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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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OURSIP Intern - Derek Geng

Object Rearrangement with Computer Vision Advised by: Prof. Jia Deng, Computer Science Beining Han, Computer Science

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Melchior Part 2

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OURSIP Intern- Icey Ai

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DISEMBODIED: Dancing in the Datascape, Molly Bremer, UG '22 and Niara Hightower, UG '22 (2307137)

In the COVID-19 pandemic, we encounter staggering statistics daily. But can disembodied headlines and graphs convey the tragic, human reality behind them? How does data disconnect us from each other…

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SOS_01Feb2020_MChurchill

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