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Trust In Reconciliation: How Political Violence Affects Institutional Trust, Rooya Rahin, UG '23 (3963731)

Nearly three decades after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), it is still considered by most scholars to be the most successful case of a truth commission, as well as the…

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Leaving the life: Exiting a violent social network amidst changing gang landscapes, Megan Kang, G2 (3957014)

Leaving the life of the streets involves personal and social considerations. This paper explores the social dynamics of desistance from crime – what it means to leave behind one’s gang as…

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Do Assault Weapons Bans Really Save Lives: Moving Beyond Politics, Jacob Alayof, UG '23 (3958044)

I examine the real-world efficacy of an assault weapons ban. This is achieved through a difference-in-differences model that uses the variation of legislation between states as a natural experiment.…

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Caught in the Crossfire: A Mixed Methods Analysis of the Impact of Violent Conflict on Maternal Health Care Utilization in Pakistan, Amina Ahmad, UG '22 (3957523)

For my senior thesis, I examined the impact of violent conflict on maternal healthcare utilization in Pakistan using a mixed-methods approach. For the quantitative analysis, I spatially merged…

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An Anthropologist And His Interlocutors: Law, Intimacy, and Psychoanalysis in the Political Anthropology of John Borneman

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J. Edward Farnum Lecture "On Freedom" Maggie Nelson and Gayle Salamon

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How Should International Society Address Questions of Self-Determination?

Questions of self-determination are ever-present within the world order created by the United Nations and, if anything, they seem to be increasingly present, creating a difficult test for the…

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INNAS Lecture Job Talk

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The Evolution of Repressive Policing in Algeria.

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TRI Talk: The Apocalypse and the End of History: Modern Jihad and the Crisis of Liberalism"

On October 26, please join Suzanne Schneider for a discussion of her new book, The Apocalypse and the End of History: Modern Jihad and the Crisis of Liberalism, which delves into the politics and the…

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A Side Unseen: Why Structural Violence Demands Visualization, Lauren McGrath, UG '21 (2295755)

Structural violence harms individuals’ health; however, this connection is not broadly recognized in society because the relationships which constitute structural violence are invisible. This…

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Mellon Forum: Environmental Exploitation // Indigenous Resistance April 14 2021

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Protest, Political Violence, and Inequality

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Black Women and American Democracy panel March 31, 2021

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Princeton's Pandemic Research and Solutions: Spotlight on Several Princeton-Funded COVID-19 Research Projects

This session was part of Engage 2020, Princeton University's new innovation and entrepreneurship conference. Collaborating with the Office of the Dean for Research, this panel discussion will…

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Princeton Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment- Black Women and the Land Grab - March 24, 2021

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