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Cole Morokhovich at the American Museum of Natural History
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Cole Morokhovich at the American Museum of Natural History

The Ivy League I’m Cole Morokhovich. I go to Princeton University on the men’s soccer team there, and I play as a left back. Right now, we are at the American Museum of Natural History in New York at a

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Ogden: Julia Gillard “Asian Century”
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Ogden: Julia Gillard “Asian Century”

Good evening, and welcome to the 90th Stephen A. Ogden class of 1960 memorial lecture on international affairs. The Ogden Lecture is one of Brown University’s oldest and most distinguished lectures. Since the first Ogden Lecture in 1965, the university

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Currents & Commodities: How Oceanographic Effects Influenced the Prehistoric Colonization of Islands
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Currents & Commodities: How Oceanographic Effects Influenced the Prehistoric Colonization of Islands

Good evening. I thank you all for joining us for another lecture from the Graduate International Colloquium Series, “Before Mare Nostrum Redividiuum– –you know, it went fancy with the Latin– “The Place of Islands in the Mediterranean”– which is a

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Urban Policy in the 21st Century: Desperate Times, Desperate Measures? | Janus Forum Series
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Urban Policy in the 21st Century: Desperate Times, Desperate Measures? | Janus Forum Series

DAN DOMINGO: Good afternoon. Thank you for attending this evening’s Janus forum sponsored by the Political Theory Project here at Brown University. My name is Dan Domingo. I’m the associate director at the PTP, and I’ll serve as tonight’s master

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The Rise of China: Past, Present and Future
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The Rise of China: Past, Present and Future

RICK LOCKE: Hi, everyone. It’s really wonderful to see you all here. My name is Rick Locke. I am a professor of political science and international and public affairs, and I currently serve as provost. And it’s really wonderful to

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“Pamphlet Wars: Arguments on Paper in an Age of Revolutions” Roundtable
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“Pamphlet Wars: Arguments on Paper in an Age of Revolutions” Roundtable

The John Carter Brown Library, as many of you know, never wants to be conspicuous for anything other than excelling in its role as the premier repository and research c center for the History of the Americas in the world.

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Interrupt V: Jackie Wang
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Interrupt V: Jackie Wang

[LAUGHTER] THEADORA WALSH: OK, so we can’t say anything. [LAUGHS] [INTERPOSING VOICES] THEADORA WALSH: OK. [INTERPOSING VOICES] [LAUGHTER] AUDIENCE: Aw. THEADORA WALSH: [INAUDIBLE] It’s fine. [LAUGHTER] THEADORA WALSH: We should acknowledge, in the introduction, that Interrupt is an experiment in

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Na’ilah Suad Nasir, “The Culture of Educational Inequality”
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Na’ilah Suad Nasir, “The Culture of Educational Inequality”

The title of my talk today is the Culture of Educational Inequality. And I’m going to talk both about how I theorize educational inequality with respect to race, as well as how race operates to reproduce racial inequality within schools.

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Nathan D. B. Connolly on White Supremacy and the American City
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Nathan D. B. Connolly on White Supremacy and the American City

NATHAN DB CONNOLLY: At today’s talk, I’m going to, in some ways, build, for those who aren’t familiar with the first book, some inroads to have you become familiar with the kind of work that I do. For those who

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