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The Department of African American Studies - Class Day 2024

Join us as we celebrate the achievements of our extraordinary graduates of the Class of 2024.

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Graduate Hooding 2024

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APIDA Graduation 2024

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Pan African Graduation 2024

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Great Minds Matter: Western Civilization and the Liberal Arts with Ben Sasse

On May 24, 2024, the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted a Princeton University Reunions event with Ben Sasse, President of the University of Florida and former…

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The Renaissance of the 12th Century: An Introduction

This video briefly introduces the causes, developments, prominent figures, and historiography of the 12th-century renaissance. In particular, the video highlights the contributions of Adelard of…

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The History of Mpala Research Centre and Its Impact on Science and Local Communities, Katie Rohrbaugh, UG '24 (53E7F75E)

This project aims to analyze the historical development of Mpala Research Centre, an ecological research institution located in Laikipia County, Kenya, and connect it to broader historical trends at…

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Having Connections––Roots of the Pare Pare System on Guam, Seyoung Choung, UG '25 (219D978E)

“Having Connections––Roots of the Pare Pare System on Guam” seeks to explore the historical roots of the ‘pare pare system’ on Guam, an island in the Marianas…

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Red Power Takeover: Native American Activists, Colonial Landscapes, and the Design of Sovereignty, Angelika E. Joseph, GS (984FB293)

This dissertation argues that the Red Power Movement (1969–1973) was an architectural project for Indigenous sovereignty. Every protest involved the takeover of colonial architecture:…

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Join(t)ing the Past and Present: The History, Construction, and Structural Properties of the Traditional Japanese Daimochi Tsugi Timber Joint, Akaneh Wang, UG '24 (7BC529DA)

Heritage structures serve as a record of the past and symbolize enduring connections between a community’s culture and history. While historical Japanese timber joints built by miyadaiku…

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Communicating Sovereignty: A History of the Muscogee Language and Communication Networks, Keely Smith, GS (21229670)

The United Nations declared the period between 2022 and 2032 as the International Decade of Indigenous Languages due to the critical situation of many Indigenous languages around the world. My…

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Policing Segregation: Exploring the Boundary Effect in Chicago, Connie Gong, UG '25 (E73D1A87)

In sociology, the ‘boundary effect’ argues that policing maintains segregation by increasing presence at the borders of neighborhoods. Relatively few quantitative studies have attempted…

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ECE-524 Session 21 | 4.25

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The Global South and the Future of World Order 4th Annual Conference: "Panel 5: Liberalism and Liberals Beyond the West"

How is the liberal tradition evolving beyond the Western world? How have Global South liberals coped with nationalism, populism, and authoritarianism? Is there a common perspective on liberalism in…

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CCSR - Islam and Antiblackness (4.03.24)

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