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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Libraries as Design Ecology"

In an age when public institutions are under threat, what might we learn about them, and what forms of resistance might we cultivate, by recognizing them as design ecologies that embody and affect…

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The Blue Qur'an - brief overview from Hidden Stories

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SSII Intern: Vitus Larrieu '26

Follow Vitus Larrieu along on his day in his summer internship with Pensacola MESS Hall. Vitus has been able to serve his community and learn more about the world of education and…

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Friends of PUL Small Talk: Molly Manning "When Books Went to War"

During World War II, while Nazis were banning books and issuing rampant propaganda, the U.S. countered by sending millions of books to American troops in the field. These pocket-sized paperbacks, as…

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20240111_Events101_Restaurant Associates

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The Gutenberg Bible

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Introduction to Zoroastrian Manuscripts

This short introduction to Zoroastrian manuscripts will briefly touch on the origins of the Zoroastrian religion, as well as key texts and languages associated with it.

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How to Save the Humanities: Re-Centering the Historical Record

Friends of Princeton University Library 2023 Fall Dinner After-dinner speaker: Michael F. Suarez, S.J., Director, Rare Book School

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Penn Library's LJS 57 - Astronomical anthology (Video Orientation)

Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 57 - Astronomical anthology. A collection of astronomical texts, including a copy of a treatise on the calendar originally…

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2023 Gillett G. Griffin Memorial Lecture featuring Antonio Martorell

For the 2023 Gillett G. Griffin Memorial Lecture, artist, painter, graphic designer, set designer, illustrator, and writer, Antonio Martorell discusses artworks in response to the ills of colonial…

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How to "Open Science"

We hear a lot about how open science or the practice of making research products and processes available to all, is a good thing! But how do we actually do 'Open Science'? Join Open…

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Notes Toward The Media - Gibberish

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2023 Service Recognition Luncheon

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FPUL Small Talk with Adam Hochschild - Sep 6, 2023

The Friends of Princeton University Library welcome award-winning author and legendary historian Adam Hochschild, who gives an illustrated lecture based on his latest book, “American Midnight:…

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Community resources - Chair: Olivier Vallon

Moving Chlamydomonas from the Lab into Industry and the Dining Room - Travis J MuffTransposable elements of Chlamydomonas: their diversity, genomic landscape and laboratory activity - Rory J.…

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Shouts & Murmurs: A Gendered Study of Sonic Suspensions in the 19th Century Novel, Clara McWeeny, UG '25 (2770242)

When considering moments of auditory focus in the 19th century novel, rarely does one stop to consider the sonic attention paid to instances of direct speech. Readers instead find their preoccupation…

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