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    Race And Politics Research Hits Home

    What I love about Duke: It's the best of all worlds in higher education. Duke has found a way to have both an excellent undergraduate college and a world-class research institution all wrapped up into one.

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    The Dilemma of Dual Identities in Black France

    Jean Beaman takes an ethnographic approach, looking at the assimilation of people of North African-descent born in France.

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    Haynie Wins Duke's Cook Award

    Kerry Haynie is one of seven winners of Duke's Cook Award. Before winning the Cook award, Haynie was the co-winner of the University’s 2012 Diversity Award.

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  • Kerry L. Haynie, 2015 Dean's Award Winner

    Haynie, Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Social Sciences, was awarded the Dean's Award for Excellence in Mentoring

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Examining the constructs of race, ethnicity, and gender.

The Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Social Sciences (REGSS) provides a context where scholars interested in examining the constructs of race, ethnicity, and gender from an interdisciplinary perspective can engage each other in dialogue and collaboration. It offers opportunities for scholars researching issues of race, ethnicity, and gender to connect with colleagues in other departments and schools. REGSS provides a context where scholars interested in examining the constructs of race, ethnicity, and gender from an interdisciplinary perspective can engage each other in dialogue and collaboration. It offers opportunities for scholars researching issues of race, ethnicity, and gender to connect with colleagues in other departments and schools. Our questions and our methodologies draw on disciplinary backgrounds that include economics, history, political science, psychology, public policy, and sociology, and we welcome participants from across Duke University.