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Indigenous Symposium - November 4, 2021

Indigenous Symposium - November 4, 2021

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SPIA - Dean's Dialog Blog

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Naïm Vanthieghem | Paleography & Documentary Hands- Strategies & Resources for Decipherment

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9/11 Remembrance Ceremony - September 11, 2021

Princeton University's 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony - September 11, 2021

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Startwords

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Rematch+ Intern - Molly Cutler

Learning Ambiguous Words Through Active Sampling

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Bloomsday Zoomsday

The Arts Council of Princeton celebrated the lyrical magic of James Joyce’s modernist masterpiece during its first-ever Bloomsday event on June 16, 2021. Denounced at its publication as "a…

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2021 Department of English Class Day Final Edit_20210513

Department of English - Class Day Awards Ceremony

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Victoria Jamieson

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Navigating End of Life Communication in Israel, Amital Haas, UG '21 (2310674)

End of life communication is central to the work of palliative care professionals—yet such communication is hardly easy or straightforward. Drawing upon anthropological research I conducted…

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Pedagogy in the Playhouse: The Role of Hans Krása's Opera Brundibár in Modern Holocaust Education Through the ArtsJulie Levey UG'24 (2263204)

Composed by Hans Krása right before the Holocaust began, the children’s opera Brundibár became a distinctive example of the role of music in concentration camps after much of its…

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Spring 2021 Anschutz Lecture in American Studies

Sylvia Chan Malik, the Spring 2021 Anschutz Distinguished Fellow in American Studies, speaks on “Sacred Struggles: Race, Religion, and the Soul of Ethnic Studies.”

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Coffee with ORPA: Princeton ERA Tips and Tricks 3-18-2021

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Stay Cool with Icelandic - Part 2.mp4

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Stay Cool with Icelandic - Part 1.mp4

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November 18 McGraw Workshop Using Cognitive Science Research to Learn More Efficiently

Experimental research has identified a set of guiding principles of learning that can make students studying more effective and efficient. In this workshop you will learn about these principles…

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