Almost 5 billion people—two thirds of the global population—now go online. The Internet has changed how we work, learn, govern, and fall in love. Yet despite its digital turn, geography has failed to grapple with the patterns and significance of … Read more
Event Category: Burmese
The area studies centers at UNC and Duke partner with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to offer globally-focused professional development during International Education Week. International Education Week, held in November annually, is a national week of the U.S. … Read more
Dr. Terese Gagnon, a post-doctoral fellow with the Bringing Southeast Asia Home project and housed in the Department of Anthropology, will give the first UNC Anthropology Colloquium of the year. In this talk I illustrate the ways in which the … Read more
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