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What Does It Mean to Interpret the Constitution?

Do Supreme Court justices really just call balls and strikes, or are the Court’s decisions merely politics by another name? When we read that judges are originalists or favor a living…

From  Julia Schwarz on September 23rd, 2021 0 likes 9 plays

Managing Your Reading Assignments More Effectively & Efficiently

Reading intensive courses like HUM 250 (WOK) at Princeton are quite demanding--requiring you to read and learn from challenging texts in new and different ways. In this workshop learn strategies and…

From  Nic Voge on July 21st, 2021 0 likes 8 plays

2021 ENG Class Day FILM

Department of English Seniors and Faculty share passages that moved them most; part of the Class Day Celebration for the Class of 2021.

From  Kelly Lake on July 14th, 2021 0 likes 13 plays

2021 Department of English Class Day Final Edit_20210513

Department of English - Class Day Awards Ceremony

From  english English Department on May 14th, 2021 0 likes 63 plays

The Old Bailey, U.S. Reports, and OCR: Benchmarking AWS, Azure, and GCP on 360,000 Page Images, William Ughetta, UG '21 (2304637)

Court records spanning the entire eighteenth and nineteenth centuries present a compelling benchmark for leading Optical Character Recognition (OCR) cloud providers on historical documents. The…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2021 1 likes 53 plays

CREMS: Creatures of the Imagination: Visualizing Monsters in the Early Modern Sciences-Trim

A workshop featuring talks by:Surekha Davies: “Life on the Edge: Imaginative Prototyping and Sea Monsters in Early Modern Europe” For early modern European naturalists, the ocean…

From  Barbara Leavey on April 19th, 2021 0 likes 10 plays

Colloquium | "The Virtual Materiality of Texts: Book History during a Pandemic" | Welcome & Panel I

Welcome Nigel Smith (Princeton University) Panel 1 | "Learning and Teaching through the Screen"Moderator: Jin-Woo Choi (Princeton University) Leah Price (Rutgers University) |…

From  Department of History Department on December 1st, 2020 0 likes 161 plays

Colloquium | "The Virtual Materiality of Texts: Book History during a Pandemic" | Panel II & Closing Remarks

Recording of the second panel and closing remarks. Panel II | "Closed Archives, Open Access" • Nigel Smith (Princeton University) | "Scan and Deliver! Archives in the…

From  Department of History Department on December 1st, 2020 0 likes 114 plays