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Princeton in a Pin[ch]: How Worn Labels Promote Inclusion and Exemplify Exclusion at Elite Institutions, Alyssa Lloyd, UG '26 (B9A1DFFF)

Inspired by her run-in with a peculiar button while working reunions this past summer, Alyssa Lloyd, a member of the Class of 2026, explores illusive memorabilia worn by Princetonians over the years…

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Diwali at the Chapel (11.4.2023)

Inaugurated in 2008, Diwali at the Chapel has since become the university's largest and grandest celebration of Diwali on campus. Each year, more than 500 people-students, faculty, staff and…

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Anschutz Lecture: "Activism @ the Intersection of Race and Youth: Prarie View A &M University, Black Colleges and the Fight for Voting Rights" (11.9.23)

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"The Intimate Lives of Books In The 1979 Iranian Revolution" by Naghmeh Sohrabi

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GCEPS Reunions Talk (5.26.23)

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Impact of Exclusion from the 2019 National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam on Access to Welfare Benefits, Uma Menon, UG '24 (2278996)

The 2019 National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the Indian state of Assam intended to distinguish real citizens from purported illegal immigrants by requiring all individuals to present documents…

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Beyond Norm-Takers or Norm-Breakers: India and China’s rhetorical engagement with the norm of sovereignty at the United Nations Security Council between 1971-1992, Kanishkh Kanodia, UG '23 (2270044)

Traditional accounts of Third World interaction with the norm of sovereignty presume that these states complied with the norm by assimilating into a Western-dominated order after decolonization,…

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Creating an Orthorectified Mosaic Image from Historical Aerial Photographs

Historical aerial photographs are very useful data to many researchers. Countries have used aerial photographs to capture geographical space since the late 1920s. They can provide an excellent visual…

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School of Architecture Book Launch: Radical Pedagogies

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9.20.22 Asfuriyyeh A History of Madness, Modernity and War in the Middle East

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Princeton Mellon Initiative - Mellon Forum on Race, Power and Environment "Remapping Afro-Carribean Landscapes"

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MRC Alex Boodrookas 9.21.22

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FPUL Annual Dinner: Acquisitions Presentation May 1, 2022

Friends of PUL (FPUL) Annual Dinner: Acquisitions Presentation by Eric White, Scheide Librarian & Asst. Univ. Librarian for Special Collections, Rare Books & Manuscripts, and Gabriel Swift,…

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4.21.22 The Last Shah: America, Iran, and the Fall of the Pahlavi Dynasty

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4.7.22 Assyrians in Modern Iraq by Dr. Alda Benjamen

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Why Thomas Sowell Matters

A discussion with Jason Riley on Thomas Sowell and why his writings—on everything from school choice and affirmative action to economic inequality and social justice—continue to be…

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