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PLI Symposium: Full

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PLI Symposium 2024: Jonathan Mummolo

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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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Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center: "The Incarcerated Modern: Prisons and Public Life in Iran"

Iran's prison system is a foundational institution of Iranian political modernity. The Incarcerated Modern traces the transformation of Iran from a decentralized empire with few imprisoned…

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PIIRS Global Existential Challenges - Crime and Punishment (2.08.24)

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EHS-Emergency Prepardness Seminar (10.19.2023)

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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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Global Existential Challenges The Art of Domination and Resistance

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CITP Seminar: Brooke Foucault Welles - #HashtagActivism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice

The proliferation of social media has given rise to widespread study and speculation about the impact of digital technologies on politics, activism, and social change. Key among these debates is…

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Q&A - Current Free Speech Controversies - A Discussion with Nadine Strossen

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Motivated Reasoning: facts do care about your feelings, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (3939095)

With America divided as ever, people from state governments to households have asked themselves: "Why can’t we change their minds?" In FRS 193: Belief and Ideology, I researched why…

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The Augmented Undercommons and The Path to The Sun: An Exploration of Liberatory Technology and other Revolutionary Tools, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (3963813)

Gunshot-detecting microphones, killer drones and baby fingerprint scanners all exist to convince citizens that they are necessary developments for a safe society. Yet, Black technologists and…

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Why Thomas Sowell Matters

A discussion with Jason Riley on Thomas Sowell and why his writings—on everything from school choice and affirmative action to economic inequality and social justice—continue to be…

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INNAS Lecture Job Talk

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The Evolution of Repressive Policing in Algeria.

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Lusophone Studies 2022.02.24

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