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Herman Ermolaev, a professor of Slavic languages and literatures, emeritus, and world-renowned scholar of Soviet literature, died Jan. 6. He was 94. [Read More]
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Researchers at Princeton have concluded that sewer plants serving municipalities worldwide offer a major option for capturing carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Although cautioning... [Read More]
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Researchers from Princeton University are developing a computational approach to help clinicians more effectively monitor patients' conditions and make decisions about the best opportunities to... [Read More]
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Gregory Scholes, Princeton's William S. Tod Professor of Chemistry, suspects that the key to plants' efficiency stems from their ability to harness quantum physics, the... [Read More]
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Leading scientist Patricia Falcone speaks with podcast host Margaret Koval about the importance of college mathematics, early research experience and clear communications. [Read More]
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Increased electricity demand and economic growth are among the contributing factors to the rise in carbon emissions of 3.4 percent in the past year. Experts Judi... [Read More]
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"Princeton Dialogues on AI and Ethics" is an interdisciplinary research project that addresses issues of fairness, privacy and accountability regarding the use of artificial intelligence. [Read More]
This course will examine a wide variety of highly imaginative plays for children and teens, focusing on how they work as plays and the challenges... [Read More]
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This course is an invitation to the ethnographic, artistic, and ecological imagination. [Read More]
This course will explore storytelling in a compositional, music-and-sound based form resulting in a final performance by the participants of their own works. [Read More]
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Students will have the chance to immerse themselves in the theater-making process, writing, directing and acting texts that they will devise under Pascal Rambert's guidance.... [Read More]
This advanced screenwriting course will introduce students to the complexity and thought process behind creating a first season for a dramatic TV series. [Read More]
A studio course introducing students to American dance aesthetics and practices, with a focus on how its evolution has been influenced by African American choreographers... [Read More]
Designed for students with minimal dance experience who are curious about contemporary dance techniques and choreography. [Read More]
This introductory survey course gives equal weight to scholarly study and embodied practice, using both approaches to explore a range of hip-hop dance techniques, as... [Read More]
This introductory course gives equal weight to scholarly study and embodied practice, using both approaches to explore the flow, power and cultural contexts of Breaking. [Read More]
and enduringly controversial... [Read More]
This course will largely focus on some Shakespeare's "afterlives" of the past twenty years. [Read More]
We explore McDonagh's extreme imagination, its roots in Irish Gothic, Grand Guignol, the Grimm Brothers, Antonin Artaud and the theatre of the absurd and its... [Read More]
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