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Systemic Racism and Black Survival: A Black History Story

James M. JonesUniversity of DelawareThis inaugural lecture is grounded in Dr. Jones' training as a social psychologist and his decades of living as a Black man in America, along with a focus on…

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Self-Fashioning and the Black Portrait Tradition

Speaks-Warnock Symposium featuring artist Tokie Rome-Taylor, with panelists: Danielle Bing, Julie McGee, Curtis Small, TK Smith.

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DSPS 2021 Lecture 20 - Neural Networks 1 - history and deep dreams

Zoom Recording ID: 6342477150 UUID: CYhrpQRBT/aBZ78+eqHtDg== Meeting Time: 2021-11-19 07:29:41pm

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Nora Carleson: Nationalism, Eugenics, and the Politics of American Fashion in the Progressive Era

The Progressive Era was a time of social, political, and cultural upheaval. Years of unprecedented immigration and industrialization, the end of Reconstruction and the formation of Jim Crow, growing…

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Future of WECEC

Zoom Recording ID: 95883746039 UUID: uwThiyqBQMeT0dswFWPNrA== Meeting Time: 2021-08-26 04:55:30pm

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Choices: Episode 12 Extra - Meg's Career Story

Here is Meg's career story unedited (it was mostly edited out of the episode to save for time). It's a great story especially for those interested in history, museums, costuming, education,…

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Choices: Episode 12 - Interview with UD Alumni & Staff

In this episode, we interview UD alumni and staff members Meg Hutchins, Lukas Emory, and John Cogan. They each share with us their career journeys (Meg's was a bit long, so we are posting a…

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22S Copenhagen Global Health Internship - Spring Break

Learn about the Spring 2022 Health study abroad program in Copenhagen, Denmark from UD Faculty Director Amy Hagstrom.

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22W Paris, France BISC

Learn about the Winter 2022 Biology study abroad program in Paris, France from UD Faculty Director Christopher Trimby.

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The Politics of Beauty: The Aesthetic Origins of Environmental Politics in Postwar America, Kyle VanHemert

In the mid-1960s, influential Americans flocked to a hot new political issue: man-made ugliness. “Ugly America,” as critics called it at the time, comprised a diverse ensemble of visual…

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The Cross and the Body in Early Medieval England, Rachael Vause

Adornment has often been considered little more than frivolous baubles resting on the surface of the profound and more essential human. Though designed to complement the body, jewelry pieces are…

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Mediating Authority: Representations of the Police in Paris circa 1900, Jordan Hillman

Late-nineteenth century Paris was physically and legislatively shaped by the French state’s desire for public order in the wake of the Franco-Prussian War and Paris Commune, an ambition…

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Pumping Gas: Green Liberalism and the Politics of Energy, Transportation, and Climate Change, 1987-93, Benjamin Wollet

A public debate over energy, transportation, and climate change policies emerged in the United States in the late 1980s and early 1990s. This paper examines the groups that led this debate, including…

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Q&A with a Chemical Engineering Junior

University of Delaware junior, Jackson Burns, shares his experiences as a Chemical Engineering student in the College of Engineering.

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Scholar In The Library - February 17, 2021 - Alison Parker

Scholar In The Library - February 17, 2021 - Alison Parker

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Cultural Resilience After Catastrophe

Promo video for the upcoming Delaware Teachers Institute seminar "Cultural Resilience after Catastrophe" led by Dr. Polly Zavadivker.

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