You are invited to join in a celebration and exploration of Margaret Humphreys' book, Intensely Human; The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War. The event is part of the Faculty Bookwatch series, which showcases recent books by Duke faculty in the Humanities and Interpretative Social Science.
The program will take place on Wednesday, 3 December, at 4pm, in the Biddle Rare Book Room at Perkins Library. Joining Margaret Humphreys for a discussion of Intensely Human will be:
* Bob Cook-Deegan, Genome Ethics Law & Policy, Duke
* Thavolia Glymph, History/African & African American Studies, Duke
* Todd Savitt, Medical Humanities, East Carolina University
* Priscilla Wald, English/Women's Studies, Duke
The program will be followed by a reception and book sale. The event is free and open to everyone. Faculty Bookwatch is co-sponsored by Duke's John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute and the Duke University Libraries.
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