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Wealth and the Marital Divide

Sociology graduate student Daniel Schneider presents his research on economic factors and the changes in American marriage over the past few decades. In examining the change in the social meaning of…

From  Alumni Education on November 18th, 2013 0 likes 53 plays

Us vs. Them: Neural Responses to Rival Groups' Pleasures and Pains

Psychology graduate student Mina Cikara presents her work on human response to pain in others, with a focus on Schadenfreude, in her study of rival fan groups (Red Sox and Yankees.)

From  Alumni Education on November 18th, 2013 0 likes 141 plays

The Reanimated Corpse in Victorian Literature

English graduate student Renee Fox shares her research about the concept of reanimation in Victorian literature.

From  Alumni Education on November 17th, 2013 0 likes 128 plays

The Meaning of Financial Value in 1720: Mathematics and Morality during the South Sea Bubble

History of Science graduate student William Deringer presents his research on Britain's South Sea Bubble (1720), Archibald Hutcheson's mathematical models for understanding this financial…

From  Alumni Education on November 17th, 2013 0 likes 85 plays

Nanocarriers for Therapeutics Delivery

Chemical and Biological Engineering graduate student Varun Kumar presents his research on the role of nanocarriers in therapeutics delivery. Introduction by Jeffrey Vinikoor '03, Chair,…

From  Alumni Education on November 16th, 2013 0 likes 54 plays

How Primates Use Faces to Hear Better

Psychology graduate student Chandramouli Chandrasekaran presents his research on primates and the importance of facial expressions in their communications. Introduction by Jeffrey Vinikoor '03,…

From  Alumni Education on November 16th, 2013 0 likes 13 plays

2008 Hoffman Scholars Welcome and Introductions

Introduction by Claire Brown '94, Chair, Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni, and William Russel P99 P01, Dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University. The Hoffman Scholars Program…

From  Alumni Education on November 16th, 2013 0 likes 39 plays

Bribery in Classical Athens

Classics graduate student Kellam Conover explains his research about "gifts" or bribery in classic Athens.

From  Alumni Education on November 11th, 2013 0 likes 73 plays

Between City and Country: Architecture and Patronage at Palladio's Villa Pisani at Montagnana

Art and Archaeology graduate student Johanna Heinrichs presents her research on the architectural patronage of Francesco Pisani and the work of Andrea Palladio, who designed Pisani’s villa at…

From  Alumni Education on November 11th, 2013 0 likes 144 plays

2012 Emerging Alumni Scholars Welcome and Introductions

Introduction by Robert D. Varrin '56 *57 P78 P80 P81 g10 Member, Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni, and William B. Russel P99 P01 h*04, Dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University.…

From  Alumni Education on November 11th, 2013 0 likes 5 plays

2010 Emerging Alumni Scholars Welcome and Introductions

Introduction by Jeffrey Vinikoor '03, Chair, Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni, and William Russel P99 P01, Dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University. The Hoffman Scholars…

From  Alumni Education on November 11th, 2013 0 likes 0 plays

2011 Hoffman Scholars Welcome and Introductions

Introduction by Jeffrey Vinikoor '03, Chair, Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni, and William Russel P99 P01, Dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University. The Hoffman Scholars…

From  Alumni Education on November 11th, 2013 0 likes 3 plays

Inserts in the Book of Nature: Geology and Reconstruction in Adalbert Stifter’s Indian Summer (1857)

German graduate student Timothy Attanucci presents his work on Adalbert Sifter's Indian Summer. Introduction by Jeffrey Vinikoor '03, Chair, Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni, and…

From  Alumni Education on November 6th, 2013 0 likes 55 plays

"Feeling Pleasures": The Sense of Touch in the English Renaissance

English graduate student Joseph Moshenska presents his work on the subject of touch during the English Renaissance and the politics of intimacy as this relates to present day.

From  Alumni Education on November 6th, 2013 0 likes 80 plays