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11/3 | Internal Seminar with Dimitri Courant, 2022-23 Fung Global Fellow

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Deliberative Climate Politics: from citizens’ assemblies to responsive democratic systems?

Are citizens’ assemblies a solution to solve two pressing crises: democratic dissatisfaction and climate emergency? The Citizens’ Convention for Climate, and the Great National Debate in…

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10/27 | Internal Seminar with Bernard Reber, Senior Research Director, French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Sciences Po Paris

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CITP Seminar: Elie Bou-Zeid - An Equitable Technological Future for Cities

Will artificial intelligence correct or perpetuate historic discriminatory practices in cities? Will urban heat mitigation strategies and new ecosystem amenities be deployed fairly across all…

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MRC Alex Boodrookas 9.21.22

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A CROSS TO BEAR: THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN SHAPING ATTITUDES TOWARDS REFUGEE IMMIGRATION IN EUROPE, Srishti Ghosh, UG '23 (3967977)

The Russia-Ukraine crisis has spurred a new wave of refugee immigration to neighbouring European countries including Poland, Germany, and Georgia. This story is, of course, not a new one –…

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Trust In Reconciliation: How Political Violence Affects Institutional Trust, Rooya Rahin, UG '23 (3963731)

Nearly three decades after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), it is still considered by most scholars to be the most successful case of a truth commission, as well as the…

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Decentralization and Health Outcomes in the Philippines, Madison Spinelli, UG '22 (3961005)

This thesis investigates decentralization on population health through quantitative means in the Philippines during the transition period from 1989-1998. The driving hypothesis is that…

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INNAS Lecture Job Talk

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Empowering Citizens: The Princeton Gerrymandering Project

This session was part of Engage 2020, the new Princeton University innovation and entrepreneurship conference. In 2021, thousands of state legislative districts and the entire House of…

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Kwame Anthony Appiah and The Lies That Bind

Kwame Anthony Appiah, philosopher, cultural theorist, and novelist, will discuss his recent book, "The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity," a Washington Post Notable Book of the Year, and…

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Just Deserts? Roman Power and the Rhetoric of Discrimination

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Susan B. Anthony, Women's Right to Vote

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Thomas Jefferson, 1st Inaugural

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Roger Bagnall Lecture

Roman Names and Roman Citizenship in Egypt

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COVID-19 Public Health & THE ECONOMY IN THE GULF STATES

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