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Constitutional Integrity in the Thought of Keith Whittington - Morning Sessions (1 and 2 of 3)

On May 16th, 2024, the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted a conference titled, "Constitutional Integrity: Interpretation, Construction, and Freedom in the…

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Whittington Conference - Afternoon Session (5.16.24)

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Whittington Conference - Morning Session (5.16.24)

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Thompson, Erica, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing, and Policymaking"

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Panel Session Q and A, May 21, 2024, "Governing Climate Mobilities at Various Scales"

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Ajibade, Jola, May 20, 2024, "Commentary on Power, Justice, & Community Collaboration"

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Prentice Lecture (2024) - Patrice Rankine - Theater and Crisis

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Meta-Sticker: Metamaterial-Sticker for Non-Invasive 6G Mobile Food Sensing, Subhajit Karmakar, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Atsutse Kludze, GS (5A7C2F1C)

Food waste is one of the greatest economic and ethical challenges in the world. Realizing sustainable solutions for food security is one of the major research thirsts for next-generation (6G and…

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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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COM LIT Lecture - Kohei Saito (4.19.24)

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Leftover or Too Far Ahead?: An Artistic Response to the Visual Portrayal of Leftover Women in China, Boya Shi, UG '26 (0C82C51C)

In China, the term shèng nǚ, or “leftover women,” characterizes an unmarried woman beyond her twenties, comparing her to leftovers. While reading an excerpt of Leta Hong…

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The Global South and the Future of World Order 4th Annual Conference: "Closing Roundtable: Reimagining the Global South in World Order"

Can historical experiences and contemporary statecraft from the Global South be reconciled with liberal internationalism? Given the ties that bind Global South countries to China and Russia, how…

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Narovlansky, Vladimir, March 19, 2024, "An SYK model with curious low energy behavior"

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Curator Conversation A Most Unusual Qur an

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