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CITP Seminar: Surya Mattu - Breaking The Black Box: How CITP’s Digital Witness Lab Uses Data-Driven Investigations to Expose Surveillance and Misinformation

The CITP Digital Witness Lab is a research initiative that collects data to expose surveillance, misinformation, and other harms on digital platforms. We build independent, public, and open-source…

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India Is Broken: A People Betrayed, Independence to Today

Ashoka Mody, Charles and Marie Robertson Visiting Professor in International Economic Policy Join us for a book talk with Professor Ashoka Mody. Challenging prevailing narratives, Mody’s new…

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J. Edward Farnum Lecture "Social Justice, Power& Politics in Indian Cinema"

Eminent filmmaker Prakash Jha, in conversation with Princeton Historian Gyan Prakash, will introduce Indian cinemas recently featured at the Oscars 2023. They will discuss the trajectory of…

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2023 Anthony B. Evnin Lecture: "Conservation Photography: Stories from the Field"

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Beyond Norm-Takers or Norm-Breakers: India and China’s rhetorical engagement with the norm of sovereignty at the United Nations Security Council between 1971-1992, Kanishkh Kanodia, UG '23 (2270044)

Traditional accounts of Third World interaction with the norm of sovereignty presume that these states complied with the norm by assimilating into a Western-dominated order after decolonization,…

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“Thorns of the White Saffron”—A study of Political Polarization in India and the US, Aly Rashid, UG '26 (3993447)

The growing degree of political polarization across the world which has yielded power to increasingly nationalistic leaders. How large of a threat does political polarization pose to modern…

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Revathi_Vellai Mozhi_11.17.2022 Subtitles

An autobiographical play performed by its author, A. Revathi, a transgender writer, performer, and activist from Tamil Nadu in South India. The play is entitled "Vellai Mozhi--Frankly…

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10.31.22 Indian Muslims and the BJP: the quest for the “acceptable” Muslim

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10.6.22 The Sassoons: The Global Merchants and the Making of a Dynasty

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12/1 | Internal Seminar with Veda Vaidyanathan, 2022-23 Fung Global Fellow

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Bradford Seminar: "Money (Not) To Burn: Payments For Ecosystem Services To Reduce Crop Residue Burning"

Jayachandran will discuss her work in India’s Punjab state suggesting that providing partial-upfront payments to farmers reduced the burning of crop residue — a significant contributor to…

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10/13 | Internal Seminar with Prof. John Onyango, Associate Professor of Architecture, Notre Dame University

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C-PREE Bradford Seminar: "Sustainability in Asia-Africa Partnerships: Situating the Sub-National in Environmental Policymaking"

Veda Vaidyanathan is part of the tenth cohort of Fung Global Fellows at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies for the 2022-23 academic year and specializes in Asia-Africa…

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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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The Book of Dreams: The Linguistic Project of Translating Khwabnama, the Great Bangladesh Novel

Arunava Sinha discusses his translation of Khwabnama (Book of Dreams), written by Akhtaruzzaman Elias (1943-97); the greatest Bangladeshi fiction writer of the twentieth century. Arunava Sinha…

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Advancing non-destructive and scalable field methods to measure tree carbon storage and sequestration in Indian cities, Joshua Eastman, UG '22 (3957288)

Urban trees in India have the potential to offset significant fractions of local per-capita carbon emissions. This study advances knowledge about India urban trees and citywide scaling approaches to…

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