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Princeton in a Pin[ch]: How Worn Labels Promote Inclusion and Exemplify Exclusion at Elite Institutions, Alyssa Lloyd, UG '26 (B9A1DFFF)

Inspired by her run-in with a peculiar button while working reunions this past summer, Alyssa Lloyd, a member of the Class of 2026, explores illusive memorabilia worn by Princetonians over the years…

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FPUL Small Talk Jan 2024 Christie Henry "The Evolution of the Reader"

The Friends of PUL host Christie Henry, Director of Princeton University Press, for an insightful discussion around “The Evolution of the Reader.” The book has been described as one of…

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USPS First Day of Issue - Toni Morrison Stamp Ceremony

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ReMatch Intern - Yuri Yu

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Constructing the Self -- Shin Yu Pai and Confessional Poetry, Grace Tan, UG '23 (3962767)

I posit that Shin Yu Pai's poetry on Asian American stories and mementos are not merely commemoration/memorialization, but further engage with the challenge of constructing an identity of the…

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Everything You Want to Know About Moving from Dissertation to Book

Come learn what distinguishes a dissertation from a book manuscript, what editors are looking for in book proposals, what to expect from the process, how to think about the market/readership for…

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Does the Reader Make the Book? The Reception of Ibn Ṭūlūn’s Autograph Manuscripts (16th-20th Centuries)

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30 Great Myths About Jane Austen' with Claudia Johnson and Clara Tuite

Was Jane Austen the best-selling novelist of her time? Are all her novels romances? Did they depict the traditional world of the aristocracy? Is Austen’s writing easy to understand? Well into…

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Victoria Jamieson

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Karolen Eid - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Karolen Eid '21 presents her certificate project, "Staying Afloat: The Future of Funding for Local Journalism," during the Program in Journalism's third annual Senior Colloquium. …

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Jack Allen - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Jack Allen '21 presents his certificate project "'We're saying we're going to be closer to you': How Newsrooms are Turning to Email to Connect with Readers," during…

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OURSIP Intern - Arjun Guthal

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Understanding Molecular Mechanisms of Breast Cancer Metastasis: Investigation of YTH Domain Proteins

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ARTS MANAGEMENT: Kelvin Dinkins, Jr. '09 - Assistant Dean, Yale School of Drama; General Manager, Yale Repertory Theatre - Memorable Moments in the English Dept.

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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Pitching a Story

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The Dick and Jane Study-Liz Hagen CLIP

Liz Hagen describes the study she spearheaded that looked at gender stereotyping in books for young children learning to read. As told to Richard Anderson.

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