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"Tell Us More Grandmother!": Korean "Comfort Women" Re/constructing and Re/presenting the "Truth" and Memory of Survival through Narratives
This work explores the narratives of the military sexual slavery, or “Comfort Women” survivors in South Korea. Between 1910 and 1945, Japan colonized Korea to expand to the other nations, with a dream of establishing the ...
DukeEngage and the Politics of "Help": Millennials, Civic Engagement, and the Problem of "Saving the World"
The summer of 2008 signaled the inauguration of DukeEngage, the highly anticipated civic engagement program for undergraduates at Duke University. DukeEngage provides funding for undergraduates who wish to pursue an intensive ...
Maintaining Difference: Testimony from the Cambridge Christian Fellowship
The following is an account of how I came to “know” God. This knowing was deeply physical; my knowledge of God and vocabulary for speaking about Him expanded alongside physical changes in my body. These physical changes ...