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TS19December2022_DSchaffner

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Bradford Seminar: "Model Migration as adaption. Experience with MIDAS framework. Thoughts on capturing things that haven't happened yet"

gent-based modeling – in which system-level outcomes emerge from interactions among individuals and their environment – can provide unique insights in the study of livelihoods…

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CITP Special Event: Bringing Transparency to Digital Political Campaigns Symposium - AM Session

With every election cycle, political campaigns become more and more reliant on online platforms to target voters. Yet, regulatory measures for campaigns have not kept pace with the rapid…

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The Future of Global Digital Governance

The digital domain is fast emerging as a new landscape of global competition and conflict. The benefits of digitization have been immense, but so have the harms — rampant disinformation,…

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Human Morality in the Digital Age: A Conversation with Molly Crockett

Associate Professor of Psychology Molly Crockett studies how people learn and make decisions in social situations. Their lab's recent work focuses on moral cognition -- how people decide whether…

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TS21November2022_MAbler

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Global Existential Challenges: Development and Precarity in Times of Global Crisis

Global Existential Challenges Development and Precarity in Times of Global Crisis Speakers: Miguel Centeno, Musgrave Professor of Sociology. Professor of Sociology and Princeton School of Public and…

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A.I. and the Future of Religion: A Conversation with Beth Singler

Beth Singler is Assistant Professor in Digital Religion(s) at the University of Zurich in the Faculty of Theology. She explores the social, ethical, philosophical, and religious implications of…

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Mellon Forum Race, Empire, Environment: "Racial and Spatial Justice in Urban Planning"

This talk explores the ways in which religious beliefs and spiritual practices of urban communities manifest themselves in the built environment, and how these manifestations are contested or managed…

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Urban Greening and the Off-Modern - Maria Taylor

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Work, Pray, Code - A Conversation with Carolyn Chen

Carolyn Chen's Work Pray Code reveals how tech giants are reshaping spirituality to serve their religion of peak productivity. Silicon Valley is known for its lavish perks, intense work culture,…

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2022 Andlinger Annual Conference PM Session 2

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Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment/Race Empire Environment "Of Milk, Blood, and Bones: Brazil's Colonial and Postcolonial Plantation "Big House"

Gilberto Freyre's influential book Casa Grande e Senzala [The Masters and the Slaves] (1933) has been an international reference in Brazil's historical racial relations. In this equally…

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10.4.22 Mellon Forum

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CITP Seminar- Katrina Ligett - Data Privacy is Important, but it’s not Enough

Our current data ecosystem leaves individuals, groups, and society vulnerable to a wide range of harms, ranging from privacy violations to subversion of autonomy to discrimination to erosion of…

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4.4.22 NES Seminar Series "The Complete Book of Siraj al-Din al-Sakkaki"

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