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LibGuides Working Session #4: Accessibility!

BackgroundIn summer 2022, we will improve our LibGuides presence and verify the list of curated databases, two sub-projects in the Drupal migration. The curated database list will move from Drupal…

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ReMatch Intern - Jasmine Hao

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4.28 Manner (Adab) of Meeting New People

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1.23 Radical Love, Clarity in the Midst of Confusion

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2.4 Eid Khutbah 2016

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E. Allen Lecture Recording_4-11-22

Acting Upon the Literary Work: Revision, History, and Translation of Antonio DiBenedetto's Trilogy of Expectation

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R. Kosinski Lecture Recording_9-27-21

Translating Medieval Texts

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A. Hunter Lecture Recording_10-11-21

Hearing Voices: Narrative Voice, Dialogue, and Character Acting in Literary Translation

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Jazz Chang Memorial Service

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Embodying the Virgin Mary, Christ, and the Nation

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Building a Tool for Chronicling America: Flexibility and Efficiency in Digital Humanities, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (3967151)

Digital humanities is at the interface between humanistic studies and computational power. Hence, when building tools in this space, we need to consider, firstly, the humanities scholar who desires…

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Finding Meaning in Memes, Rachel Myers, UG '22, (3963987)

Internet memes are a rapidly evolving form of communication that typically combines language with other modes of communication to create comparisons. These comparisons may become more appealing…

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Analyzing Racial Bias Trends in the Text of US Legal Opinions, Rohan Jinturkar, UG '23, (3964430)

Racial bias remains pervasive in American society, and there are many instances of such discrimination in the legal system. However, it is unclear if such bias also exists in the text of judge…

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Coffee with ORPA: Demystifying the OPAR and the Enhanced Budget Form (4/26/2022)

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

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300 Years in a Convent, 50 in Hollywood

A walkthrough of an exhibition in the Lewis Arts Complex Colab by the Filipino collective NExSE, followed by a lecture by Filipino curator Patrick Flores (via Zoom) on the art of exile and Filipino…

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