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Fall 2020 Course - Black Mirror: Race, Technology, and Justice
An online research tool for the philosopher’s annotations that provides a behind-the-scenes look at his reading practices and the philosophy of deconstruction.
Princeton Ethiopian Miracles of Mary Project
Folklore about How the Virgin Mary Helps Believers in Ethiopian Literature and Art
Princeton Prosody Archive
Compelling users to rethink the past through a collection of historical prosodic works.