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The Earliest Geniza Documents with Prof. Eve Krakowski

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James Baldwin Lecture Series: "The Limits Of The Quantitative Approach To Discrimination"

The annual James Baldwin Lecture series was launched on March 29, 2006, aiming to celebrate the work of Princeton faculty and to provide an occasion for the intellectual community to reflect on the…

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PIIRS: "Goliath’s Curse: A Brief History and Future of Societal Collapse"

“Goliath’s Curse: A Brief History and Future of Societal Collapse.” A Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) at the University of Cambridge, Kemp…

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FROM BARE TO BRILLIANT: The migration of fish species to a newly deployed artificial coral reef in Delray Beach, FL, Grace K. Barbara, UG '22 (3967320)

Coral reefs make up some of the greatest biodiversity per unit area in the world, but many living reefs are threatened due to anthropogenic factors relating to climate change. Artificial coral reefs…

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Motivated Reasoning: facts do care about your feelings, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (3939095)

With America divided as ever, people from state governments to households have asked themselves: "Why can’t we change their minds?" In FRS 193: Belief and Ideology, I researched why…

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THE NATURAL RESOURCE CURSE AND COLONIAL LEGACY IN FRENCH WEST AFRICA, Saran Touré, UG '22 (3960184)

This paper re-examines the mechanisms behind the development of the natural resource curse in French West Africa. The natural resource curse in the region is usually attributed to weak contemporary…

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Day 4: Transmission and Hegemony

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Day 3: Boundaries and Definitions

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Day 1 Methods and Materials

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Anti-Pollution Measures and the Common Good in Medieval Paris

Sarah McDougall interviews Emily Hutchinson about the creation of story maps for understanding anti-pollution measures in medieval Paris, France.

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James Madison Program /Walter F. Murphy Lecture- "Arguing Excellence: A Logocratic Approach to Measure of Virtue"

Professor Brewer will explore the contributions that a theory of argument (the Logocratic Method, a philosophical explanation of the nature of arguments and some of their principal uses) can make to…

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Engage 2021 - The new Northeast I-Corps Hub: Opportunities for researchers and entrepreneurs

In August 2021, the National Science Foundation announced that Princeton will lead a consortium of regional universities to form an innovation network: the new Northeast I-Corps Hub. This session,…

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The “Qarmathian” Qur’an- From the Mausoleum to the Museum

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Quick Tip: MFA for Personal Accounts

In this Simply Security video we discuss setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) on personal accounts. Links we discuss include: 2FA Directory https://2fa.directory/ This site provides a list…

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Nature of Evidence Lecture featuring Brooke Gladstone

At the first lecture in the “Understanding the Nature of Evidence” series, Brooke Gladstone, host and managing editor of WNYC's On the Media, reflected on how the internet,…

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Hope Springs…Motivated Reasoning? An Exploration of the Interdependence of Hope and Belief as an Explanation for Why We Prescribe Overly Optimistic Beliefs, Emma Cottrill, UG '21 (2311968)

Research suggests that when asked to reason about another person, people tend to say the person ought to form motivated, unrealistic, overly optimistic beliefs. Why do people say others ought to…

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