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Science, Scientism, & Anti-Science in the Humanities

By Franklin Humanities Institute Co-sponsored by the Department of English and Program in Literature

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One-day symposium in honor Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Braxton Craven Professor of Comparative Literature and English at Duke. Spring 2011 is Prof. Smith's final semester on Duke's teaching faculty. Her work has been vital in fostering discussions of the critical and institutional exchanges between the humanities and the sciences. This symposium will honor that work along with her many other contributions to the university and the academy. Co-sponsored by the Department of English and Program in Literature.