- Inequality Studies, a Way to ‘Better Understand Policies to Drive Social Change’
Inequality Studies, a Way to ‘Better Understand Policies to Drive Social Change’
The inequality studies minor at Duke, a collaboration between the Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity and the Department of History, aims to offer new ways for undergraduates to research and study inequality. “We’re interested in teaching students how to research and write in ways that help people better understand issues of inequality and better understand policies to drive social change,” said Adam Hollowell, director of the minor.
The inequality studies minor graduated its first cohort