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Mellon Forum // Practicing Palimpsestry: Archives, Counter-mapping, and Spatial Storytelling

School of Architecture and Zoom

We examine the spatial-socio-ecological processes that have shaped the Seattle urban landscape, the ways that people have used and interpreted this landscape, and how these spatial narratives can further contextualize understandings of our relationship between history, place, and contemporary urban development and environmental decision making. This has been carried out through various interventions that provide […]

The role of demonstratives across languages

1-S-5 Green Hall 1-S-5 Green Hall, Princeton

Many traditional assumptions about demonstratives such as 'that' and 'those' and how they differ from definites like 'the' have been reevaluated in the recent semantic literature against cross-linguistic data. Taking one of the analyses for demonstratives under which they are definite descriptions with an additional restriction, this talk focuses on the question of what this […]

The Seed Keeper

Princeton Public Library and Livestream

Diane Wilson (Dakota) is a writer, speaker and educator who has published two award-winning books as well as essays in numerous publications. Her new novel, "The Seed Keeper," was published by Milkweed Editions in 2021. A haunting novel spanning several generations, The Seed Keeper follows a Dakota family’s struggle to preserve their way of life and […]

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