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Faculty - Why Slavic

Faculty explain Why Slavic.

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David Danced: Christianity and Music in the Medieval World

This video discusses the relationship between Christianity and music in the medieval world. This is both in terms of depictions of music in scripture and related texts as well as the usage of music…

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The Renaissance of the 12th Century: An Introduction

This video briefly introduces the causes, developments, prominent figures, and historiography of the 12th-century renaissance. In particular, the video highlights the contributions of Adelard of…

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What Does It Say? Post-OCR Correction with OpenAI’s GPT Models, James Zhang, UG '25 (218B610D)

The digitization of historical documents is crucial for preserving and providing access to our humanity—our history, our culture, and our lessons. Yet, the process continues to face unresolved…

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Chinua Achebe Symposium and 10th Anniversary Memorial Celebration

The symposium on September 30, with an international cast of senior and emerging scholars, marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of Achebe’s blistering political treatise The Trouble…

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Trenton's Stacy Park - From Urban Renewal to Community Reinvestment; Austin J. Edwards, Esq., GS (4088143)

Once a beautiful green park space connecting Trenton residents to the Delaware River, former Stacy Park became a six-lane highway during the 1960’s period of “urban renewal” even…

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1.38 Khutbah - Competing for Good Works

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1.34 Spiritual Olympics

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Screentime Rough Cut 1

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Hating Lincoln in the Progressive Era, Bethany Villaruz, UG '24 (3963387)

Edgar Lee Masters is known for creating one of the first—and most aggressive—anti-Lincoln biographies of all time: Lincoln: The Man. This paper explores Masters’ motivation for…

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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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Does the Reader Make the Book? The Reception of Ibn Ṭūlūn’s Autograph Manuscripts (16th-20th Centuries)

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Opening remarks - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Joe Stephens, director of the Program in Journalism and Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence, delivers opening remarks to start the program's 2021 Senior Colloquium.

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"Weird Romance": Adaptation Error and the Science Fiction Musical, Violet Gautreau UG '22 (2312495)

This paper analyzes how James Tiptree, Jr’s science fiction novella “The Girl Who Was Plugged In” (1974) was adapted for the musical theatre stage. Reviewers unanimously attacked…

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2021 Sophomore Open House_Final

English Department 2021 Sophomore Virtual Open House

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Power and Paint: The Patronage of Women Artists at the Court of Catherine II

Catherine the Great’s passion for the arts served a vital role in her efforts to position herself as a paragon of the Enlightenment. With avaricious focus she snaffled celebrated art…

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