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Documenting Violence: Surveying Haitian Perspectives and Experiences Amidst Governance Turmoil and Escalating Gang Violence, Gil Sander Joseph, UG '25 (716B9055)

Haiti is going through a particularly tumultuous period in its recent history marked by a complex governance crisis and the expansion of geographic and political control of gangs over Haitian…

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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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What Does It Say? Post-OCR Correction with OpenAI’s GPT Models, James Zhang, UG '25 (218B610D)

The digitization of historical documents is crucial for preserving and providing access to our humanity—our history, our culture, and our lessons. Yet, the process continues to face unresolved…

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QuaLLM: An LLM-based Framework to Extract Quantitative Insights from Online Forums, Varun Rao, GS (2A506948)

Online discussion forums provide crucial data to understand the concerns of a wide range of real-world communities. However, the typical qualitative and quantitative methods used to analyze those…

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Language-Driven Video Editing Agents: Unlocking Creative Potential Through Human-AI Collaboration, Christine Sun, UG '24 (9A6CF9F3)

Despite the importance of video as a medium for communication, video editing is a skill with a high barrier to entry. To democratize access to content creation, we introduce the Video Editing and…

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Faber Lecture (2024) - Kurt Smolak - "Flentem Dicere Verum" On non-satirical Latin Satires

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Sisters and Siblinghood in Arabic Letters on Papyrus | Celia Palombo | March 6

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Curator Conversation A Most Unusual Qur an

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The Making of a Kammavācā Manuscript from Myanmar-D6tFC63oCnQ-1080pp-1712672938

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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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Curator Conversation: A Most Unusual Qur an

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A Qur an from Harar Ethiopia brief overview from Hidden Stories

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Introduction to Early Islamic Coins

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Introduction to Zoroastrian Manuscripts

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Exploring Medieval Jewish Art and Life through a Fifteenth-Century Italian Manuscript

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