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Evolution by Pesticides, Yeraldi Loera, G1 (3958324)

In an increasingly polluted world, contaminants have become a significant threat to biological homeostasis and may be eliciting rapid evolutionary responses in exposed wildlife populations. In 1980,…

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Chinese Goldminers and the Chinese Question

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Black Maternal Mortality and Morbidity: An Urgent Crisis, Abyssinia Lissanu, GS (2305516)

While childbirth and pregnancy have become much safer for U.S. women on average, this does not hold true for all racial and ethnic groups. I focus on Black American women, who experience…

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Princeton Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment- The Geography of the Post-Pandemic City November 6 2020

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Princeton Public Lecture: Through the Past Darkly

David Autor Ford Professor, MIT Department of Economics in Conversation with Anne Case Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Emeritus

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Session 3 | Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health

Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of HealthSession 3 | Battling Epidemics: Historian/Heath Care Practitioners Reflect on their Experiences on the Front…

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COVID-19 Public Health & THE ECONOMY IN THE GULF STATES

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Oil, Labor and the Making of the Iranian Revolution

Just as sugar defined the 18th century, and cotton and coal the 19th century, oil has been the defining commodity of the 20th century. Its historical, as well as its contemporary role in forging…

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“When the Africans Hid Themselves”: The 1857 Strike in Bahia

The 2020 Stanley J. Stein Lecture A Brazil LAB event with João José Reis and Isadora Moura Mota. João José Reis is a Professor of History at the Federal University of…

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A Conversation with Naomi Klein and Ashley Dawson

A Conversation with Naomi Klein and Ashley Dawson Princeton University December 11, 2018

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An Afternoon of Folk Music with Robby George and Friends - Part II

Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director, James Madison Program, Princeton University, and friends

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Logistical Monstrosities: Megaships, Megaports, and Infrastructures of Violence along the transPacific Supply Chain - Charmaine Chua

Logistical Monstrosities: Megaships, Megaports, and Infrastructures of Violence along the transPacific Supply Chain Speaker: Charmaine Chua, introduced by Laurel Mei-Singh Princeton…

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