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Class of 2022 APIDA Graduation Ceremony

Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American Graduation Ceremony

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E. Allen Lecture Recording_4-11-22

Acting Upon the Literary Work: Revision, History, and Translation of Antonio DiBenedetto's Trilogy of Expectation

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A. Schachter Lecture Recording_2-28-22

Translating Yiddish Women: Fradl Shtok and the Modern Jewish Canon

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S. Bye Lecture Recording_9-13-21

Translating Polish Reportage: Challenges and Strategies

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ROTC 2022

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FPUL Annual Dinner: Acquisitions Presentation May 1, 2022

Friends of PUL (FPUL) Annual Dinner: Acquisitions Presentation by Eric White, Scheide Librarian & Asst. Univ. Librarian for Special Collections, Rare Books & Manuscripts, and Gabriel Swift,…

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FPUL Annual Dinner: Stanley N. Katz "Where do the Humanities Go in the Post-Truth Age?" May 1, 2022

Friends of Princeton University Library host their Annual Dinner on May 1, 2022, with featured speaker Stanley N. Katz, American historian, Director of the Princeton University Center for Arts and…

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Assyrians in Modern Iraq by Dr. Alda Benjamen

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Rebecca J. W. Jefferson- -Deconstructing the Cairo Geniza- Why Provenance Matters- Mar 29, 2022

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The Deoliwallahs | A book talk with Joy Ma and Dilip D’Souza

Joy Ma and Dilip D’Souza discuss their book, The Deoliwallahs, the untold account of the internment of 3,000 Chinese-Indians after the 1962 Sino-Indian War.About the book:Just after the…

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Day 1 & 2 Tanner Lectures 4.28-29.2022

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4.22.2022 Glee Club

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Collective Trauma, Identity, and Healing: An Ethnography of Neo-Hasidic Jews in English-Speaking Jerusalem, Naomi Shifrin, UG '22 (3968076)

Collective trauma emerged as a focus of scholarly inquiry with the First World War. Today, sociologists understand that collective trauma can give rise to the construction of meaning and identity…

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The Making of the Modern Donor, Samin Rashidbeigi, G6 (3959599)

My project traces the emergence of blood transfusion technology in modern Iran. Until the early 1970s, an informal market supplied hospitals with blood products. Forced by poverty, professional…

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"Time Passes": The Extinction of Joy Williams' Guidebook to the Keys, Noa Greenspan, UG '23, (3964581)

In 2003, short story writer and novelist Joy Williams published the tenth and final version of her guidebook to the Florida Keys. Snarky, acerbic, and obsessed with environmental disaster, The…

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Architecture in Distress: The Ethics of Practice and the Prioritization of Memory in a Post-Disaster Context, Sally Jane Ruybalid (3965224)

Due to the elevated status and perception of historic locations in the United States; their aesthetic and location are often disproportionately prioritized over others for disaster rescue following a…

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