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Graduate Student - Why Slavic

Graduate Students explain Why Slavic.

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Red Power Takeover: Native American Activists, Colonial Landscapes, and the Design of Sovereignty, Angelika E. Joseph, GS (984FB293)

This dissertation argues that the Red Power Movement (1969–1973) was an architectural project for Indigenous sovereignty. Every protest involved the takeover of colonial architecture:…

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De-extinction as a Practical Tool for Conservation: An Ecological and Economic Argument, Sunrit Panda, UG '25 (435397B5)

This paper explores the feasibility and implications of using de-extinction technology as a tool for conservation. De-extinction presents a novel approach to restoring species that have been lost to…

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Evolution to Pollution: Genomic Regulatory Signatures of Selection in Pesticide-Exposed Morelet's Crocodiles from Belize, Yeraldi Loera, GS (7EEC903D)

In an increasingly polluted world, anthropogenic contaminants have become a significant threat to wildlife globally. Entering an organism through water, soil, food, and air, these toxic chemicals…

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Intra-host HIV-1 Evolutionary Dynamics in Antiretroviral Therapy-Experienced People: A Systematic Review of Longitudinal Clinical Studies, Sarah Mirae Choi, UG '24 (F4573D0A)

The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS has aimed for 95% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) to have received their diagnosis, 95% of diagnosed PLHIV to have accessed treatment, and 95% of these…

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Sharon and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies: "Iran in 19th-Century French Literature"

Iran held a unique place in the culture of nineteenth-century France, considered at once part of the Orient and yet elevated above all other Oriental nations. Admiration, identification, and even…

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Sharon and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies: "How Sanctions Work: Iran and the Impact of Economic Warfare"

Sanctions have enormous consequences. Especially when imposed by a country with the economic influence of the United States, sanctions induce clear shockwaves in both the economy and political…

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Jack Thompson '23 (in Brazil) Open House 2024

This video was not presented in open house but was prepared for that event

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Karina Aguilar '20 Open House 2024

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Brandon Dunlevy '21 - Open House 2024

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Carrington Johnson '24 - Open House 2024

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Bradford Seminar: "Designing Effective Environmental and Conservation Policies: The Role of Collective Incentives"

Kathleen Segerson is a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of Connecticut. She is an environmental economist, with a strong interest in collaborative…

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The Department of African American Studies at Princeton University

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Buddhist Practice Theory and Animal Ethics

Abstract: In this talk on Buddhism and animals I depart from the approach taken in the recent book Unfortunate Destiny on animals in Buddhism. I am not going to be analyzing ideological and…

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Fit-for-Purpose Food Waste Valorization

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Danforth Lecture - Jacqueline Stone (11.30.23)

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