant racial ideologies in Mexico and the U.S. respectively show up in Mexican immigrant racial attitudes and politics through the results of a qualitative study.

'Wednesdays at the Center' Lecture with Adrienne Jones

Adrienne Jones spoke at the John Hope Franklin Center’s ‘Wednesdays at the Center’ series with her lecture ‘Fee to Drive: How Poverty, Punishment, and Policy Shape the Lives of Suspended Motorists’. In this talk, she shared her research about individuals’ experiences with employment- both job loss and job changes- and the reproduction of social and economic inequalities.

Presentations

Adrienne Jones

  • Barriers to Driver’s License Restoration: Evidence from North Carolina’s DEAR Program Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) Atlanta, GA, November 2023

Elizabeth Brown

  • “A Gathering of People: Urban Planning Across Time and Space.” 2023 South-eastern College Art Conference (SECAC). Oct. 11-14, 2023. Panel Organized
  • “Unraveling the Myths Around Dave thePotter through the Art of Theaster Gates” 2023 Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC). Oct 11-14, 2023.

Robin Fail

  •  "Values, problem definitions, and policy preferences in Maine aquaculture." National Shellfisheries Association Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC. (presentation) March 19, 2024.
  • "Diverse values, social conflict, and policy preferences in Maine aquaculture." John Hope Franklin Center Seminar Series: Wednesdays at the Center. Durham, NC. (presentation) March 6, 2024.
  • "Environmental Justice" Marine Policy Graduate Seminar. Beaufort, NC (guest lecture) November 6, 2023.
  • "Ontologies of Nature" Political Ecology Graduate Seminar. Beaufort, NC (guest lecture) October 31, 2023.
  • "Discursive Struggles and Intractable Conflicts in Aquaculture Development". MARE People and the Sea Conference. Amsterdam, NLD. (presentation) June 28, 2023.
  • "Discursive Struggles for Recognition in Maine Aquaculture." International Association for Society and Natural Resources Conference. Portland, ME. (presentation) June 15, 2023.

SaeHim Park

  • “On Self-Writings (书写自我): A Conversation on AutoTheory,” Chinese University of Hong Kong, September 2023
  • “Intermedial Aesthetics of Girl Statue of Peace (2011): From Monument to Miniatures in Mass,” Richmond, October 2023, SECAC (Southeastern College Art Conference)
  • “Archiving ‘Monkey House,’ Medical Detention Center for United States Military Sex Workers in South Korea,” Baltimore, October 2023, National Women's Studies Association
  • “Visualizing Jagal Madang, 110 Years of Red-light District in Daegu, Korea (1909-2019),” Seattle, March 2024, Association for Asian Studies.