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The Blue Qur'an - brief overview from Hidden Stories

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2023-2024 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellows - Jose de Jesus Montano Lopez

Chemical and Biological Engineering

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Coins of Axum (medieval Africa) in the Princeton University Collection

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Lisa Naughton

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Lisa Naughton “Does formalizing ‘artisanal’ gold mining mitigate environmental damage? Evidence from…

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The Cross of Gold Revisited: Money and Populism in the Age of Empire by Rosalind Morris: Doll Lecture

Rosalind Morris’ work is addressed to the histories and social lives—including the deaths and afterlives—produced in the interstices of industrial and resource-based capitalism in…

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"The Falling Sky and The Yanomami Struggle" - Yanomami Shaman; Indigenous Author and Leader

The world-renowned shaman and Indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa will visit Princeton on Tuesday, January 31. He will speak at Chancellor Green’s Rotunda at 4:30 pm. Kopenawa is the author of the…

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"'An Image To Lighten The Soul's Heaviness:' Reflections On Portraiture And Longing In Classical Antiquity"

The concepts of ekphrasis and mimesis have prominently found their way into art historical methodologies that span subdisciplines of the field, generating interpretive models and sitting at the…

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Chinese Goldminers and the Chinese Question

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Why Study Classics?

By looking at the lives of African Americans who have found inspiration in the classics we can all learn about the enduring value of these texts. The same fire that burned in the souls of our…

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From Rudolf II to Catherine II: Goltzius’ Without Bacchus and Ceres, Venus is Chilled and its Iconography

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617): Without Bacchus and Ceres, Venus is Chilled, c. 1604–6 This superb large drawing, executed in a manner that imitates the technique of engraving on copper,…

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Bryan, Cross of Gold

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City of Gold: Ανακατασκευάζοντας τα κτίρια του Μαρίου και της Αρσινόης

Professors Joanna Smith from the Department of Art & Archaeology and Symon Rusinkiewicz from the Department of Computer Science worked with students to produce a video featuring computer…

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City of Gold: Reconstructing the Buildings of Marion and Arsinoe

Professors Joanna Smith from the Department of Art & Archaeology and Symon Rusinkiewicz from the Department of Computer Science worked with students to produce a video featuring computer…

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