PhD candidate Sarah Raviola talks about her research on urban economics and housing policy in the US
PhD candidate Sarah Raviola focuses on urban economics and housing policy in the US. She studies different models to create safe and affordable housing, and how their implementation affects the surrounding neighborhoods.
PhD candidate Tayzhaun Glover talks about his doctoral work on fugitive slave flight and the abolition of slavery in the French Caribbean
Tayzhaun holds a B.A. (Africana Studies and Anthropology) from Franklin and Marshall College. His doctoral work focuses on fugitive slave flight and the abolition of slavery in the French Caribbean with a particular focus on the Windward Islands.
The Duke Master in Interdisciplinary Data Science (MIDS) program, within the Social Science Research Institute, is looking to support an existing post-doctoral research associate at Duke as part of an interdisciplinary position that will bridge key project initiatives between their department/school and SSRI.
The Social Science Research Institute and the Program on the American South are seeking contributions for a project that invites story telling in any form whose goal is to make inequality of all types less politically sustainable.
Project ROUSE is an independent study that has requested the perspectives of all 25,000 Duke University employees. Participation is critical as the researchers seek to understand how every person is affected by this public health emergency.