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10.6.22 The Sassoons: The Global Merchants and the Making of a Dynasty

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Late Ottoman Turkey in Princeton's Forgotten Maps 1883-1923

Talk by Richard J. A. Talbert, History Dept. and Ancient World Mapping Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel HillWith An Introduction by Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems…

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The Earliest Geniza Documents with Prof. Eve Krakowski

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Prentice Lecture, Karen ní Mheallaigh - "The Moon and the Map in the Ancient World"

The Prentice Lecture for The Department of Classics

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FPUL Fall Dinner October 2022 - Peter Dougherty

"Whadya Know? A Publisher Considers the Literature of Useful Knowledge" Peter Dougherty, Editor--at-Large, Princeton University Press Friends of Princeton University Library The Fall…

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Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment/Race Empire Environment "Of Milk, Blood, and Bones: Brazil's Colonial and Postcolonial Plantation "Big House"

Gilberto Freyre's influential book Casa Grande e Senzala [The Masters and the Slaves] (1933) has been an international reference in Brazil's historical racial relations. In this equally…

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Bradford Seminar: "A Future of Weeds? Is It Hopeless To Fight Biological Invasions?"

Daniel Simberloff is the Nancy Gore Hunger Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Tennessee. He received his A.B. (1964) and Ph.D. (1968) from Harvard University and was a faculty…

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

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9.12.22 NES Seminar Series “Together and Apart-The Art and Culture of Armenia”

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4.25.22 NES Seminar Series "Were Romani Astrologers the Missing Links"

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4.25.22 NES Seminar

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R. Kosinski Lecture Recording_9-27-21

Translating Medieval Texts

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Geniza Lab Live with Rachel Richman: Wills and Inheritance in the Cairo Geniza

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Himmelfarb Retirement Conference Afternoon Session

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American Acequias: New Mexicans and National Belonging, Jacquelyn M. Davila, UG '22 (3945831)

Acequias are gravity-fed irrigation ditches managed by communities of farmers called parciantes. At the turn of the seventeenth century, colonial Spanish settlers introduced acequias into the arid…

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Severe impacts of wildfires on fine particulate air quality, Yuanyu Xie, Postdoc (3959280)

Record-setting fires in the western United States over the last decade caused severe air pollution, loss of human life, and property damage. Enhanced drought and increased biomass in a warmer climate…

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