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"'An Image To Lighten The Soul's Heaviness:' Reflections On Portraiture And Longing In Classical Antiquity"

The concepts of ekphrasis and mimesis have prominently found their way into art historical methodologies that span subdisciplines of the field, generating interpretive models and sitting at the…

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The Russian Invasion- A Roundtable Discussion with Visiting Scholars from Ukraine

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Options for Processing Big Data in the Social Sciences and Humanities

Workshop Links: https://researchcomputing.princeton.edu/support/knowledge-base/connect-web https://researchcomputing.princeton.edu/support/knowledge-base/ondemand-portal…

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5.17 Loving the Prophet and loving his Sunnah

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OURSIP Intern - Kyle Ayisi

Event Segmentation and Hidden Markov Models Mentors: Prof. Ken Norman, Neuroscience Jamal Williams, Neuroscience

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OURSIP Intern - Lenca Cuturela

Different behavioral strategies in rats during an auditory working memory task Mentors: Dr. Carlos Brody, PNI Jess Breda, Neuroscience

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Jazz Chang Memorial Service

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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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What's next after the End of Moore's Law, Marcelo Orenes Vera, G3 (3964916)

Moore's law is a prediction made by the president of Intel in 1965, Gordon Moore, who predicted that the number of transistors per circuit would double every 18 to 24 months. This trend was a…

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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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How sensory and memory information are encoded in the brain, Kamron Soldozy, UG '22 (3965318)

Imagine trying to catch a ball. Combining the position of the ball now with where it was a moment ago allows you to make a prediction of where the ball will be, a crucial piece of information for a…

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SmartCookie: Distributed In-Network SYN Flooding Mitigation, Sophia Yoo, G2 (3938706)

SYN-flooding attacks, a pervasive class of DDoS attacks, target the TCP three-way handshake to exhaust server resources, leading to poor performance for legitimate clients. In this work, we present…

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Princeton Mellon Forum III- Reframing Repair

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3-31-2022 Naming the Nameless Ana Lucia Araujo

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Shuwen Deng 03.21.2022 Job Talk P.1

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Getting Started with the Research Computing Clusters

This workshop introduces the research computing ecosystem at Princeton: the computing clusters (Nobel, Adroit, Della, Stellar, Tiger, and Traverse), the storage systems available, and the data…

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