Cinematic Arts provides centralized coordination among the various Duke University departments and programs that provide classes, activities, and opportunities for students interested in film studies and moving image practice. Home of Screen/Society, a film exhibition program for the Triangle community.
The Dance Program focuses on dance as an integral part of the human experience and a medium for rigorous intellectual creativity. Our MFA in Dance endorses dance as a politically, socially and spiritually transformative force in society.
Faith & Leadership is the online magazine of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, which designs educational services, develops intellectual resources, and facilitates networks of institutions.
The Forum for Scholars & Publics at Duke University is a place where scholars and various publics – local, national, and global – can interact and intersect to generate greater exchange between the university and the broader world.
Ormond Center fosters the imagination, will, and ability of congregations and communities to be agents of thriving. We do this by equipping practitioners with mindsets, skillsets, and toolsets they need to serve their field, place, and neighbors.
Romance Studies is a multilingual, interdisciplinary, and genuinely global department that explores the culture, thought and practices of communities where romance languages are or were once spoken.
We offer a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Studies, as well as two minors. Our courses are designed to encourage problem solving in collaboration with others, developing skills in critical thinking, and communicating effectively with language, physical expression, and visual images. This focus on the development of artistic and intellectual skills, through study and production experience, helps prepare students for careers in the professional theater and in a variety of other fields.