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“They Opened Our Eyes”: Armed Groups’ Influence on Civilian Political Beliefs in Rural Antioquia, Colombia

3rd Floor Atrium, Aaron Burr Princeton

What are the effects of armed group governance on civilian political beliefs? How does long-term interaction with armed groups that challenge the prevailing political order change the ways that civilians understand the political world? To address these questions, Daniel Hirschel-Burns' paper draws ethnographic evidence from four months of on-site fieldwork in an Antioquian municipality that […]

Technocracy and Porcelain Manufacture at Early to Mid Qing Court (1720s-1750s)

202 Jones Hall

In this talk, Dr. Kai Jun Chen, will examine the imperial control of technological expertise in the Qing Dynasty. Through a detailed study of porcelain manufacture during the mid-eighteenth century, the project rethinks early modern industrial planning in China in dialog with the studies of expert culture in the early modern world. By examining the […]

[RESCHEDULED for 2/14] Performance, Policy, and Pedagogy: A Conversation About Arts Education

Taplin Auditorium Princeton

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Trenton Arts at Princeton, we are convening four thought leaders for a wide-ranging conversation about the state of arts education: Anne Fitzgibbon *98, founder and executive director of the Harmony Program; Baffour Osei, manager of Princeton's robotics lab; Anna Yu Wang, assistant professor of music at Princeton; and Elizabeth […]

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