Faculty and staff examine how space, time, and our bodies intersect with community-engaged learning in Durham

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Faculty and staff examined how physical space, the passing of time, and somatic experiences impact community-engaged learning in Durham at the "Critical Cartography of Space & Place" workshop on February 7th.

“The point of the workshop was to invite people to engage in space in the many different dimensions they experience it, and to dig into their own experience to think more critically about Durham and about Duke’s role in Durham,” said Tim Stallmann, who co-led the workshop with Tia Hall.

Read the event recap here.